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You may or may not have noticed Inglot beauty counters popping up in various shopping centres across Dublin. They have one in Dundrum, Liffey Valley, the Jervis Centre and Blanchardstown Shopping Centre. The company offers a colossal range of colours in eye, lip, face and nail make-up. So jumping on the Inglot bandwagon, albeit slightly later than many others, I decided to put their nail enamel to the test!

I’m known far and wide for my ever-changing nail trends. I suppose, in a way, they act as a mood translator; for example; if I’m feeling sophisticated, I’ll paint them red, if I’m feeling fun and young, I may try on an acid green for size. Recently however, I’ve been indulging in more subtle nail colours such as this sample from Inglot; a colour I would describe as tan brown, or 716 if you’re headed to an Inglot counter!

The product doesn’t contain toluene, formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate or camphor. Although I haven’t a clue as to what any of these ingredients are, my mum always advised that if you don’t know what something is, best to avoid it until you do know, so thanks for excluding those Inglot! Most importantly of all, the products are not tested on animals.

The shade changed colour from the bottle to my nail but thankfully, it turned out even nicer than expected! The nail varnish provided me with the fastest drying time I’ve yet to experience with another brand and two coats gave a beautiful, satisfying smooth finish.

An all-round winner for me and Inglot have provided literally hundreds of shades to choose from, whatever your mood!


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