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Thursday, 27 June 2013

What's on my nails #6



Hi Guys

Apologises for the gap in posts but have just needed some time off from blogging to see if something else I am working on will grow.

This post has a twist instead of showing you what is on my nails I decided to do what's on my mums because I prefer the design which I did on her more than mine so hope you forgive me for showing hers.

I have used Essie Sensitivity Base Coat which I find is the best base coat I have used to date. Feelunique see this and it can be purchased for £8.55 here. I think I paid around £3 for mine at The Original Factory Store so it may be worth checking in there. I know I say the same ever time but you really do need to own this. I have found mine again as you may know I lost my version of this.

For the Green I used MUA Pistachio Ice Cream I know that this is a dupe for Essie  Candy Apple and I will be comparing the two soon. I applied two coats of this and found this to be enough coverage for what my mum what she wanted. I would recommend you guys to purchase this lovely polish as it is only £1 available here. I know currently superdrug don't have any of this shade available but keep checking back because it will come back in stock. 

To create the silver dots I used Revlon nail art French mix in Chance encounter and the silver one of the duo. I found the dots easy to apply just using the brush that it comes with. I was going to use the Barry M nail art pens but can't seem to get on with them. I picked these up on TK Maxx with another three for around £5.99. I have found them online for you guys over on Amazon again at £1.76 plus £1.99 p+p and they can be found here. I look forward to using these a lot more in the future and seeing what looks I can create with them 

Finally to seal my nail varnish I used Sally Hanson Hard As Nails which is the best top coat that I have used that is clear. I did pick this bottle that I am using up in The Original Factory Store for £3. You can purchase this from Boots here.

What colours do you use when doing dots?

Charlotte x






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