Nail Polish, Nails

NailHQ Growth Base Coat

I honestly have been trying to feature more nail related products on my site but it’s been quite difficult as I’m not one to have the patience with waiting for polish to dry. As a result I tend to gravitate towards sheer polish and clear polishes and who wants to see posts about what is basically how to achieve shiny nails. I do however find that when a clear polish has added benefits that help your nails it’s nice to recommend them to others and so I bring to you today the Growth Base Coat from the nail polish brand NailHQ.

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NailHQ mostly specializes in nail care polishes and my favourite from their range has got to be the Growth polish. This polish is designed to harden nails so that they are less fragile and hence less likely to break, making them grow instead. Now I don’t have weak nails in general but whenever I do the washing up I do find my nails have become soft and tend to chip a little while later. When I had this on, they remained hard all the way through the washing so I highly recommend it for those who are to busy with the house and kids and work to take time off for a professional manicure.

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The polish is tinted a pink colour however this only brings out the natural pink tones pigments in the natural nail. It doesn’t provide any colour itself. You can wear it by itself as I have done for this post or wear it as a base coat underneath regular nail polishes to ensure longevity in your manicure. I love the shine that it provides to natural nails, it makes them look healthier than they really are.

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All these products are available to purchase from Tesco Supermarkets and can also be found on both the Invogue International Website and Superdrug stores.

-Talk Soon xx

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