I’ve been wearing the manicure I’m about to show you for about a week now but I still haven’t decided whether I like it or not! I’ll leave you to decide…
I started with a white nail varnish, CND Vinylux Cream Puff, then added a plethora of shades, I can’t remember which exact ones. I mainly used China Glaze, I think some of the shades I used are: For Audrey, Spontaneous, Tart-Y For The Party, Neon & On & On. The black polish I used is Jessica Black Lustre.
I felt like it somehow didn’t look finished so I decided to add some studs. Too much? I don’t know, haha! I do like the colour scheme though. The studs I used are 2mm square pastel & neon studs from Born Pretty Store. I’ve been dying to incorporate them into a nail look! The stud wheel is currently on sale for just $4.59. I can highly recommend it! The studs are so gorgeous.
Hope you like it. Let me know in the comments below!
Today I have a review that features swatches and a nail art manicure, using the new PUPA Milano Nail Art Mania kit! I’ve featured one of these kits on my blog before (review here) so I was pretty excited to try the new kit! PUPA released three new types of these nail art kits, called Fluffy Velvet, Crazy Lurex and Party Queen. You can find the full range of these at Pretty Polish.
This is the Fluffy Velvet kit in the shade Petrol, a gorgeous deep bluish green. As the name suggests, it’s a velvet nails kit that comes with flocking powder. The kit also comes with a very neat (and super soft!) brush to swipe off the excess velvet powder. The printed nail on the box also seems to be covered in a fuzzy material which I thought was a super cute touch. I also couldn’t stop rubbing it haha! IT’S SO FLUFFY!
First up I have a swatch of the nail polish that comes in this kit. It’s a gorgeous deep petrol shade. The formula was a little on the thicker side but overall quite smooth. I needed just two coats for flawless coverage. As you can see the finish is very shiny too! The polish that comes in this kit holds 5ml so it’s technically a mini (regular PUPA nail polishes are 5ml too), though the brush that comes in this bottle is regular sized and very easy to use. Definitely a plus for me!
Next up is a “swatch” of the fluffy velvet! Doesn’t it look so awesome? I’m personally a huge fan of velvet nails, I think they look gorgeous. If you’re not sure how to apply these, I have a step-by-step tutorial here. I don’t have any issues with staying power, velvet nails always last pretty well with me and still look nice after a few days. These were no exception!
Finally I also created a fun and simple nail art to show a different way of using the Fluffy Velvet kit. I think the velvet works great as an accent nail, you could even create designs with it! On my ring finger I started by applying a coat of white nail polish, then I added strips of striping tape, painted a coat of the PUPA Petrol shade on top and applied the velvet powder. Once you remove the striping tape it reveals an awesome striped design. Love it! Once again I’m very impressed with the PUPA Nail Art Mania kit, all the products in this set are of very high quality.
You can find this PUPA Milano Fluffy Velvet kit for €15.50 at PrettyPolish.nl as well as the entire range of PUPA Nail Art Mania kits! Make sure to check out Pretty Polish as the lovely owner Petra also stocks many other great brands such as China Glaze, piCture pOlish, NCLA, Zoya, and more! She is located in The Netherlands but ships internationally. Make sure to use my code EMILY for a 10% off discount when you order!
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What do you think of this kit? Do you like velvet nails? Let me know in the comments!
Apologies for my lack of posts recently… Life has been a bit tough for my family and I, so I’ve not had as much time or energy to put into my blog. I’m not leaving you just yet though! I have a very exciting post today featuring no less than THREE nail art manicures. I’ve been busy trying out the upcoming Nail Art Society kit called Accent With Attitude. Let’s take a look!
Here’s a peek of what you may expect in your upcoming NAS Accent With Attitude kit. This lovely kit was curated by my fellow Nail Art Society Renowned Artist Emily of The Lacquerologist. Each kit comes with one Mint nail shade, a selection of 3 Hex Nail Jewelry charms and square gold studs. You will also receive a bonus nail art tweezer as shipping was a bit delayed this month.
As you will receive either a Mint shade in Sweet Liberty, Czarina, or Buttered Rum I’ve created three looks using each of these colours. Let’s take a look!
