Nella Milano – True Blue

*Disclosure: This product was sent to me for review but this does not influence the opinions expressed in this blog which are entirely my own.

Another Nella Milano shade for you today – this one is called True Blue and is from the Forget Me Not collection.  It was hard not to be singing Madonna the whole time I was painting my nails!  But this is a lovely colour so lets look at the pics!

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True Blue is a bright blue creme, perfect for brightening up your fingers.  I used two thin coats over a base of Essence Anti Split Nail Sealer.  Formula was excellent, on a par with my previous Nella experiences.  I sealed in my polish with a coat of Nails Inc Kensington Top Coat.  As it turned out, the polish was pretty much a dead on match for my favourite coat!

In their own words ‘Made in France, Nella Milano nail lacquers are colour rich and long-lasting, making it very easy to keep your nails naturally chic at all times.  Nella Milano stands for effortlessly stylish, elegant and fashionable.  There is a Nella for any mood and personality and Nella Milano colours will perfect and complement any individual style.’

On the website you can search by collection, there are eight sets and one set of top and base coat www.nellamilano.com.  You can also visit the brand on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest or Facebook to keep up to date with releases and current shades.  The price point is £8.95. BUT True Blue is on offer this week!  £4.95 go go go!!

Also, if you happen to be in Birmingham this weekend, the Nella team are at Beauty UK where they are launched Nella Gel.  You can get free tickets if you register in advance here http://www.beautyukshow.com/register.jsp

Let me know what you think in the comments!

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*Disclosure: This product was sent to me for review but this does not influence the opinions expressed in this blog which are entirely my own.

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