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Leighton Denny Apricot blush & Strike a Pose nail polish review

Hey lovelies,

When the seasons change and the evenings get lighter and the days get warmer, I like to switch things up with regards to my nail polish. preferring lighter fresher shades.

I do however expect a lot from any nail polish I use, for one it has to dry fairly quick, it has to apply easily preferably using only a couple of strokes to cover each nail, and it has to last. I do not have the patience to wait ages for my nails to dry, only for them to chip the next day.

So when I tried these polishes from Leighton Denny* I did have high expectations. I choose the shades Apricot blush, which as the name suggests is a gorgeous Apricot shade, and Strike a pose a pink/red glitter shade, perfect to use as an accent colour with the Apricot, I love them together.

I must admit I am really impressed with the quality of these Leighton Denny* polishes, they dry really bloody quick no waiting ages not being able to do anything for fear of smudging my nails, they apply easily and they last several days before starting to show signs of wear. which I think is pretty good considering I am tapping away at a keyboard every day at work.

Overall I have been really happy with these nail polishes, and would defo add more colours from their range to my collection.

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