First up is my look created with the Mint nail polish shade in Sweet Liberty. A gorgeous vibrant red creme which needs just two coats for flawless coverage. I’m a sucker for a great creme so this has to be my favourite shade out of the three! The formula was just magnificent! I created a simple black and white leopard print on top of the red nails using my ORLY Instant Artist black and white stripers that came in a NAS kit a few months back. I added the large “I Do Nails” Hex charm on top of a black accent nail. Love this look!
Next I created another look using Buttered Rum which is a very interesting colour. it’s a brownish tan shade with gorgeous rose gold shimmer. I needed three coats for perfect coverage. I decided to pair this shade up with the “Bee” charm and a floral print. There’s no bees without flowers so I figured they were a perfect match! For my florals I used China Glaze Pink-Ie Promise, China Glaze Ahoy!, Essie Da Bush, Priti NYC Lambs Ears and my Orly Instant Artist black and white stripers.
And finally this teal and gold look using Mint polish Czarina which means “Wife of a Russian Czar/Emperor”. This shade has an ever so subtle duochrome effect so the finish was a little sheerer. I used around 3-4 coats but it’s such a stunning teal, totally worth it! I used the “Owl No 1″ charm which is by far my favourite! It’s so beautiful and delicate and fits the curve of my nail perfectly. I also added the square studs to this manicure which you will also be getting in your kit. As an accent nail I layered Milani Gold Jewel FX over Barry M Gold Foil Effects. I used the same gold polish for the half moon on my pinkie.
That concludes my looks using the Accent With Attitude kit. It’s a really awesome kit this time! I love the Hex Nail Jewelry charms, they’re easy to use and really add edge to your manicure. You can simply apply them while your top coat is still wet, or use a drop of nail glue if you’re worried about them coming off.
Make sure to check out Nail Art Society if you’re interested in subscribing to this monthly nail art kit (currently US only). Kits are $11.95 a month plus shipping.
Which of these three looks is your favourite? Let me know in the comments!
It’s my birthday tomorrow, 21 November, so I decided to do some birthday nail art today! When I saw Sarah from Chalkboard Nails‘ new distressed nail art tutorial, I knew I had to try them out. I couldn’t believe how quick and easy they were, you would never guess from seeing the finished result. Let’s take a look!
These are my birthday nails to celebrate my 22nd birthday! As I mentioned, I used the grunge nail art tutorial from Chalkboard Nails for the main design. I also added a festive bunting accent nail, now there’s no denying these are birthday nails!
For the grunge/distressed nail art design I used CND Vinylux Cream Puff as a base, piCture pOlish Wisteria, piCture pOlish Sky and piCture pOlish Coral Reef, and Jessica in Black Lustre for the black. For the bunting accent nail I used piCture pOlish White Wedding as a base, then I used Wisteria, Sky and Coral Reef again for the flags and my ORLY Instant Artist striper in black. To add some shine I used CND Vinylux Weekly Top Coat.
Hope you like it! Do you usually do special birthday nail art? Let me know in the comments!
A few weeks ago I entered the giveaway nail artist Chelsea Queen was hosting on her Instagram page, celebrating 100k followers! The prize? A set of 6 of her favourite NCLA shades. I’ve never tried NCLA polishes before so I had to enter! To my surprise I was one of the lucky 5 winners. I couldn’t believe it! A huge thank you to Chelsea & NCLA! Today I’m sharing my swatches of the shades I won. Let’s take a look!
From left to right: NCLA I’m With The Band, NCLA Laurel Canyon Lolita, NCLA As If!, NCLA Santa Monica Shore Thing, NCLA Emerald Bay, NCLA Hollywood Hills Hot Number.
NCLA – I’m With The Band: First up is I’m With The Band, a beautiful coral red with a lovely subtle gold shimmer. I love bright reddish shades like this. They’re so fun and perfect for summer, and for pedicures! I especially loved the subtle shimmer in this one. It really comes to life in the sunshine. This was two coats.
NCLA – Laurel Canyon Lolita: Next is this gorgeous dark fuchsia shade. It’s quite hard to describe, as it’s neither pink nor purple. All I know is that it’s gorgeous! Very classy and vampy without being too dark. This shade is part of the North of Sunset collection. Flawless formula on this one, as well as all the other cremes. I needed just two coats.
