Eyeko Nail Polish Reviews
Product Type: Eyeko makeup
Description:Brand: Eyeko / Type: Nail Varnish / Subcategory: Nail Polish / Suitable for: Nails & Eye
Newest Review: ... that it's no longer available to purchase! I am going to miss this polish a lot when my bottle runs out and I'm already ... more
Customer Eyeko Nail Polish Reviews (5)
by - written on 05/08/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I am a BIG fan of anything that will make my bitten down, grotty nails look even slightly better so when I haven't got my falsies on you can be sure they are painted one colour or another which obviously means I have tried and tested a lot of nail varnish over the years. Now when it comes to make-up I'm not to fussy about price as Ive often found that some of the cheaper items Ive picked up over the years have been better so when I saw these cute little bottles going on ASOS the other day for just £1.50 I knew I had to get some but I limited myself to just one of these "Eyeko Nail Polishes" just in case they weren't as great as I hoped they would be. I'm going . Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Eyeko Nail Polish It is the asos sale and on the beauty section of their site, I saw that they had these nail polishes and there were only four shades available. So I got the black colour called vamp polish for nasty nails and I also got the turquoise pale blue shimmery colour called pastel polish for nice nails. But the packaging that it shown in the picture is the one that I have and which I really really like is not available any more! They have brought out a new packaging for them (but they are the same colours and they also have some new ones). But the old packaging pictured is super cute, they look like miniature milk bottles and to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/12 (Very useful, 269 readings)
My nails are naturally very long and I always make an effort with their up-keep to ensure they're looking good. It can be time consuming to stick to a full-on nail care routine with soaking, shaping cuticles, filing, preparing and painting. After you've gone through all that effort you want a lasting result that will make your nails look fabulous. I used to be a big fan of the Eyeko brand and had a bit of a shopping spree where I purchased a whole bunch of things from their different product lines. Sadly, the Eyeko brand has had an overhaul and most of my favourite products were discontinued, including this nail polish. You can view the current Eyeko range at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/11 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I purchased a couple of these nail polishes when they were on offer for the bargain price of £2! I just checked the website however to find out the current RRP of them for you all to find that they are now £5 each, this isn't too bad a price for a good nail polish, however the thing that bugs me the most about these products is the size of them, they are tiny! Anyway, more about this later :P Packaging: I've said it before, but I love eyeko's packaging style, it's so unusual and ever so cute, a lot of their products have little anime images on them, and in particular the nail polishes are all individually designed for their colour. The ones I purchased were ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/11 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I received my first Eyeko Nail Polish in a swap from Big wardrobe, it wasn't in the deal it was something she had thrown in extra for me and the shade was 'pretty polish.' This is the top left polish in the picture above, this is a light baby pink, it is really soft and a neutral colour, I found I had to apply two coats of this before I got a strong colour, I didn't mind this because I usually put to coats of varnish on my nail anyway, I tried this on my toes first in case the colour was hideous on me. Surprisingly, it made my feet look and feel really feminine and rather cute and dainty which I loved, so I applied to my hands as well. It took three coats on ... Read the complete review
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