I thought I'd try the new nail wear range now that Mark has been launched. I went for Spiked Punch which is a coral type colour. The nail varnish went on really well, I had two coats and I love it, it feels soft to touch and it looks lovely and smooth. I think I'll be treating myself to a few more shades.
For ages I lived with dry, damaged cuticles and dull nails that, however much I cared for them, seemed to lack strength or smoothness. When I saw the new cuticle conditioner advertised alongside the length and prep serum, I was doubtful. Just another sales con, probably just some watered down formula in a pretty bottle, I thought. However, avon's products are generally good quality, and after curiosity got the better of me, I bought both for a total of £6 in the sale. The first thing I did when I unpacked both items from my delivery was to file my nails down and add a bit of hand cream to my thirsty palms. Then I applied some of the pink bottled serum, which is supposed to help nail strength and growth. Let me tell you, I does just that! Obviously the first time I saw little difference, but after around four applications over two weeks, my nails definitely felt stronger, looked smoother and grew quickly. (I have just one con to this product, and that's the applicator: the sponge on the end wears down if you massage the product in too much, so that you're left with a hard plastic end. To avoid this, simply use the tool to transfer the serum from bottle to nails, then use a corner of tissue or a clean finger to massage it in.) I was more hesitant with the blue cuticle conditioner, which I thought might colour my nails or leave them unnaturally shiny, however I massaged it into the cuticles and it dried within no time, leaving them looking softer and less dull. I never really thought about giving my cuticles their own conditioner, but I'm glad do now I will be buying both products again, as they last for a good while and are packed with benefits and the key to healthy, beautiful nails.
Below L-R: Lavender Sky, Moondust, Rain Washed, Nudeitude, Barely There (all crèmes) B elow L-R: Purplicious, Mauvelous, Very Berry, Parfait Pink (shimmer), Wine And Dine Me Below L-R: Citronized, Mint To Be, Emerald City, Sapphired Up, Charcoal Smoke (all crèmes ) L-R: Dazzle Pink (Shimmer), Orange You Crazy, Firecracker, Fabulous, Red Velvet (Shimmer) Now, which to try on first......
This is Starburst from the Avon Nailwear Pro+ range. A cheeky raspberry shade. I got this luscious pink beauty from Avon Brochure 1, 2017 as a set of 3 with Galaxy & Midnight for £6 - that's £2 a bottle!! Nice formulation, decent brush and easy to apply. A lovely juicy berry shade.
Has Avon looked into doing supplies for these nails? I recently purchased the mirror powders and UV varnishes and lamp and after watching a few you tube tutorials I ended up with something that I have tested out over the last couple of days and and seriously impressed with. I can honestly say these nails are far better than shellac and any other nail varnishes I have ever used and the attention my nails have had is amazing. People want to buy this stuff. There is a huge market for it. Will Avon be bringing out their own range? I really really hope so
My latest design using polishes by Avon 💙💙💙 I am somewhat in love with every polish you guys come out with - although my favourite ever Avon polish is about to run out and it's discontinued and no one else is selling it anywhere!!!! 💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔 Inky Blue (which personally I always believed should be named Tardis Blue), I will mourn you and bury the bottle in my back yard 😭 Go to www.rainbowjojonails.com to keep up with me and see my facourite product of the week (will usually be by Avon hahaha!), or check out my insta @rainbowjojonails to see my newest designs first 😘
Hi Nailwear fans..
How lovely are these? I love anything related to my Birthday so was excited when I got a first look of these this week!
The colours are:
January - Garnet Red
February - Amethyst Purple
March - Aquamarine Blue
April - Diamond Clear
May - Emerald Green
June - Pearl Pink
July - Ruby Red
August - Peridot Green
September - Sapphire Blue
October - Opal Cream
November - Citrine Orange
December - Topaz Blue
The party season is upon us, I've already had my work's Christmas Party last week, so let me share with you Avon Magic Effects Diamond Shatter (was Opal Top Coat when I purchased it) which is perfect for festive celebrations. A clear base crammed with iridescent chunky flakie particles, you need to apply with a dabbing technique rather than stroking and build up as much or little as you like. Although it's a top coat I sealed with a fast drying top coat. It certainly gives a magical effect over all base colours, I used a black base and the myriad of colours, shapes & sparkles is a-ma-zing!! It's currently in Brochure 18 and is definitely a diamond and something special to keep in your collection.
So here's my stash, there's probably about 800 and it's ever growing - I can't help help it, I love nail polish! And of course my collection includes many Avon Nail Polishes. Take a look at my addiction........
As someone who types for a living, I always have problems with my nail polish lasting. I applied the Rose Gold Nail Enamel and used the 5-in-1 treatment as a base and top coat. And I'm very pleased to say that after 6 days, the polish has only just started to chip at the tip of my nails. Usually bu this time, half othe polish would have chipped away and I would have to have reapplied it after 3 days. The Rose Gold polish applied really well, with no streaks and you get good coverage with 2 coats. I will definitely be re-ordering.
Avon Magic Effects Nail Polish named 'Eclipse' with a black base with a touch of holo loveliness - OMG wow wee! And if that's not enough it only cost me £2 from the Avon Sale Brochure back in July. The reason I'm sharing this is because it makes an appearance in Brochure 18's sale leaflet, again for only £2. This is a gem of a polish. In sunlight and certain lighting the rainbow holographic particles are mesmerising. Full coverage with 2 coats, 10ml bottle.
Hello Nailwear fans!
I love this look and it's so easy, I've had so many compliments even people thinking I had false nails on! Here's how I did it in 2 easy steps
Paint your nails all over in Starry Sky..
Then carefully as if you're painting to the edge just paint down to the half moon shape on your nail. it looks tricky but it's surprisingly easy! Give it a try and let us see your pics!
Oh yes...how excited am I about these gorgeous shades plus they are actually good for your nails too!
The shades below are restoring beige, caring creme, lilac love, and perfect pink!
Which ones will you be trying?
Ohhhh I love a new shade of Gel Shine and the new Autumn collection does not disappoint!
The colours are left to right..Jaded Sky, Top Coat, Pined Perfection, Rouged Cider, Maralady and Stonewashed
And why not have some Autumn fun! I've added some falling leaves..which Colour is your fave? x
WOOHOO!! I'm back from the States!! Which means back to nail art <3 I have started my own website and will soon be starting a nail art channel on YouTube, and none of this would have happened if I hadn't discovered AVON <3This entire design was done with polishes by avon! Check out www.rainbowjojonails.com to see Avon's Top Coat featured as my favorite product of the week! Also check out my instagram @rainbowjojonails - thankyou for all your support guys