I have a very exciting QVC TSV for you to have a mooch at today; it’s a gorgeous seven piece set from Nails Inc that’ll ensure you have your nail wardrobe sorted for the entire season, whilst paying a fraction of the price of buying the products individually. Let me introduce you to the Nails Inc 7 Piece Winter Edit Nailcare Collection…
First up, let’s give a little shout-out to the canvas bag you get with the gift, which is pink, branded and handy – it’s easy to ignore and get carried away with the polishes themselves (as you should!) but I think it’s well worth mentioning the bag. Now on to the polishes, starting with the two Gel Effect Polishes – St Albans Grove, which is a murky, brick red and a QVC exclusive, and Hyde Park Court, an on-trend khaki shade. Next are the two Multivitamin Nail Polishes, both of which are QVC exclusives: Piccadilly Circus – a deep berry shade and Clarence Avenue – a rich, deep navy/purple colour.
You also get two nail care products, starting with the Chelsea Embankment Mews NailKale NailBright, another exclusive to QVC which is designed to add a sheer wash of colour to give nails a clean, bright finish. You’re also getting the first ever top coat that I fell in love with, which is the Kensington Caviar Top Coat. Finally, saving the best ’til last, we have the very exciting Silver Road shade of the Christmas essential Snowglobe product, which is, again, a QVC exclusive. Snowglobes are fab and I remember the excitement over last year’s white offering. This year we have a silver and a gold, with the silver included in this fabulous set – I’ll be posting about both the Snowglobes soon, so keep your eyes peeled if you’re a fan! The full Nails Inc 7 Piece Winter Edit Nailcare Collection officially launches at midnight on the 16th (so TSV for the 17th), however, I’ve spotted it online already here – link – for less than £30 = TOTAL BARGAIN.
This is such a great deal. I love the QVC TSV & I’m always tempted. This would be great to split up as stocking fillers
Me too! I’m always so excited when I get wind of a decent TSV, especially a Nails Inc one!