Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Leighton Denny Brilliance Nail Treatment Regime

Today I have something a little different for you all, a trio from Leighton Denny, which is called the Brilliance Nail Treatment Regime.

This set comes with a Brilliance Nail Polish Remover, Brilliance Serum and Brilliance Shield.

This trio is designed for dull, discoloured and yellow nails.  Now even with the amount of polish I wear, my nails are normally in alright condition, but I am never really confident enough to wear them in public without polish.

I thought this trio might come in handy for this purpose.  The only issue with this set is that it doesn't come with a leaflet or anything on how the product should be used, such as how often etc.  However, saying this, the Remover is pretty self explanatory, the Serum has a note on the back which advises to apply the serum for no more than 5 minutes then rinsem, and the Shield advises it is a protective top coat.  So this is the order I used them in.

I had been wearing a dark blue polish and as anyone who has worn one knows, these can be a little messy during removal.  I used my normal remover to take off the polish and them used the Brilliance one, I was surprised how much blue was on the cotton wool after this, and my nails didn't look even a little stained.

I then used the Serum and left on for about 5 minutes and then washed my handx thoroughly, and lastly used the Shield over my bare nails.

Now this is something you don't see often but thanks to this little trio I am actually not that uncomfortable showing you this, I even didn't wear polish to work and got compliments on how healthy my nails looked.

So all in all, I was happy with this product and will definetly be using it again.

You can pick this Leighton Denny set, and other Nail Polish products, from QVC and there are a few other types of trio like this one, Bio- Active - for weak and fragile nails - and Hydra-Flex - for dry and damaged nails.

Thanks for looking <3

The products in this post were sent to me for review.

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