NOTD - Invogue Feather Effect 'On the Money'

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Invogue is a fairly new nail polish brand that has recently launched in Superdrug stores (and can be found on Fragrance Direct) for the affordable price of £2.50-£3.50 per nail polish. There are various ranges but the Feather Effect is definitely the one that caught my eye. They look amazing in the bottle and are very similar to the Nails Inc Feather nail polishes which retail for £11 each! 

In fact Invogue Feather Effect 'On the Money' is a great dupe for Nails Inc Feather nail polish in 'Chester'! 

The Invogue Feather Effect nail polishes come in 4 different shades - Jaye Bird, Parakeet, Sunset and On The Money and can be found on Fragrance Direct for £2.50 here or you can purchase them online at Superdrug here for £3.49. 

The feather effect of these polishes to me is more like sprinkles... ice cream sprinkles! On the Money consists of green, blue and yellow sprinkles/matte glitter and is held in a clear base, so a base nail polish is needed, but that is why I actually love this nail polishes as you can create so many different nail looks with them.

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As for can see in the top right image I applied 2/3 coats over a green nail polish base to give an opaque look to the nails which can be done with any nail polish base. This really does make for a feather effect on the nails.

But for a totally different look you can just apply one coat of the feather effect nail polish like in the other images, which gives a really nice finish. I especially love how the nail polish looks against the white nails (Avon's French Manicure - White) but this could also look great against any pastel shade or even a bright yellow or green. 

For the price the Invogue Feather Effect Nail Polishes really are great and fun to use.

I'm now really keen to purchase Parakeet and Jaye Bird as they both look perfect for summer! 

Fee xo.

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