I wanted to find new ways to use an old favorite (Chanel Lilac) with a Christmas collection polish (Sephora’s Sugar Plum Faries Gone Wild) year round.
A fun look for Halloween! I did some stamping using MoYou London Gothic Plates and one of the plates by Vivid Lacquer. I started with bases– Zoya Keiko (the purple) and Sinful Colors Happy Ending (the green). I added two coats of Digital Nails’ The Wights of their Eyes, a blue shimmer tinted glow in the dark topcoat. After waiting to dry, I stamped with Cult Nails’ Nevermore (an opaque black creme). And voila! Perfect for Halloween.
I just really love lilac nailcolour! next best thing to a nude nail for me!
My first gelish (shellac) manicure. Loved it and totally worth it (its not even that expensive when you realise how long it lasts!!)
I used three coats of Polish Me Silly – Mermaid Tears nail polish and a base & top coat using Essie Help Me Grow. Mermaid Tears is a color changing nail polish, polish turns into a lime green when I’m work and a forest green shade when I’m cold. Most of the time it’s 50/50 giving that pretty ombre look.
I was getting bored over the Bank Holiday and the wet weather in London wasn’t helping much so I decided to add some colour to the weekend and try this look!
I used a Rimmel nail colour and used some Revlon nail sparkle on top to create this look. It’s a cute-sy springtime look to carry!