Killer Nails: Killer Colours Nail Polish ReviewSunday, September 16, 2012
First things first apologies for the lack of posts in the past few days, I know most of you probably won't of noticed but I always hate letting my blog fall behind but hey sometimes life gets in the way. I've had a bit of a busy old week with work, I've been working pretty long hours this week, think 9/10 each day and then not getting home till 9pm. It's been fair to say I've been too shattered to blog so thought I'd have a break, let the crazy working die down and then get back on the blogalog. I have to say, my student days are long gone, I'm missing those afternoon naps like you wouldn't believe ;) Okay so back to the beauty business, I'm talking about a brand new spanking nail polish brand today that I think you're all going to love because well a certain favourite of ours also loves them. But more on that later.
Killer Colours are a new nail brand that are bringing a brand new concept to nail polish collections, unlike usual brands where you have permanent shades, Killer Colours will release a line of limited edition colours which are based on basically what's hot right now. The first five colours are A/W 12 based and feature colours that were seen on the runways. The colours are also perfect for Autumn, think rich berry and cool metallic shades. I really love the concept of a new line being brought out each season, it's quite exciting and definitely a way to keep re-inventing yourself. Also is there another better way to get a beauty addicts pulse racing with saying the words 'limited edition'? Makes you go all weak at the knees. The polishes also have a professional formula and use a blend of four plasticisers to give the nail the 'ideal flex' to keep your nails chip free for as long as possible. Not bad eh? The polishes are also the big 3 free, something I'd never heard of before reading up on Killer Colours, this means they're free of nasty chemicals which you can get in some nail polish. These chemicals are Dibutyl Phthalate ( used to prevent chipping but is also used in items such as adhesive)
Belladonna & Twisted Silk*