Nails Of The Day: Nailberry Cherry Chérie

I read  that the nail polish sales went up recently, and I am not surprised.  While we can’t go out and get our nails done, it’s still really nice to have  a beautiful nail polish on.  Having red nails is one of my favourite things ever, and I am not going to stop painting them just because I don’t go out.

I have posted about so many red nail polishes (even a few weeks ago) over the years, and here is the latest edition – Nailberry Cherry Chérie.

It is a perfect Spring/Summer colour, a bright, juicy, vibrant beauty.  I’ve got it because it was described as  “upbeat red-orange”, and being a big fan of such shades I had to have it.

However, it is not really an orange-red, more of a coral, in my opinion. In fact, I’ve asked a few friends to describe the colour, and they all said it was “coral”. Don’t get me wrong, I really love it, it’s just not what I expected. I don’t think there were swatches online when I’ve bought it some time ago.

The nail polish itself is really nice. First of all, I love the  bottle, it’s just an aesthetics delight. Very chic and slick.

I also love the wide and thin brush, that’s my personal favourite type. Easy to use, and pretty much mess-free.

As for the formula, it is impressive, too. I find that it goes on smoothly and is opaque with one layer.

It is also important to mention that the formula is water permeable, breathable and oxygenated.  As well as 12 free (without Phthalates, including DBP, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Camphor, Xylene, Ethyl Tosylamide, Triphenyl Phosphate, Alcohol, Parabens, Animal Derivatives and Gluten).

This all is pretty impressive.  So it makes sense that Nailberry (how cool is the name?) have won multiple awards.

My swatch is in direct sunlight with no filters or editing. It looks a lot brighter with different lighting.

The price is £14.50/£15 from  Love Lula and  from John Lewis, Feel Unique

Speaking of luxury nail varnishes, now I would really love to try Kure Bazaar (from Love Lula) Have been meaning to do it for ages. The question is which red to choose?

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