Last weekend I added to a growing collection of Max Factor Max Effect Mini Nail Polishes with Graffiti 44 and Dazzling Blue 14. Despite the fact that I'm not at all a fan of mini polishes, I keep being drawn back the the array of colours offered by the Max Effect Collection.
Graffiti is a great example of a polish that really needs to be in a bigger bottle with a bigger brush - great colour, but needs a broader sweep and for me not to have to spend my time digging around in the bottle to get enough on my brush. I just think it's a tad too thick for a mini bottle. The fact is I inevitably polish my nails at night in front of the TV. During the day there are far too many demands on my attention to allow for drying time. I used to do it......and I'd end up wandering round with only one hand done.......like I was trying to start some bizarre fashion trend. So when I take pics the next morning, many a fault is revealed - mostly only in the High Definition world of pics - but if you're a Blogger that matters. Here however the shortcomings were obvious to the naked eye. The short brush with a thicker polish had produced what looked like tip wear - see, not making me any happier about mini bottles here :(
There are 36 shades of Max Factor Max Effect Mini Nail Poilshes costing £3.99 each - Currenlty a pound off in Superdrug.