Maggie Anne nail polish

By on August 9, 2016 in Press Sample , Reviews , Swatches

Maggie Anne nail polish is a new 6 free gel-look polish with 26 colours to choose from. Today, I am showing you two of them.

Maggie Anne Amy

Amy is a plum polish with creme finish. On the swatches I am wearing two coats with no top coat.

The polish came with a nice fat brush making the application very smooth. The formula was lovely and smooth and opaque in just two coats. The polish also dried relevantly fast and had a beautiful glossy finish.

Maggie Anne nail polish (4)

Maggie Anne nail polish (3)

Maggie Anne nail polish (5)

Maggie Anne Tansy

Tansy is a deep blue polish full of blue and purple shimmer. On the swatches I am wearing two coats with no top coat.

Tansy had a slightly thicker formula than Amy, but was still easy to apply and dried into a glossy finish.

Maggie Anne nail polish (1)

Maggie Anne nail polish (6)

Maggie Anne nail polish (7)

Maggie Anne Lemon & Lime nail polish remover

Lemon & Lime polish remover has a very strong scent of lemon/lime, almost too strong, was my initial thought, but afterwards I quite liked the lemony smell on my nails.

Maggie Anne nail polish (2)

Overall I’d say that the quality of the polishes was excellent, but the price a bit steep being £10.50 per 11ml bottle.

The good news is that there is a discount code ‘BLOGGER’ that ill give you 20% off :)

You can purchase Maggie Anne nail polish at  www.maggieanne.co.uk

Thanks for reading xxx

*PRESS SAMPLE


1 Comment

Vicky

August 9, 2016 @ 21:57

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Wow these swatches are amazing. The colours are very pretty but you make them look like a million bucks!

Vicky xx

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