Coloristiq UK’s First Online Nail Polish Rental Service Review/Swatch


I love nail polishes, who does not love nail polishes? I have so many nail varnishes and some of them I have not touched yet. I just buy and collect, buy and collect. They are too many really to use them all before they go thick and kind of gloopy. I love the concept Coloristiq came with, you are hiring nail varnishes from your own wish list on their website, how COOL is that?

Coloristiq offers multi-brand, online nail polish rental service. They are the UK’s answer to the problem of dried up and unused nail polish. They provide their members with access to a range of over 170 of salon quality colours including brands like: China Glaze, Essie, OPI and Morgan Taylor, delivered monthly to your door. Upon subscribing, you will receive three bottles of high quality nail polish to enjoy at home for a period of 30 days, allowing for three paintings per bottle. Yes, that means nine applications per month, for only £14.49, with post and packaging included. Once the bottles are returned for free, the next three shades will be on their way. It really is that simple! It is like having your own nail salon at home. So now you no longer have to own nail polish to wear some or feel guilty about throwing away half full but dried-up bottles. Coloristiq is the place where you get new nail polishes every month.

With this subscription you get to try new nail polishes and new brands and you don’t have to spend £8 to £14 per bottle and you use them only few times. The three nail polishes arrive in impressive packaging, each nail polish covered in yellow protective glove, it prevents bottles getting damaged or broken in transit. And it also prevents any scratches on the bottle. Don’t throw away any of the packaging as you will need them while you send your polishes back. Coloristiq inspect each bottle closely before they send them out again to ensure that members will enjoy painting their nails and the colour will last a long time. Once the bottles are returned they carefully sanitize each bottle to ensure the highest hygiene standards.

I have received three gorgeous shades and they are perfect for spring and I am going to use them a lot this spring. I have been sent 2 china glaze nail polishes and 1 essie. The shades are More to Explore, Highlight of my Summer and essie 287.

Good News! Coloristiq were so kind and they gave me a special offer for my all readers. The readers of my blog have been offered one month’s free trial of the Coloristiq Nail Varnishes Package. All you have to do is register yourself on their website and then email Coloristiq at info@coloristiq.com with my code SilkyResh1 and your first moth will be manually refunded. Go check it out and Register here. If you have any questions check out their FAQ section, You will get all the answers there, alternatively you can also drop an email to them.

Overall Coloristiq nail polish subscription service is a wonderful idea! If you are fond of nail polishes and does not want to spend too much on nail polishes just to use once or sometimes not at all then Coloristiq’s service is ideal. What do you think about Coloristiq’s nail polish rental service? Is it something you are looking forward to try? Are you already a member of Coloristiq?

Thank you,

SilkyResh

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17 thoughts on “Coloristiq UK’s First Online Nail Polish Rental Service Review/Swatch

    • yes I agree with you, i feel like I should not buy full size nail polish just to use 3-4 times. and yes with Coloristiq you get to try new shades and brands, it is amazing concept. Thank you anne for stopping by ❤

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