Friday, 28 November 2014

enail - personalised nail varnish giveaway


Who doesn't love gorgeous nail polish?

Well, what if you could select from a range of on-trend colours, have the bottles personalised with your own individual message; have then beautifully packaged and securely delivered by post?  Sounds perfect right?

Well, you need to check out enail who do exactly that.

I have to say, I'm super impressed with the service from start to finish.

The website is incredibly easy to navigate and it's straightforward to choose your 3 colours (well, after you've deliberated on which lush shades to pick). The step by step process allows you to choose from a range of pretty gift boxes and to personalise the bottles with your own message - whether that's a Christmas message for a friend, a birthday wish on a gift or just something warm and fuzzy to yourself.  Hell, you can write whatever you like on it!

If you're sending this as a Christmas present, there's also the option to add a gift card with a message, and you can be safe in the knowledge it will be beautifully wrapped, securely packaged and delivered direct to the recipient.



The polishes themselves are great quality, gliding on smoothly and covering evenly.  I chose metallic shades, inspired by the peacock feather box I selected, and I love the sheen and sparkle they give.  So far they appear to be hard-wearing and are resisting chips.


I placed my order one day and they arrived the next so I can't fault them on speed of delivery either.  You also get a free top coat with each order.

If you'd like to place an order for yourself, or maybe as a Christmas gift, readers can use discount code DISC10 at checkout until 31 January 2015 for 10% off the regular price of £19.95.

In addition, I'm happy to say that the lovely people over at enail are giving one lucky reader a free set of 3 polishes which you can personalise yourself. To be in with a chance, simply complete the rafflecopter below.  Leave me a comment to say which is your favourite colour.  To do this, you'll need to go to the design page, click on 'colours' and hover over your chosen colour to find the name.




One person will be chosen at random to receive a code for a free box of three polishes.  Open to UK entrants only, giveaway closes at midnight on Saturday 6th December 2014.  The prize will be fulfilled by enail.co.uk

Best of luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway
Disclosure: I was sent a box of 3 polishes for the purpose of this review.  All opinions are my own.

80 comments:

  1. Magnificent Mint is gorgeous :)

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  2. So hard to choose Into the Blue is lovely but I think Sizzling cobalt just edges ahead.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  3. Autumn Blush is lovely.

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  4. Ferret pink!

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  5. I like the Manicure Pink, Pale pink French Manicure, thanks for the ,lovely giveaway.

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  6. Racy Royal :) thank you for the fab giveaway x

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  7. Love the Magnificent Mint !! x

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  8. Diamond Dust

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  9. Sizzling Cobalt,
    Vibrant royal blue glitter

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  10. All Guns Blazing is lovely. There are so many gorgeous colours though!

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  11. Rippling Raspberry,
    Delicious raspberry pearl

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  12. Parma, a great shade for any occasion

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  13. Ferret pink! I love ferrets and the colour pink, lol.

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  14. Rippling Raspberry,

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  15. Diamond dust is very pretty <3

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  16. Raspberry Chrome Holographic. :)

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  17. I love the Red or Dare - especially for Christmas :)

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  18. Racy Royal,
    Cobalt glitter for fingers and toes! Gorgeous <3

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  19. Rippling Raspberry,
    Delicious raspberry pearl

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  20. So many lovely colours, I love the aqua marine

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  21. diamond dust

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  22. I love these 2 so much I couldn't choose!

    Racy Royal,
    Cobalt glitter for fingers and toes!

    Rippling Raspberry,
    Delicious raspberry pearl

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