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  • Winter Nail Polish

    It’s not just our wardrobes that make the switch into autumn – our make-up bags do, too. Nail colours are an easy and effective way to embrace the new season and give cold-weather outfits the ultimate finishing touch. Pack away your pales and reach for shades that work with your wardrobe. From rich berry to high-shine red, these are the colours to know about. 

    Laura & Petro
    Petro loves


    Wicked Nail Polish£7.99

    Essie is a long-term fixture in my nail collection and I love this deep burgundy, which is so dark it’s almost black. It’s the perfect hue to give my winter wardrobe edge while still looking elegant. Plus, the depth of colour gives a super-glossy finish. Essie’s signature wide brush makes application easy; three strokes and my nail is covered. I like the idea of wearing this in the evening for a vampy look. 

    Petro loves


    L’Oxygéné Oxygenated Nail Lacquer, Rouge£16

    Winter-ready nails aren’t always about deep colours, a bright red can instantly lift cold-weather neutrals. Nailberry’s Rouge is the best classic red I’ve found and has a satisfying high-shine finish. What’s more the L’Oxygéné formula is free from alcohol, parabens and other common harmful ingredients, to allow nails to breath and enhance nail health. Apply two coats for a pigmented, long-lasting manicure. 

    Laura loves

    CND Vinylux

    Oxblood Nail Varnish£9.60

    Burgundy nails have been my autumnal go-to for years and always look seasonally appropriate and classic. This is the colour to wear with your trench coat and camel layers, or use it to add a pop of colour to everyday neutrals. I’m all for products that save time, and this formula doesn’t require a base coat. It also contains nourishing oils to help prevent brittle winter nails. 

    Laura loves


    Dark Purple Wine UV Polish£9.90

    For a statement effect, reach for a winter-plum polish. This shade sits on the luxe side of grunge and looks especially chic when worn on short, rounded nails. The gel formula applies just like a regular polish but lasts a good two to three weeks. Paint on a thin layer then set under a UV/LED lamp. I like to use two coats for an intense finish. 



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