Festive Spring

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.

Witchipoo Nails!

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!!)

One Step Close to Being a Mermaid

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!