NOTD - All About Face Scarlett Red

After discovering Barry M's Bright Red last week I was on the hunt for another lovely red nail polishes - I wanted something abit more wearable that would suit what ever I was wearing or doing. 
 So while shopping at Tesco avoiding the skincare aisle (due to this) I spotted this lovely raspberry red nail polishes at only £1!! 

Yes, I really said £1 !
(2 coats of Scarlett Red with no topcoat)

Okay, the bottle isn't all that pretty with it's white top and cheap All About Face sticker. But do I really care! 
What is important to me is the colour and the colour is perfect. It also applies really well for being so cheap and there are no streaks. 

As for chipping it does have quite abit of tip wear after 2 days however a good topcoat combats that!

Other than that this is a great nail polish for such a cheap price that I thought I'd share with you all.


  1. Wow! Such a bright red! I love it for nails, stylish but at the same time fresh! Don't you think it would pair MAC Ladybug lipstick beautifully?

  2. Wow love this color and it looks great with your skin tone. I love red nail polishes.

  3. That is absolutely gorgeous! I'll pick one of these up next time I go food shopping :D

  4. wow what a bargain!will have to pick one these up!

  5. red looks gorgeous on you. When I wear red polish I look like a street walker.


  6. Love a bargain polish :) That colour is so cute, too.

    Meant to say that I tried some nail art yesterday and boy, it was dreadful! I need to steady my hand before I go for it again!

    Rach x

  7. I'm a huge fan of red lipstick, but I've been wearing so much lately that my lips have been feeling dry and cracking. You can check out this site and to manage their college work easily. It's time for a new color. Scarlett Red is the perfect mix of bright and dark reds - it's really flattering on any skin tone. Plus, it won't make your lips feel like they're going to fall off!

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