Monday, 17 June 2013

Nails Inc Sprinkles collection - Sugar house lane, Sweets Way, Topping Lane

I have an ever growing love for Nails Inc polishes and, thankfully, they keep making themselves available to me at super bargain prices, or in beauty boxes - I am very very grateful for this!

This is about one of the opportunities where they appeared as an unmissable offer - I, basically, got three of the Nails Inc Sprinkles effect polishes and only spend £4 of my money on them... Mhmm, I kid you not.

How did I do this? Well, firstly, my mum got a leaflet through the door from QVC to say that she hadn't shopped with them for a while so, if she spent £30 she could have £10 off. Secondly, it was my Mum's birthday last week and I needed to get her something anyway, so adding these two together and the picture is becoming clear.

My mum found a set of stamps she liked for £11 with £2 p+p and I found the Nails inc polishes for a little over £19. Added up the order was just under £33, of course with the money off it was £22. I was going to spend the £13 on my mum anyway, so now we're down to £9... I had £5.60 payable from my topcashback account so I credited that to my account and tadaaaa three Nails inc polishes for £4!

Ok that was a complicated explanation but that was too good a bargain to not let you know how it worked!


After all of that, here are the polishes! Aren't they something special! They're reminiscent of the Ilamasqua speckle polishes, the Maybelline polka dot polishes and what I hoped the Barry M sequin polishes were going to be before I discovered the sandy texture stuff was included. 

I love the shades, they're so pretty and they really do look like they could be sprinkles on cupcakes! 


I think that £19 (ish) would have been a great price for these, considering the price of a single Nails inc polish, but for my bargain it was one of those 'It'd be stupid not to' moments. I doubt I'll ever get a chance to get four Nails inc polishes for £4 ever again and I'd have kicked myself if I hadn't. 

Needless to say, eyes peeled for nail of the day posts featuring these in the near future! 


12 comments:

  1. I can't wait to see your NOTD xx

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    1. Got the first one coming up in a few days, and then one a couple of days later again. Still got one left to try out but just taking a break from glitters with all the hard work of taking them off lol xx

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    2. I've put confetti on my nails again removal wise its very similar to glitters but I've rn out of polish. Magazine day tomorrow so remover is on top of the list saying that it has been for two weeks but I keep forgetting xx

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    3. Yeah I thought they might be - I kinds wish I didn't love glitters so much, they're such a pain... but they're so pretty xx

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  2. They look really cute ! :)

    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

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  3. They are, Sara, I'm absolutely in lovr with them.

    Sweets way is the only one I've not tried, yet, Claire, but I really can't wait to, it might even be tonight!

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  4. What a clever bargain you got there! I love the look of these, so cute! x

    Evelyn @ We Were Raised By Wolves

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  5. These look cute! not actually sure i like the packaging, i prefer them being plain but still colours look lovely! Xxx emtalks.co.uk

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  6. I'm so pleased with them :)

    I know what you mean about the packaging but I do quite like it, still, especially because, on the nails, they really do look like they could be the sprinkles on a cake!

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  7. I absolutely love their sprinkles range, so effective but not too over the top. Glad you got them for such a bargain x

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    1. Totally agree! Just have to hope I find a way to complete my collection with the aqua and lilac ones too lolxx

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