Avon’s new nail range

“Life is too short for boring nails.”

A really exciting new launch at the moment is Avon’s new nail polish brand called mark. They’ve created a new formula called gel shine which contains Avon’s DuraLast complex (some super secret ingredients that make their nail polishes extra fab). With 35 shades being introduced there’s definitely something for everyone; whether you love loud and proud nails or a barely there mani. My favourites are definitely berry nutty [a beautiful neutral with a hint of grey and rose] and mauvelous [a deeper, dusky rose].

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As these are gel effect polishes and not actual gel they don’t need a lamp to set but still give that amazing shine similar to your standard gel polish. I’m going to be slightly realistic here and say that they don’t wear as long as gel does (but I wasn’t really expecting it to either). That being said I can get a good 3-4 days of no chips before I want to touch it up with another coat which I think is great.

If you have quite flaky or brittle nails I highly recommend gel effect polishes as they have a better staying power than regular polish does. I definitely have flaky and very dry nails so I think this range is excellent and very trustworthy. The formula seems to be consistent throughout the shade range which makes me slightly tempted to get some more shades! These are Β£7 each (but currently on offer at Β£4) which is such a bargain…

These launched on the 23rd of March so they’re out now to buy online.

Thanks Avon for another outstanding product range!

Are you tempted to try these out?

Jess x

this post contains PR samples

 

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