Barely there – the CND Vinylux Weekly Polish Nude Collection

I first featured this fab CND Vinylux Weekly Polish in October last year when I featured shades from the autumn collection but now as Spring struggles to show its face CND Vinylux have launched four new nude shades in their Weekly Polish formula that will suit all nail shapes and skin tones.

CND Vinylux Weekly Polish

They are:

• Uncovered – a semi-sheer pink nude with a warm, rosy glow
• Unmasked – a stone-toned nude with a cool, opaque finish
• Unearthed – a taupe nude with a warm tone
• Unlocked – a putty nude with a creamy finish

CND Vinylux Weekly Polish in Unearthed & Uncovered

I’ve been trying out Uncovered and Unearthed and have been reminded what a great product it is. I love the new shades of course but wearing Unearthed all last week for my trip to Cairo I really did give the durability of the polish a great test. Travelling on the tube, plane and by road between extremes of temperature and climate and lifting baggage around should have taken a toll on my nails but they were still looking good after 5 days hard wear when we landed at Heathrow in freezing temperatures and snow!

CND Vinylux Weekly Polish Nudes

The brush is a great design that lets you apply the polish in easy strokes and including ingredients like keratin, jojoba oil and vitamin E has kept my nails healthy too.  It’s a two-step system so there’s no need for a base coat. The top coat is brilliant and I’ve used it over other nail polish brands and still got great long-lasting wear and excellent shine. This is definitely my currently favourite nail polish brand/formula.

You can find CND products in salons and from cultbeauty.com

Hazel

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