Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Midweek Manicure // W7 Raspberry Sorbet and Pink Cosmic Nail Dust

This week I was lucky enough to receive some lovely goodies from W7 to have a play with including this  bright pink polish Raspberry Sorbet* (adorable name!) and pink Cosmic Nail Dust*. I thought they're be perfect for this week's Midweek Manicure as "On Wednesdays we wear pink" - duh!


I'm a bit weird with pink nails as I never usually choose to paint them that colour as I think of them as a bit too classic and "safe", however when I do wear them I always love how pretty they are! Today's W7 nail products are therefore perfect for me as I get to use the polish and Nail Dust together - giving me pretty pink nails with a very jazzy twist!



I've not tried W7 nail products before and am so impressed! The polish is thick enough to give a really strong, even finish - even after just one coat - yet not too thick that is hard to apply and control (I did use 2 coats for these pics but that was more out of habit than actual necessity). The brush is nice and wide so you only really need one sweep to cover the nail and it dries really quickly and with a lovely shiny finish. My new dream polish! 


I also absolutely adore the colour! It's so pretty - a bright vibrant pink which is perfect for summer. It's a true raspberry shade too so the cutesy name is just right!



How cool is the Cosmic Nail Dust?! I love how well it works with the Raspberry Sorbet polish - really complimenting the pink whilst enhancing it with shimmering flecks of blue, silver and purple too! (Though that turned out pretty hard to capture on camera!) I used it here on my ring fingers as an accent nail but will definitely be trying out lots more snazzy designs. I can't wait to try layering this over other colours - especially my favourite white! How amazing will that look?!


I have used nail glitters similar to the W7 Cosmic Nail Dust but never one as simple to apply as this one. Usually they come in little pots which spill EVERYWHERE whilst vajazzleing your nails (najazzleing?!). The W7 offering however has a little rubber nozzle which allows you to only place glitter where you want it, and with minimum mess and waste. From a cosmetic point of view I also love that the nozzle makes to look like a space ship - perfect for it's Cosmic name!



I'm so impressed by the quality of these W7 nail products and love how they look on my nails, I will definitely be picking up some more of their nail polishes! The polishes retail for £4.95 and the Cosmic Nail Dust £3.95 which I think is fab for the quality and quantity you get.


Have you tried any of W7 products? What other nail polish colours do I need?! I'm loving the look of Pistachio

*Thanks so much to W7 for sending me these goodies to review. All thoughts are honest and my own. Please see my Disclaimer page for more details.





6 comments:

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    1. Thanks Jasmine! I totally agree, it's so so lovely! I can confirm it's wearing really well on my nails to :D xxx

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  3. I love the pink glitter dust! Some of them seem really tacky because they're so glitzy but this is actually really cute!

    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens

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    1. I know what you mean India! They can be so in-yer-face but this one is lovely and fine so gives a really pretty sparkle. I think it will look a bit more glityz when used over a different colour but I'm sure I'll still love it! xx

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