Nail Romance - Illamasqua Speckled Nail Polish

Nail Romance - Illamasqua Speckled Nail Polishes Fragile and Scarce

“The beauty is in our differences, our imperfection is our beauty.” Alex Box.

I love the philosophy behind each Illamasqua collection. The latest offering “I’mperfection” celebrates our flaws and differences.

This spring release included five limited edition speckled nail varnishes. Inspired by the unique markings on birds eggs, the five colors available are:

  • Freckle – speckled soft neutral
  • Fragile – Speckled soft blue (as seen on my ring finger)
  • Mottle – Speckled soft green
  • Scarce – Speckled soft pink (as seen on my nails)
  • Speckle – Speckled soft lilac (as seen in the top photo)

Each polish is semi-opaque and contains various sized matte glitter flecks. The resulting effect is almost like a layered glitter. Use a white base coat for a stronger color finish, or let your nails peek through ever so slightly. I’m wearing two coats on my nails in the above photos.

Also worth looking out for from the new collection are the blush duos (especially Lover & Hussy) which are highly pigmented and come in a handy compact.

Do you embrace your imperfections? And would you wear speckled nails? I think these will be perfect for some Easter themed nail art.

Illamasqua is available from Sephora, Myer and Illamasqua.com

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2 Comments

  1. These are so adorable. I’ve been eyeing off the green since I first saw them! I’m jealous that you can wear the blue– pale blues make my hands look sickly yellow 🙁 I ran straight to my local counter yesterday but the nail polish parcel had been lost in transit so I couldn’t even see the beautiful things! Next time I visit it shall be mine!
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    • Oh no! Hopefully they’ll have them in store soon. Check out the blue, it’s a really pretty pastel.


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