The color didn't impress me in the bottle, but it knocked my socks off when I put it on. Baker Street is a super-bright cobalt blue creme, and words do not do it justice. This polish is GORGEOUS. If you like blue nail polish, then it's a must-have. And if you don't like blue polishes, give this one a try- it might make you change your mind. There are a million blues out there, this one reigns supreme. Recommended- would definitely repurchase.
Its such a beautiful colour! Im kinda spoiled by easiness and shine of Essies polishes and this one is not as good in these aspects but the colour is truly amazing! I got it in this lovely crystal cap bottle and its truly an eye-candy :)
This is an awesome cobalt blue polish. So shiny and attention-getting. I get so many compliments.
I have had a mostly hate relationship with nails inc lacquers but have now come to realise that I only ever bought multi sets from qvcuk and they must have been of poorer quality for some reason they would just chip and literally peel off within a day so I just gave up and moved on to OPI which I love. Must admit I had this colour in a set and when on it was such a beautiful royal blue really striking and was gutted when it peeled off after washing up!. So when I saw this sold alone on amazon I thought I'd give it one last chance to see if it was because of qvc quality and I was correct! I've had this on for 5 days now no chips or peeling and have had lots of compliments!. I have always loved nails inc caviar base and top coat even if the lacquers were poor at the time and it really works on any lacquer brand you buy. So I guess it's buyer beware when you purchase multi sets I'd rather pay more and get the quality and give this brand credit it deserves!.
i hate the packaging.. im so use to opi's brush and bottle shape and i definitely prefer it. the color is a rich cobalt blue unlike any other polish i've ever seen. i'd normally never pay the price that these polishes cost($12 in canada) but this was such a pretty unique color that i had to get it. i was kinda disappointed in the color when im inside, but as soon as i step outside or into brighter lighting, the color just pops out. the application is smooth and it dries in a decent amount of time. i'd definitely recommend and i may just buy this again if i ever run out.
another huge plus to this polish is that it doesnt stain my nails blue, like many other blue polishes.
Baker Street, you beautiful thing! Why hasn't a listing for you been started before?
I own several Nails Inc polishes, mostly the glitter ones b/c their glitter quality/density is really excellent. What I hate most about this brand is the $9.50 price, but it's the same price as OPI & Sephora-OPI so the splurge for something blingy is worth it when other brands don't have exact dupes of what you want (that's the case here).
Baker Street is a gorgeous, bright, neon cobalt/royal blue creme that's opaque in 1 coat. It applies smooth & rich, which prevents any dreaded streaking or cuticle flooding. But the 2nd coat can be goopy, so I have to be careful or just forgo it altogether.
This hot color has been out of stock @ the local Sephora stores for a while, so in the meantime I collected a bunch of similar blue cremes which are pretty in their own right but none of them match the shade & brightness of Baker St. Finally, I landed this color last wk & am wearing it now - beautiful, bright, gorgeous, unique. It's not a flat blue & doesn't darken or change color after applying topcoat like some other blues I have (that's you, Pure Ice French Kiss...though you're still beautiful as a medium navy).
LA Girl Disco Brites 'Deejay' is a close & very pretty second (great price for $2.50), but there's no match for Baker Street that I've seen yet. It's worth buying even if you already have a lot of blues like me. It's absolutely eye catching & unusual, & it's not so loud like a neon pink/orange - it attracts attention but doesn't make you feel self-conscious or obvious.