|Old Velvet and Parade, both without top coat|
All of the shades have been developed to help strengthen and protect your nails, each containing a mix of avocado and borage oils.
I've tested out Parade - a bright coral shade and Old Velvet - a deep vampy red and have found them realy easy to apply with no streaking and have a lovely glossy finish. Two coats is plenty for an opaque finish and I managed 4 days without chipping, which for me is a pretty long time. Liz Earle do claim that they last up to 12 days without chipping, so if you manage that, do let me know!
I have a feeling that the nudes will be incredibly popular, and there are 4 different nude shades to choose from.
The polishes are £7.50 each, so at the medium end of the price point, but I would happily invest in more. I'd like to see the colour range extended as time goes on - perhaps including a topcoat and maybe some sparkles for the festive season.
You can buy Liz Earle nail polishes online from Liz Earle, in store at their shops and from selected John Lewis and Boots counters.
What do you think of this range?