If there's one nail polish shade I can never ignore, it's a good nude. I've got a nice selection of the kind but when I saw this one in a Madrid Sephora, I still had to pick it up (and for the bargainous price of 6 euro).
I know Anna adores this, so of course I had that in my head when I saw it in the store. The shade is a cool, pale taupe with lilac undertones and boy is it sophisticated. I'm only 15 so of course I'm not too educated on the world of work, but I can imagine this would be a great job interview shade. Something elegant, and rather understated.
When I applied this, I was surprised to see it was rather opaque, and two thin coats were needed to reach full opacity. It glided onto the nail flawlessly, and this may be a big statement but I think it was one of the best formulas I've ever encountered. Seriously, it was THAT good. It also had a great longevity, and with top coat lasted the most part of a busy week. I really cannot believe I haven't used more Nails Inc before. If you've ever been hesitant to spend £11.00 on a nail polish, take my advice and just do it. For a staple colour like this, I wouldn't mind paying extra and I'm sure this is a bottle I'll be scraping clean in months to come.