Only Fingers + Toes Nail Lacquer - Krypton



Neutral nails are always a winner for that chic and understated everyday look. Even though springtime is usually known for the pastels and slightly brighter shades, I just can't resist the taupes, especially when we're still having winter weather! Only Fingers And Toes are a London-based nail lacquer brand I only heard about recently, but they've already given me a great first impression. This greyish beige shade called Krypton* is from their elements range (inspired by the elements on the periodic table) and both the science and the Superman geek in me loves the name!

Attention to detail is clearly important to this brand, packaging their nail lacquers in stylish boxes to give an instant feel of luxury. The 5-free formula gets a thumbs up from me as it applies nicely with no streaks and it's fast drying too. This particular shade looks darker on the nails than it does in the bottle as it takes 2-3 coats to be fully opaque. Without a topcoat, I notice some minor signs of wear after about three days, but with a topcoat the lasting power is much more impressive with no chips for the best part of a week.

Priced at £16.00 to reflect the quality, it's definitely a high-end nail product. I think an individually boxed nail lacquer would make such a nice gift! I know I'll be looking forward to treating myself to more shades from the range! You can find O.F.A.T exclusively online at onlyfingersandtoes.com and at Harvey Nichols.

What do you think of Krypton? Have you tried Only Fingers + Toes before?
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11 comments :

  1. I've never tried this brand! But, after taking a look at their website, Maharani, Nitrogen, and Osaka have caught my eye. I also think Shanghai would be pretty for spring.

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    1. Love your choices! Nitrogen and Shanghai look amazing :) x

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  2. This looks like a lovely, high end brand. Rach xx

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    1. They're lovely, worth trying out if you ever fancy treating yourself :) x

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  3. I've been looking at OFAT for a while now since coming across them at work, the price just really puts me off as it is so expensive so its great to read your review on the polish before trying them out. Do you think they are really worth the high price tag compared to other 5 free brands? xxx

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    1. Hmm, well to be honest I usually pay anywhere from £11-£14 for 5free - in terms of formula they're on par with some of my favourites, so the extra couple of pounds would account for the luxury box packaging I guess. They're really nice for special occasions and gifts :) x

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  4. The packaging looks so wonderful and I love the look of this shade <3

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  5. I love how unique this shade is! Neutral shades would have to be my all-time favourite too - very chic like you say :)

    Style Sunrise ☀

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  6. Love this shade, can't resist a pretty taupe! x

    Evelyn @ We Were Raised By Wolves

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