A pretty mixture of bold brights and pretty pastels make up the new Leighton Denny Spring/Summer collection.
I was sent Berry Nice and Sundae Girl…
Sundae Girl is a mod-pink with blue undertones that pops nicely against my skintone without looking stark or particularly harsh.
The formula was thick yet a little sheer, a slightly strange combination and for a perfect finish it could have done with three coats which I didn’t want to give it because of the thick formula. Nothing worse than a nail polish that looks like it’s been applied with a trowel.
Having said that, it lasted fantastically well.. 4 solid days before starting to show signs of getting a bit tired and no chipping whatsoever.
Berry Nice is a muted fuchsia and a one-coat wonder! The down side to only applying one coat would be the visible nail ridges but that’s easily sorted with a quality base coat.
This is a great summer shade for tips or toes and anything that delivers great, glossy creme coverage in a single coat has to be a Summer holiday essential. Wear was average but probably pretty good considering the single coat – it needed replacing on the 3rd day.
Leighton Denny Expert Nails colours are priced at £11.00 each and available online or instore at John Lewis & selected Selfridges stores.
Are you liking the look of any of the shades from the Leighton Denny Spring/Summer Gelato Collection?