Amber McNiff | Beauty and Fashion Blog: Nails Inc Gel Effect Nail Polish Review

Nails Inc Gel Effect Nail Polish Review

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I wear Shellac on my nails a lot. Although it is time consuming, it is worth it in the end as it gives you pretty nails that won't chip for at least a week. I've always been sceptical about gel effect nail polishes as I always thought that it wouldn't be possible to create a gel effect without using a UV lamp to set it. I got given the Nails Inc gel effect polishes as a gift, which was the perfect opportunity to try them out. 

Nails Inc state that you can "Create an ultra glossy, high shine Gel effect finish with no UV lamp or soak off. This new and improved Gel effect formulation also features nourishing flower extract to help condition and strengthen the nails". 

I painted the polish on my nails the night before I went to work. It was easy to apply and didn't take long to dry. Once my nails were dry, I was left with a glossy even colour. My nails did feel a little harder and more protected with the polish on. I was excited to see how long they lasted after a full day at work. 

In total, the gel polish lasted two days on my nails until they needed to be taken off. To do this I simply used my normal nail polish remover. I was quite impressed with the gel polish as normally my nail polish chips after half a day, so to get two full days out of it was a bonus. 

The Nails Inc Gel Effect Nail Polish comes in a variety of colours for you to choose from. It covers any imperfections in your nails and temporarily protects them. For everyday wear, it is probably cheaper to opt for the gel effect polish rather than getting Shellac put on your nails every week. This way you can swap and change your colour easily and then treat yourself to a Shellac treatment for occasions. 

The Gel Effect Polishes cost £15 each from Nails Inc.

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