Today I have to show you a polish from a range that's taking the UK blogosphere by storm, due to it's more than passing resemblance to the Nails Inc Sprinkles collection. You would expect a high end brand like Nails Inc (£11+ a bottle) to be bang on trend, but a £2 market-stall brand, perhaps not so much. But W7 have a fab range of polishes and always keep up with the trends. Neons, glitters, crackles, duochromes, magnetics...I could go on. This little range contains 3 polishes - Mosaic (a dead on dupe for Nails Inc Pudding Lane, which I showed you a while ago), Lava Flow and Salt and Pepper, which I'm showing you here.
Salt and pepper is a white cream base packed to the rafters with matte black glitter. On me, it was opaque in 2 coats (might take one more if your nails are longer) and the formula was great. It's not too gritty and one coat of Poshe on top was fine (but if you're more fussy add another!) Super pretty, it remind me of the inside of a dragon fruit!
I had some tipwear after a day but I wasn't ready to take it off yet (it's a glitter, need I say more?) so I added some black French tips.
I have Lava Flow too, which is similar to this but with the addition of red glitter - you didn't think it could get any more awesome, right?! But alas I'm trying to avoid glitters too much at the moment because I'm sure soaking my nails to get the glitter off isn't helping the peelies. As soon as they're improved I will be getting it out!
What do you think? Are you a fan of the matte glitter? You can find W7 at www.NailPolishDirect.co.uk which is where I got mine, or check your local market. They also have recently set up a Facebook page and Twitter too, so get liking!