I have a bit of a sickness, I can't go into a pound shop without buying at least one nail polish. Most of the time the colours look more than just a bit dodgy and have separated in the bottles but every now and then there are some lovely shades hidden away from new-ish collections and if crackle polishes from O.P.I are your thang, head to Poundworld/land now (I always get the 2 mixed up). I don't even like crackle polishes and almost bought a few just cause they were only a quid but then I realised I'll never wear them, making them not so much of a bargain for me. Instead I came away with 2 Sally Hansen Shades 'Sea' and 'Ion'
'Ion' was released in 2012 and I believe was created for Sally Hansen by Alexander Wang. The shade is described as stone-like, what an exciting description! But that's exactly what it is and I love it. I love a wide brush and the Complete Salon Manicure brushes are just that but they're also quite thick which I imagine could make for a messy paint job for anyone with narrow nail beds but for me it was fine. As with most polishes, one coat left a streaky finish but the second coat evened everything out.
Nails Inc Kensington Caviar Base Coat
Sally Hansen 'Ion' (2 coats)
Nails Inc Kensington Caviar Top Coat
Do you own this shade?
Are you a pound shop nail polish magpie?