Nails Supreme Nail Art Pens Review | LilliesandLove

Nails Supreme Nail Art Pens Review  |  LilliesandLove

Although I love beauty products and like to keep up with the latest trends, I’m completely rubbish at being a girl and of all the things I find difficult, nail art is my Kryptonite.

I’ve lost count of the amount of times I’ve painted my nails, decided to be adventurous and attempted a design, only to mess it up completely and remove the whole lot again.  I’m honestly terrible.

So, when a little package from Presents For Men came through the door filled with Nails Supreme products, I decided it was high-time I addressed my nail design demons.

Firstly, I know what you’re thinking – Presents For Men.  I thought the same thing, but as it turns out, they have plenty of products for us girls on the website too; don’t let the name mislead you!

The kit I was sent included 20 different colour polishes which come with handy little connectors which means they can be attached to each other at the base to keep them together if you’re planning on a two-colour design.
The bottles of polish themselves are made from soft plastic which worries me a little bit when I put them in my handbag as they feel quite delicate and I fret they might get broken, but so far so good, and there’s been no spillages.

The lid of each bottle has two separate parts – unscrew the main section and you find a standard brush, but pull the top of the black lid off and you find a thin nib for creating nail art.  I personally think the construction of these bottles, with their multi-function lid and connectable bases are pure genius!

So, how did the polish itself fare?
Coverage is good and it dries fairly quickly, which is a definite bonus.

The thin nib of the nail art pen is excellent, easy to use and means even an idiot like me can manage to put something together, even if it does look like a chimp has done it.

However, I was really disappointed with the life of it.  This image was taken the day after application, with a top coat of clear polish for protection.

And these were taken three days after application.  I was honestly really surprised at just how much they had chipped – it’s not just a little bit, instead fairly large sections of polish have gone completely.

Despite the poor staying power, I do really like these polishes and would give them 7 out of 10 if I was asked to score them.  There’s a great selection of colours, the bottle design is great, and the nail art nib is brilliant.

I think perhaps I would recommend this product either for one-night-only wear if you’re using it for total coverage, or to be used exclusively for the nail art side of things, as there was no loss of colour when I used it only for that.

I’m definitely really pleased I’ve had a chance to review these and I know I’ll be going back to these polishes time and time again in the future when I want to add a little something to my nails.

Have you used any Nails Supreme products in the past?  And do you love the bottle design as much as I do??

Penny xx
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  1. babyteeth
    April 6, 2014 / 7:03 am

    I got these a few Christmas’s back and they’re still going strong! I only use the pen end, as I do find the quality isn’t too good, which I think is because it’s a thinner consistency to allow it wok as a pen! Xx

  2. Georgie Colloff
    April 6, 2014 / 9:37 pm

    These look amazing (apart from the chipping), it makes me want long nails even more!! The bottle design is great, I have never seen a company do this before! Kudos Nails Supreme!

    Georgie xx

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