5 November 2013

House of Holland Nails Review

FashionFake, beauty blog, House of Holland nails, Elegant Touch nail, nail appliques, Henry Holland nails
FashionFake, beauty blog, House of Holland nails, Elegant Touch nail, nail appliques, Henry Holland nails
FashionFake, beauty blog, House of Holland nails, Elegant Touch nail, nail appliques, Henry Holland nails
FashionFake, beauty blog, House of Holland nails, Elegant Touch nail, nail appliques, Henry Holland nails
FashionFake, beauty blog, House of Holland nails, Elegant Touch nail, nail appliques, Henry Holland nails

I first came across these House of Holland nail art application kits in the Style Lounge at London Fashion Week and shamefully my nails were looking a little chipped that day so I perched with one of the Elegant Touch assistants to get my nails looking geek chic (you can see the photos of my geeky cartoon nails on my Instagram). I absolutely loved the quirky design and how quickly and easily she applied them, so I took note of the product and went on a hunt.
I actually stumbled across the application kits in Boots and you always find great offers in there, plus the points on a Boots card add up! So I picked up the Classy Nude kit which is perfect for a subtle, everyday look especially if you have to keep your hands looking neat, however I have to warn you that the nails are mega long. Like Lana Del Rey style long, so you might have to file them down to be a little more "hands on". The second kit is called Get Nailed and it comes with stick on letters so you can create your own hashtags and sayings, well of course that will be within a 10 character limit!
The nails were really easy to apply. the glue holds them on your nails for about 7 days, and then they start to come off, so it might be worth to either remove them all or carry the glue with you for a quick fix.

I really like the kits because of how easy it is to apply the nails, they last a while and come in an array of designs. They don't damage the nails like some other nail kits do, which is a big bonus. I'd recommend the kits to anyone who isn't 100% confident with nail application kits, the way they are cut fits most nail sizes too.
Have any of you tried the House of Holland nail kits? What did you think?


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3 comments

  1. So pretty, I love the shape of these! x

    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD 

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  2. I love these so much, I love their heart break ones as well!

    Hallie
    knitteddaisy.blogspot.co.uk

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