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Thursday, 26 March 2015

Angelica Nail Colour | Scented Pastels*

L-R - Blueberry | Peppermint | Mango | Strawberry

Angelica Nail Colour was founded in 2011 and are a company that create quality nail polishes which are available throughout the UK and Europe in the majority of Primark and Penney's stores, as well as online.
Sadly my local Primark isn't one of them, so I was extremely happy when Angelica contacted me asking if I would like to review their new scented pastel collection. I was kindly sent four shades and they are all gorgeous.

Blueberry* is a lovely soft pale blue which would look perfect with a tan and has a lovely sweet scent to it. Peppermint* lives up to it's name. It's a gorgeous mint shade and smells just like peppermint. Mango* is a lovely peachy shade and it does have a slight mango scent. Strawberry* is one of my favourite shades as I am a sucker for pink. It has a lovely sweet strawberry scent which is actually really nice.

I have to be honest though, the whole scented nail varnish thing doesn't really bother me because as soon as you wash your hands, the scent has disappeared. But what I do like is the shades in this collection and I think they are all perfect for the S/S15.

Angelica Scented Pastel collection cost £2.75 each.

Emily x 

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  1. These are such gorgeous shades! Thank you your sharing!

  2. These shades are gorgeous for spring and the price is amazing x
    Emma | Emmys Blog

    1. They are a bargain and would look amazing with a tan! x

  3. It’s awesome! I like this post and your style of writing, thank you for sharing!
    I’ll be happy to see you in my blog!)

    Diana Cloudlet


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