Limited edition Spring/Summer 2014 Liz Earle Strengthening Nail Colours

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Said to be inspired by the classic French Manicure, the wonderful people at Liz Earle are introducing two new limited edition shades in April 2014. You best be quick as they're only on sale for 6 months!

As an avid nail polish collector and Liz Earle hoarder I was very excited to try these out. My personal favourite was the gorgeous muted grey. Although marketed as a summer colour, I think it works perfectly for the winter months too. It makes a subtle statement and is certainly a talking point as it looks quite unusual. I can't really rave about Liz Earle polishes enough. They are chip resistant for a good few days like promised, look beautifully glossy even without a topcoat and come in such a good range of colours. I like my nail polish to be very opaque so I apply three coats but you can get away with just two. I'm just a little bit fussy!

Priced at just £7.50, you'll be a fool not to invest in them when Spring arrives!


  1. Ooof that coral has my name on it ;) xxx

  2. I love Liz Earle! The first shade is lovely, and not badly priced either!

  3. You do such a beautiful job on your nails! Eck, whenever I paint mine they are an absolute mess and they chip so easily-- even if I do multiple coats and a top coat. I'm just not made for nail polish, I suppose! I can admire it on ladies like you though :)

    Thank you for the sweet comment you left on my blog the other day--always means so much to me! x

  4. Both of these shades are gorgeous! I've been eyeing up some of their make up and nail polishes lately, i love that Liz Earle products are available in boots now!


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