Monday, 7 April 2014

Tanya Burr nail polish

Tanya Burr nail polishes

Tanya Burr nail polish in Riding Hood
 Riding Hood - £5.99*

Tanya Burr nail polish in Little Duck
 Little Duck - £5.99*

Tanya Burr nail polish in Bright and Early
Bright and Early - £5.99*

Being a YouTuber myself, albeit, a much less successful one than the lovely Tanya Burr, I love that she's launched her own line of nail polishes and lip glosses, it's amazing that just through sharing her thoughts and tutorials on makeup has brought her so many wonderful opportunities - much like Fleur de Force (probably my favourite, sorry Tanya!), MissGlamorazzi, Zoella, Sprinkle of Glitter etc.

When Tanya announced her collection - it's safe to say most of the blogging world was very excited, and eagerly awaiting it's launch!  Today I'm reviewing 3 of her nail polishes in Little Duck (how cute is that name!?), Riding Hood, and Bright and Early.

Lets start with the packaging - they're simple, elegant, nothing that different from other polishes, but I really do love her signature logo, that's a lovely touch.  The glass bottles feel very solid, and have quite a heavy bottom!  The applicator is decent, it's quite long, holds product well and the bristles aren't all splayed out (that's what I don't like about the MUA ones, I know they're only £1, but the bristles are rubbish!).

Next up, the formulation.  Now, I don't have the strongest nails, they're pretty weak, so polishes don't last very well on me as a rule.  Each of these lasted about 2-3 days on my weak nails without a top coat. When teamed up with my Essie good to go top coat, I got about another 1-2 days out them, which for me with my terrible nails is really good!  

The teal shade (Little Duck) probably had the worst coverage for one coat, it was very streaky, but with a 2nd coat it was completely fine - all pics above were with two coats which gave perfect opaque coverage.  I'm not sure I have a favourite of the three, they're all beautiful and colours I'd naturally wear, the red is stunning, a real classic red, the teal is very similar to Essie's mint candy apple and the coral, well the coral is just gorgeous, so perfect for spring :)

All in all these are lovely - the quality is definitely as good as Essie, but a little more purse friendly, I'm looking forward to trying more of the range out, well done Tanya!

To pick up these shades, just head over to Beauty Chamber where they're £5.99* each :)





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17 comments

  1. love the mint green colour!!

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    1. Yeah it's stunning, and I love the name of it :)

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    1. Yeah, it's such a gorgeous colour :)

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  3. The mint green is super pretty!! xx

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  4. They're so pretty! I got a few lip glosses but when I ordered them Feel Unique said they cant ship nail polishes over which made me sad! The red looks amazing! xx Rena Kiss and Make Up

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    1. Aww that's a shame :/ Yeah it's because Royal Mail now won't ship flammable stuff, like nail polish :/

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  5. I love Bright and Early!! It's so pretty *-*

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  6. I really want to get some of these but they aren't being shipped to the US :(

    http://www.mercuteify.com/

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    1. Aww :/ Hopefully she'll launch them there too :)

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  7. I love the little duck colour, it's gorgeous! I've got really bad nails too and that's a pretty decent amount of wear time!

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    1. Yeah I think it was the clear winner from the set :)

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  8. Love the green colour!
    http://roseandpose.com/

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  9. Love the green colour!
    http://roseandpose.com/

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