Product: Inglot Nail Enamel
Shade: No 713
Price: Rs 590 for 15ml
How to Use:
Apply two coats. Make sure that first coat is completely dry before applying second one. Some shades look best with three coats.
What Inglot says:
Durable, matte, medium drying time formula
DOES NOT CONTAIN:
– dibutyl phthalate (DBP)
Having tried most of the lesser priced brands in nail colours it is only recently that I graduated to Inglot Nail Colours. I say graduated because I am one of those who can’t (or won’t) spend an insane amount on nail paints and Inglot fell in a comfortable price range without burning a hole in my pocket.
The texture of this nail polish is different from any others that I own. If you look carefully at the images you will see the finish is actually matte as opposed to glossy or frosty. A single coat gives a very good colour pay-off and I achieved a complete opaque finish with just 2 coats. The nail polish applies well in that it does not streak or slide in to cuticles. Apologies on the shabby cuticles, a trip to the nail salon is long due.
The SA explained a single coat of clear glossy nail paint is all it takes to convert this enamel from matte to glossy.
The colour looks much lighter in the bottle than on nails. The shade is a warm or dare I say ‘dirty’ pink and neutral enough to suit most skin tones. The drying time isn’t super-fast yet comfortable enough to let you get on with your work in a minute or so.
Without a base or top coat the shade lasted about a week on my finger nails without chipping or peeling off. I think we are on to a winner!
- Excellent colour in one coat
- Chip resistant
- Matte Finish
- Perhaps a tad pricey? Hey I am always skint.
Have you tried Inglot nail colours? Whats your favourite shade and finish?