A limited-edition collection of shades that accentuate nails with a touch of pop, fantasy and trend
You can probably tell by now, from the colour theme of my blog layout, that I like pastels. I’m not sure if I could wear pastel coloured clothes all the time (and I only have a few pieces) but when it comes to products, I do like to opt for “pretty” colours most of the time. You know, within reason, I don’t like to go overboard on anything in particular. “Too much of a good thing…” and all that!

When I saw these limited edition nail lacquers from Estée Lauder, I thought I just had to blog and share this! It’s almost the same colours as my Links footer below this post (just need to replace the yellow button with a pink one)! If you haven’t already seen these on various social networking sites, the new nail polish range from Estée Lauder is named Heavy Petals. There are give shades available and each 9ml bottle is priced at £14.50 and is available at Estée Lauder counters for a limited time throughout January. The collection is inspired by Paris in Spring with the capture of romance, flower markets, children’s carousels and delectable macarons.

I have a couple of red shades from the permanent range and I can’t wait to purchase a couple from Heavy Petals. These polishes are high shine and super glossy, fast drying and long lasting. I love all  five shades and even though we have some sort of dupe in either one or all of the five colours, but when has that ever stopped us buying more polishes to add to our ever growing collection! 🙂
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19 thoughts on “S/S 13 Beauty Trend: Heavy Petals by Estée Lauder

  1. The teal and coral colors are pretty! Doesn't matter that I already have about ten different shades of teal, though I suppose it's just a girl thing 😉

  2. These are so nice. I love names especially that the green is called Absinthe. Gives the pastels a little edge. I don't think I can justify £14.50 on a nail polish at the moment though which is a CRYING shame ! M xo

  3. I was going to say these would be gorgeous for S/S, then noticed the post title. I'm a big fan of pastel nails. Coral Cult is especially right down my street 🙂

    Jo, x

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