NCLA – As If!: I think this is my favourite shade out of the selection of six! It’s a beautiful pastel lavender blurple. I absolutely love shades like this, they’re very flattering on all skintones. Again, just two coats for perfect coverage.
NCLA – Santa Monica Shore Thing: Next is this beautiful mint green. You ladies know how much I love mint greens! I’m actually wearing this one as we speak. It’s been on my nails for three days and I have no chips, only very minor tipwear and it hasn’t lost any of its shine. You won’t need top coat with these as they have an amazing glossy finish on their own. Love! Just two coats again.
NCLA – Emerald Bay: This is the first of the two glitter shades. This one is called Emerald Bay which is part of the Black Market collection. It’s a peacock-y glitter mix that sits in a deep green jelly base. Application was a little tricky with this one as you really need to wait long enough in between coats so you can achieve an even finish. This is great for an accent nail! I simply love the colours of glitter in this one. I used three coats.
NCLA – Hollywood Hills Hot Number: And finally this amazeballs silver holo glitter topcoat. The sun was shining when my package arrived and when the sun hits this… just wow! My swatch doesn’t begin to show how amazing this one sparkles. It’s so gorgeous! I layered one coat over black.
I had pretty high exceptions of NCLA as they are quite high-end, but I’ll be honest, I was truly blown away. The formula on these is great, buttery and smooth, and all the creme shades required only 2 coats for a flawless coverage. Not to mention they have a super glossy shine and dry quickly! I’m in love with NCLA! I also love Chelsea’s picks, she chose some truly stunning colours. Thanks Chelsea!
You can find NCLA online at shopncla.com and you can check their site for stockists. Polishes are around $16 a piece, they are B5-free and contain 15ml. Make sure to take a look as they have really beautiful shades and gorgeous nail wraps with very creative designs.
Have you tried NCLA before? Which is your favourite shade out of these six? Let me know in the comments!
Today I’m back with two of my all time favourite nail art designs! Two classics, a leopard print and an ikat print. They are definitely still my go-to designs when I have no idea what to paint on my nails. I can rustle up a leopard & ikat print in under half an hour and I’m good to go!
This easy leopard print uses the gold from the new China Glaze Happy HoliGlaze collection. I was looking for a shade to paint my nails with this week and ended up picking Mingle With Kringle. On its own, I didn’t think it was very “me” so I ended up adding this leopard print on top. LOVE! You can never go wrong with a leopard print in my opinion. It’s also one of the first freehand nail art designs I ever did, way back when I just started doing nail art! (Embarrassing exhibit A.)
Gold leopard print, polishes used: China Glaze Mingle With Kringle, China Glaze Foie Gras, ORLY Instant Artist water-based striper in black, Seche Vite.
Next up is this ikat print. I first did these in January of 2012 after seeing Mr Candiipants‘ rendition of the NCLA ikat nail wraps. It’s stuck with me ever since! I love that it’s so easy to recreate and has such a bold effect. Definitely one of my all time favourites! I usually use a turquoise or mint base for ikat nails but I love this dusty lavender blue from OPI paired with the peachy Etude House colour. Both of these designs (leopard & ikat) allow endless colour combinations, which makes them so much fun!
Ikat nail art, polishes used: OPI You’re Such A Budapest, Etude House Peach, ORLY Instant Artist water-based striper in white and black, Seche Vite.
What is your go-to nail art design? And which of these two is your favourite? Let me know in the comments below!
Today I finally get to show you my China Glaze Happy Holiglaze swatches! I shoot my photos in natural daylight so I tend to require a nice clear day to swatch. We’ve had some very dark and rainy days in Belgium (and I’ve had a bit of a tough week too) so I only got the chance to swatch these this morning. Finally! Yay!
The China Glaze Happy HoliGlaze collection is, as the name suggests, this years Holiday collection. As you can see the shades are bright and cheerful and the collection includes lots of glitters, foils and shimmers. I do think it’s a bit of a different Holiday collection with some unique colours and finishes. There’s a few real gems in this collection so I hope you’ll check it out! Let’s take a look at the swatches.
