Bianca Miller London Launches 5 Nude Hues Collection – Vegan and Cruelty Free Nail Polishes

After huge success of her nude hosiery range, business entrepreneur and BBC apprentice 2014 runner up Bianca Miller and her team took on board their customers valuable feedback and decided to enter the Green Beauty market with her 5 nude hues offering, launching via her website Bianca Miller London tomorrow please god.

Ahead of the launch, and with Bianca Miller‘s consent, I thought I would treat my audience, readers and followers with a sneek peek of what’s to come…

First Thoughts

Now for me, the two things that immediately made these vegan and cruelty free nail polishes stand out from it’s competitors are it’s gel based formula and the cost, which retails at a very affordable and super competitive £6.99. Being a green beauty advocate myself I know that vegan nail polish brands typically retail between £8.50 – £12.00.

A Closer Look At Bianca Miller London 5 Nudes Collection


The 5 gorgeous offerings in the nude hues collection are as follows (from left to right)

Success, described as a powdery porcelain nude.

Desire, a fair nude with light and peachy undertones.

Dream, a middle nude with a pinkish brown undertones.

Believe, a sensual smoky pink nude hue and Pride, a deep chocolaty brown hue with a red undertone.

The 5 nude hues in this collection were created to provide nude option for women of all skin tones.

The BML team says “They are not skin tone shades but rather nude hues chosen to compliment a variety of skin tones“.

Each shade is such that most skin tones can wear all of the colours in the collection depending on the look they want to go for.

Now if that wasn’t enough to get you excited and set your alarms for the launch of the nail polishes tomorrow morning please god , Bianca Miller London will also be offering The Gel Collection.

A Closer Look At Bianca Miller London The Gel Collection


Whilst we all LOVE the sophisticated look wearing nude hues and colourway gives tell me a person that doesn’t LOVE a pop of colour to perfectly complement an ensemble?

I personally feel the BML team got this collection spot on with these three vibrant and ever striking offerings.

From left to right you have LOVE, an indulgent but classic red. Inspire, a classic cherise pink and Shine, a luxurious rose gold with a density glitter finish.

The Gel Collection will be launching with the 3 colours as mentioned above and new shades will be added to the collection on a seasonal basis much to my delight. I’m personally hoping for a coral type colour to be formulated soon now that Spring and Summer months are upon us (I wonder if they’ll take the hint?).

The BML team says “These are the bright, vibrant, classic or seasonal shades often popular with women throughout the year and provides a great alternative to nude Shades”.

5 FREE Formula

Bianca Miller London’s unique formulation provides a creamy, gel like texture, with a volumizing finish and long lasting glossy shine. The range of nail polishes are vegan, cruelty free and made without any harmful or potentially toxic ingredients. This means they are..

  • Free from Toluene, Formaldehyde, DPB, Formadehyde Resin and Camphor.
  • Not tested on animals.
  • Approved for use by USA (FDA) and Europe Cosmetic Regulation.

 Editor’s Picks

What can I say, ALL hues and colours in both collections are equally beautiful but if I were pushed to choose a few favourites, these will be believe and Pride from the 5 nude hues collection and Inspire from The Gel Collection.

What I truly LOVE about the entire range are their empowering, uplifting and motivating names! Should a woman ever feel a bit blah for whatever reason, the GIRL BOSS within her will be woken up, leaving her with confidence to conquer whatever she puts her mind to.

I genuinely hope you’re all as excited as I am for the launch of these vegan nail polishes. In the meantime be sure to follow Bianca Miller London on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for the latest news and product updates.

  • Kate Eccles

    I love the nude collection and they are something I’d definitely look into as I am trying to buy kinder cosmetics. Thank you for linking up with #KCACOLS and we hope you join us again.

  • Tracey

    I love those nude shades! I would never think about buying vegan beauty products, probably because the ingredients are not really highlighted, will have to pay more attention to what is inside my cosmetics! #kcacols

  • Kelly-Anne Combes

    Those shades look like the perfect matches for most. #KCACOLS

  • From the pictures I really like the ‘dream’ with the pinky undertone. Really good review and I would probably wear all of them if I had the set.

  • Sara

    Yeay! I love hearing about more vegan products (cosmetics especially) coming out! Thanks for sharing #KCACOLS

  • Mum’s The Word

    Oo I love a good nude colour! Especially with empowering names. Thanks for sharing 🙂 #KCACOLS

  • tracey bowden

    I love nude nail varnish and the names for these are great too. I’m definitely a ‘success’ colour girl #kcacols