March 18, 2013

Mani Monday: The Perfect Nude with Inglot 055


I visited the Inglot store the other day to check out their ‘selected items for 50%’ sale they have going on. After having a little lookie-lookie… I spotted this and wah-lah! I took it home with me. If you’re wondering, I was looking for a nude shade to wear for any occasion, just haven’t had any luck. So this was just meant to be.

These applies surprisingly smooth. One coat will give you a medium opacity with a hint of your nail peeking through, yet still clean. I did do a second coat though, just to give it a more opaque cream finish. I’m sure you could get away with just one coat if you want a really nude look but sophisticated nails.

Inglot is made in Poland.
RIP Mr Inglot

The finish is glossy but I made it even glossier with Manicare NEW Beginning to End 3-in-1


This salon strength nail treatment boasts a base coat, top cat and a nail strengthener, which protects the nail up to 10 days. So far it has been almost a week and I see no chipping, and the loss is still apparent. I have surprised myself by quite enjoying using this 3-in-1 product. I usually tend to stay away from 3-in-1 or 2-in-1 nail product, just because they do not seem to perform up to scratch as to what they claim to do. However, this has proved me wrong. Definitely a keeper, especially when you don’t want to be fussed with 2 or 3 different base products just to do your nails at home.

What I like about it is that the base coat does prevent my nails from staining (those yucky yellow nails! I ain’t looking for a Shrek look yo!) and prevent my nails from chipping. As a top coat it dries quickly and gives the overall look a high gloss shine. You can even reapply this over the nails every 2-3 days for even better protection.

Product is made in France.



I am not affiliated with the brands mentioned. All opinions are my own. Inglot was purchased with my own funds for personal use and reviewing purposes. Manicare was provided for review purpose, which in no way affected my opinions on it. If it’s good, it’s good.

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