China Glaze – There’s Snow One Like You: First up is the texture polish from this collection. If you’ve seen swatches of this shade before, I’m sure you know that it’s received some mixed reviews. It’s not the white texture shade you’d initially expect (e.g. a white version of China Glaze Bump In The Night) as it also has some white hexagon glitters in the mix. On its own, this polish requires 2-3 coats which creates a somewhat uneven and lumpy effect. I was determined to make this shade work for me and I do think I succeeded! This is one layer of There’s Snow One Like You over a white nail polish, China Glaze Snow. The effect is less lumpy though application was still a little tricky. On my pointer finger I layered it too thin, and on my middle finger I applied a coat that was a little too thick. On my ring finger it looks just right! I see this working great for nail art or as an accent nail. I do genuinely like this, especially like this, layered over white.
China Glaze – Elfin’ Around: Next up is Elfin’ Around which is a very unusual shade. It’s a coral foil, which is a shade/finish combination I don’t think I’ve seen before. It’s so different and unique! I think it looks truly stunning. Application was a dream on this one, I required just two coats.
China Glaze – Just Be-Claws: Next is this ah-mazing red jelly that’s packed with red shimmer. It reminds me of China Glaze Ruby Pumps though I am not sure how they compare as I don’t own Ruby Pumps (shock, horror!). It’s a really vibrant and gorgeous red, perfect for the Holiday season. I also think the name of this one is super adorbz! This was three thin coats.
China Glaze – Santa Red My List: This is a gorgeous vibrant pink foil. I don’t think I own a bright pink foil like this yet either? Again, it’s really bright and so pretty. This is a perfect Holiday shade for all the girly girls that prefer pink nails over red. Flawless coverage on this one too, I required only two coats.
China Glaze – Put A Bow On It: Next is this amazing fine glitter. The shade is somewhere in between fuchsia and purple. You can layer this on its own, for which you would need around 3 coats. However, I decided to layer it over black to get the effect I was looking for. This is two coats of Put A Bow On It layered over black, and one layer of top coat. This glitter, as well as the other two fine glitters, have a very matte finish so I definitely recommend using top coat to bring out the sparkles!
China Glaze – Be Merry Be Bright: Another beautiful glitter, this one has small and large purple and pink hex glitters. I layered it over black to make the colours pop. I did have some minor issues with application, the glitters moved around quite a bit so I recommend using a dabbing method for this one. I couldn’t get them to apply as evenly as I wanted to so I had to dab them around a bit to fill in the gaps. However, one coat was enough to get a nice coverage!
China Glaze – You Present Required: This is a bit of a different glitter mix. It includes white glitter, blue, gold, purple, pink and turquoise glitter. A very unusual mix of shades but I do think it looks very pretty! They really go well together. There’s lots of shades you could layer this over but I chose black as this would make the white glitters jump out more! Application was similar to Be Merry Be Bright so I recommend dabbing on the glitter. This was one coat over black.
China Glaze – All Wrapped Up: This is the second fine glitter, similar to Put A Bow On It. The shade of this one is also a bit more unusual too, I’d definitely call this a blurple as it’s not quite blue but not quite purple. It’s seriously stunning! Again I layered two coats over black to get the effect I wanted. I also added a layer of glossy top coat. You have to see this one sparkle in person, it’s so beautiful.
China Glaze – So Blue Without You: This next shade is a very unique one too. It’s a turquoise foil, which I am fairly positive is another shade/finish combo I don’t own in my collection. I definitely get a bit of an ocean or beach vibe with this shade. It’s so vibrant and beautiful. This was three thin coats.
China Glaze – Bells Will Be Blinging: This is definitely a blinging glitter! It’s a vibrant turquoise glitter with holographic bar glitter and gold hex glitter. It’s so awesome! Definitely a really fun glitter. Application was great with this one, I had no issues getting the glitter to spread out nicely. This is one coat over black.
China Glaze – This Is Tree-Mendous: Next up is another amazing fine glitter. This is definitely my favourite out of the three fine glitters in this collection as this one has a multitude of shades, not just one! It’s a green glitter but there’s blue and gold fine glitter in here too, which makes it so vibrant and gorgeous. You simply have to see this one in person! It’s amazing! Possibly my favourite from the entire collection? This is, again, two coats over black with top coat.
