Sunday, 24 March 2013

Spring Nails - Nude Hues

Nude nails seem to be everywhere at the moment with new launches from Estee Lauder and Revlon that seem to be filling my bloglovin' feed. In a bid to save the pennies I decided to have a delve into my stash and see whether I really needed another nude polish. I can safely say I don't think I will be needing another nude polish for quite some time yet.
I will start with the darker shades I have, so from left to right there is 

Jermyn Street which I actually had two of, so if anyone knows anywhere I can send one of these please let me know. I don't know how I ended up with two but lets not tell my boyfriend. You can still get this shade from

Next I have a freebie from Instyle magazine I don't know when this was out but I am guessing 2010/11 it doesn't have any name (which I find very annoying) I am starting to feel a bit sorry for this, not only does it not have a name but I am pretty sure I have never worn it.

Kensington Gate which is another shade I haven't tried and seemed to be a QVC exclusive shade which I got last May

Porchester Square is a 'hero shade' according to Nails Inc and I know Anna from loves the shade. I have actually worn this and you can read my post here
Onto the lighter shades I have

Exeter Street which is an interesting shade, in some lights it looks a few shades darker than my skin tone in other lights it looks very lilac. This doesn't seem to be available on the Nails Inc website which is a shame as its gorgeous.

Basil Street I have done a full post about this which you can read here I still love this polish. It is definitely in my top three polishes of all time.

Lower Sloane Street is another of my top three polishes its very similar to Basil Street again I have posted about this here

Kate was a limited edition shade to celebrate the Royal wedding I have not used this as it was a lot paler then I expected. I will say I love the crystal cap bar the number that have fallen off.

Fitzrovia another polish was remains unused in my collection. I never knew how many unused polishes I had until preparing for this post.

What nude nails will you be sporting this spring?