2013 is set to be another big year for textured nails, and the latest trend is the unusual leather look. Nails Inc. has unveiled new Leather Effect and Bling It On collections for March 2013.
Inspired by the SS13 trend for texture and leather, Nails Inc have created a leather-effect polish. This seems to be the year of innovation when it comes to nail polish formulas. Proof that their ideas worked is the waiting list that's been constantly increasing since the unveiling of this fabulous, leather effect nail colour collection.
The Leather Effect polishes, priced at £12 each, are available in three shades: Shoreditch Lane (mulberry), Soho Mews (tan), and Noho (black). The leather effect polish goes on like a standard polish, but when it dries, turns to the effect of leather without the need for a top coat.
It didn't take long for fashionistas to give into temptation as style icons such as Alexa Chung opted for Nails Inc black leather nails (at the British Fashion Awards 2012), which only proves that this fabulous nail polish collection is as versatile as it is beautiful.
The kit includes a 10ml bottle of Leather Effect polish, four skull embellishments (silver or gold), a 3g bottle of nail glue and nail glue/orange stick for application – everything one needs to create gorgeous, stand-out nails!
If leather-effect nails is a trend one is eager to try, then they should head for nail courses! However, if one is looking for other techniques to improve and elaborate their look, they should sign up for beauty courses and also make up courses to learn more on DIY beauty essentials.
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