New Things I Have Spotted #75 – Nail polish in M&S

Recently, the beauty departments in your local Marks and Spencer have been undergoing a bit of a transformation. Everytime I go into one of our larger stores, something has changed.  They have been introducing all kinds of lines and branded M&S products – including all these nail polish items I Spotted!  this weekend.

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Limited Collection double ended nail polishes – one base and one glitter top coat. Designed by Holly Sharpe, currently on 3 for 2 online here. £7.50 each however…..20140224-173532.jpgA range of eight textured polishes – all seen here on the M&S website, £4 each.

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Followed by a range of eight glitter or metallic shades, again £4 each, see the website for more.20140224-173545.jpgCertainlny worth checking out the website or your local store if you get a chance – lots of these limited edition shades don’t hang about for long!

Anything catch your eye?  Let me know in the comments

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New Things I have Spotted #19 – Rimmel Nudes, Maybelline Metallics and New Barry M Releases

A few new things for this edition of Spotted!

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First up we have nude nail polishes from Rimmel, seen above, two colours one creme and one slightly more shimmery.  Plus top coat in this display

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These two images of are the newly released (in the UK) Metallics from Maybelline.  Metallic Gold, Silver and Bronze in the Forever Strong range.  Very Olympic!

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And finally, for your viewing pleasure, five of the six new Barry M releases.  From the left, 339 Gold Glitter, 337 Pink Silver Glitter, 338 Silver Multi Glitter, 340 Aqua Glitter and 341 Cappuccino.

See anything you fancy?

New Things I have Spotted #6 – George at Asda

Here are some shots of some new displays I noticed in my local Asda. The 3D glitter section was completely empty but the ‘Molten Metals’ metallics had 4 out of the 5 available colours. Not bad for £2.95 although I have never tried them so I’m not sure about the quality. I may have to buy some to share with you all.

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