Nail Review: Liz Earle’s Strengthening Nail Colour

Sally Hansen, Liz Earle, Seche Vite
I’ve been having issues with my nails, which you’ve probably heard me rattle on about before in a few of my videos.  I have been working hard on helping my nails – expect a fuller post in a while.

In the mean time I’ve been itching to paint colour on my nails!  So I thought I would compromise and  I dug out this Liz Earle strengthening nail colour in Rhaphsody in Blue.

What Liz Earle’s website says about this nail colour:
Our fortifying, chip-resistant formula glides on to deliver a glossy coat of even colour that lasts for up to 12 days.  Enriched with avocado and borage oils, our nail colour is easy to apply and helps to strengthen and protect nails during wear.  Free from toluene.”

I’m not sure about the strengthening properties of this nail polish.  It did wear for about 4, almost 5 days without chipping.  Normally I get to day 3 and a chip appears!  My nails are generally feeling stronger lately anyway, however I didn’t notice them weakening.  I took it as a good sign.

This was streaky on first application but it was fully opaque with the second coat.  I really liked the finish of this as well, it was lovely a shiny before I’d even applied my Seche Vite!   You can see from the picture below that it is a midnight blue colour on, from a distance it looks navy/black.

All in all I really liked this, my nails weren’t damaged when I removed the colour after a week and it had lasted well.  You can pick this up for £7.50 from the Liz Earle website, boots also now stock Liz Earle products.

Thank you for reading!