Confession: as a natural long nail wearer, I always looked a bit down on falsies.
Then came Elegant Touch to blow me away with their amazing Hall of Mirrors set.
Image taken by Derek Bremner at The Apartment, with Comb
Application was a breeze. It took me a while to get used to them, but very soon they felt like my own at that length.
They feel very secure and comfortable, I can do everything – wash hair, type… I do not feel they are glued on.
Now, let’s take a minute to admire the beauty of this colour: a holographic white technicolor dreams are made of.
I am totally, madly, deeply in love.
I had it on for a whole week, no hiccups. Only thing is that you notice the growth of your natural nails and it starts looking less neat, but only noticeable on very close inspection.
Now I just want to wear them all the time. There are so many amazing designs and finishes, from your super classic mani to the out there fab fashion designs (House of Holland, I’m looking at you).
Taking them off really requires some patience. Dripping nail polish remover, poking them out… the excess glue is a pain.
As I my natural nails are destroyed from carrying boxes moving houses, I am cool with that. Otherwise, I would be quite upset.
Next time, strong base coat. If you never tried, do it now. There will be no regrets!
This fabulous shade will be in the shops very soon. Elegant Touch nails come in a variety of colours and shapes and are super practical.
The sets of 24 nails cost between £6.95 and £12.50
They were applied by the lovely Jessica at the more-than-fabulous The Apartment at LFW. Thank you so much for having me.
This post contains PR samples. This review, however, is based on my experience with the product and reflects my honest opinion on them.