06 January 2014

Nails Inc. Kensington High Street


Holy Macaroni you guys! The weatherman just told us it was going to be -4 actual temperature with a -42 windchill factor. I think it's safe to say I'll be spending today huddled in front of the fire place with blankets and hot chocolate.

Thankfully I can feel a little bit fancier all cozied up in my warmest set of sweats due to the sophisticated winter cranberry color that is Nails Inc. Kensington High Street. This polish is one of the six colors in The Nails Inc. Cracker Collection that I received as a gift. I wore this color on my toes first, but ended up loving it so I made it next in line for a manicure.


Kensington High Street is a rich dark red with plum purple undertones. It reached opacity in two coats and the formula was flawless. I was shocked at how easy cleanup was with such a dark red, but I was able to quickly and smoothly clean up my cuticle line with little to no bleeding of color. This polish has definitely earned a spot in my top reds!

Are you experiencing this frigid blast of winter where you live? Let me know in the comments and thanks for reading!

7 comments:

  1. Oh god, this is a GORGEOUS color! /puts it on a must have list

    We're experiencing the same in Kansas! When I woke up this morning, it was -2 with a windchill of -17 or thereabouts. Right now it's 0 with a windchill of -17. Brrrrrr!

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    1. It's crazy how it seems to be way below zero in so many places, I don't remember it being so cold in so many states at one time in the past few years. The entire midwest is frozen in!

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  2. Its a pretty plum that looks great on your nails!

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  3. Brrrrr!! Stay warm! This color is gorgeous!! Its chilly where I live(Washington State) but not that chilly!

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  4. Ha! It's in the 70's here in south texas :)

    Love the color!! Where did you buy it?

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  5. I love this on you. Super classy and vampy.

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