I’m not sure about you, when I’m a little bored, or trying to kill some time, I usually end up on Twitter. I’m not terribly witty in however many characters you get, but it is quite a spot for stumbling over new brands, and that’s exactly where I came across Maggie Anne nail polishes.
With a choice of 24 stunning shades, I opted for one of the lightest, and one of the darkest. I figured that they’re the polishes that are the hardest to get right (plus I swing from neutral nails to dark almost weekly). The first polish I tried was Scarlet, a perfect neutral beige which is the definition of chic.
The formula applied evenly, although I did need three coats to achieve a fully opaque finish. The varnish dried quickly to a high shine, and it looks so pretty on! Scarlet is definitely a shade to try if you’re in the mood for something toned-down but still beautiful.
Tansy is the shade I was probably most excited to try – it’s a deep midnight blue, with a generous sparkling of glitter. I’m a sucker for sparkly nails, especially in the winter, and I’ve been dying for something a little different, and Tansy is an absolute stunner.
The mix of navy with fine glitter shot through the formula, it kind of feels like it’s galaxy inspired, and I just love it! Depending on the light, Tansy can shift from looking blue to violet, so it’s a fun choice if you’re in the mood for something a little different!
Tansy took just two coats to be entirely opaque, and I got four days of glossy wear before it started to chip! I have to say, I’m impressed!
Maggie Ann polishes are priced at £10.50 each and are available here.