15.11.15

The Edge Nails Review & Discount Code! #spons


*This is a sponsored post so these products were kindly gifted to me by the brand but all opinions are my own. 
Hi everyone! Hope you're all well. Eekk we're now in November which basically means it's Christmas, right? I can't wait to start putting together my collection of Christmas Gift Guides for you all to get stuck into and maybe a few Christmas wishlists too - you're gonna have all the Christmas posts coming your way. You may have noticed I've been a bit quiet on the old blogging front.. I've been really busy and trying find the time to take pictures before it gets dark when I'm out all day has proven to be very difficult and I know I'm not the only blogger struggling! Without further ado I'll introduce you to a brand I've been trying out recently that might be one for stocking fillers this Christmas along with a discount code to get your hands on!..

Myself and nail painting have never really got on. I'm quite lazy when it comes to my nails and I find myself keeping on the same nail polish for weeks on end! Ask me questions on contouring any day, but nail care I won't know the answer! The Edge Nails is a brand I was introduced to last month, which I hadn't heard of before then.

Starting with the nail polishes - I got to try The Edge Nails Polish in Santa Rosa* and the Top Coat*. The bottles are a fairly decent size which I was pleased about because some nail polishes from other brands are quite small and you don't get a lot of polish. When I applied the polish Santa Rosa, it is quite watery as you can see from the picture below. It seemed to go all over my nail as it was literally falling off the brush and because it's quite thin, you have to apply a few layers which led to it all over my nail. Other than that, if you apply small amounts if you have the patience to sit and wait (unlike me!), then you might be able to make it work.

As you can see from  the image above, the nail polish is quite watery!
I also tried the 3 Phase Nail Oil*. The concept for this product is you basically shake the tube, apply it to the nails and massage. I couldn't seem to find this one online but the bottle I received has a rollerball to get the product out which I think is a great idea because you don't get too much product coming out, and it's completely up to you how much you want to apply. It also smells like a spa which is a great bonus, and left my nails feeling really soft.

Last but not least, the super cute vintage themed nail files* which might have caught your eye in the photos above if you're anything like me and love floral prints. Personally I think these would be great for a stocking filler present or just a present alongside a few other bits for some of your girlies for Christmas. I'm absolutely in love with the files and I can't stop looking at them!

If you want to check out any of these products or fancy a little browse, click here. I've also managed to get a discount for all you lovely lot - use WELCOMEOFFER at the checkout for 20% off your first order!
 Hope you all have a lovely week,
Beth xox
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  1. Sounds good! Deffiently going to try them out! The nail files are so adorable!

    Lovely blog post as usual!
    Elizabeth - http://diaryofagirl10.blogspot.co.uk/

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