China Glaze – Mingle With Kringle: And finally there’s this gold foil fleck shade. It reminds me of a vibrant version of the gold shade in the Autumn Nights collection (Goldie But Goodie). It has a similar finish, though much brighter and this one has more of a foil finish too. It’s truly gorgeous, even more so in person. It almost has a mirror-like finish in some light settings. It’s definitely a must-have gold in my opinion! It’s different enough from the other golds I own so I highly recommend this. I used three thin coats.
That concludes my swatches of the China Glaze Happy HoliGlaze collection! I truly love this collection, what I love most is that it’s very vibrant and bright for a Holiday collection. I don’t tend to wear a lot of vampy shades so these bright colours are right up my alley. There’s a few really unique and gorgeous shades here so I highly recommend you to check out this collection! You’ll be pleasantly surprised!
What’s your favourite shade from this collection? Let me know in the comments! P.s. I have a bonus collage after the jump!
Today I finally bring you my review on the brand new Nanshy Eye Brush Set! I’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of this set. I previously reviewed their other two sets (Face Brush & Luxury Set) which I was so impressed with. They are, next to my Real Techniques brushes, my favourite brushes from my collection so I had very high expectations for the new set! Let’s take a look.
The new Nanshy Eye Brush Set comes with 7 brushes in total, they have sleek white handles similar to the other Nanshy brushes. All 7 brushes have duofibre synthetic bristles and are cruelty free and vegan. The brushes in this set are suitable for eyes, lips and brows so it’s a great set for beginners as it includes almost everything you need! I’ve taken my time to thoroughly test out these brushes for you so now I’m finally sharing my thoughts.
Nanshy Precise Bent Eyeliner: The first brush in this set is an eyeliner brush. It’s definitely very precise! I love using this brush as it’s not too bendy or too stiff, it doesn’t poke your eyelids and allows you to apply liquid eyeliner perfectly. You could use this to line your lips as well. A great multipurpose brush!
Nanshy Angled Detailer: Next up is the Angled Detailer brush. I personally use this to apply eyebrow powder and fill in my brows! It’s just the perfect size, not too wide and it has a slight angle to it as well. Again this is quite soft to the touch and not stiff at all. The bristles are cut perfectly on this!
Nanshy Flat Definer: This is probably my favourite brush out of the entire set! I am obsessed with flat, wide brushes like this one. Recently I’ve been applying a blended line of dark eyeshadow powder on my upper lashline to give me the effect of fuller looking lashes. This brush is perfect for that! It gets right in the lashline and fills in the space between the lashes. Makes a huge difference to the end result of my make-up look.
Nanshy Tapered Crease: Next up is the Tapered Crease brush which is a precise brush for blending eyeshadow in the crease or close to the lashline (lower or upper). These are a nifty little thing to have in your make-up kit! I’ve acquired several of these types of brushes over the past few years and I love using them. This one is very soft yet precise.
Nanshy Eye Crease: This one is similar to the Tapered Crease brush, only a bit larger. It’s also quite precise so this would be great for applying eyeshadow in the crease and blending. Again, a very soft brush that feels great on the skin. It’s very dense with tons of bristles for perfect application.
Nanshy Blending Eyeshadow: My second favourite from the set. Great blending brushes are definitely the most important eye brushes! This blending brush is soft and fluffy. It’s not as wide as other blending brushes I own so you are definitely more in control with this one. Which is great for me personally as I have quite small lids. Love this one!
Nanshy Large Shader: Finally the Large Shader brush. I use this type of brush to apply my first layer of eyeshadow. As it’s so dense, it picks up a lot of pigment so it’s great for packing on the colour! Again, very soft and this one is truly cut to perfection.
Overall I’m very impressed and pleased with the new Nanshy Eye Brush Set. You get seven high quality brushes that are very soft and a dream to work with! I can also add that after several washes, they haven’t shed a bristle. I can definitely highly recommend this set so make sure to check it out! It has everything you need for your eye make-up application.
You can purchase this set from Beautystore4u and Amazon, it retails for £29.95 which calculates to around £4 (€5, $6.75) per brush. Shipping to the UK is free!
What do you think of this Nanshy brush set? Have you tried Nanshy before? Let me know in the comments! P.s. I added some bonus pictures after the jump!
If you recall my Estée Lauder The Metallics post, I dropped a little hint that I’d be reviewing one of the lip lacquers for Fall 2013. I decided to compare this highly pigmented gloss to the other Estée Lauder lip products I own. A bit of a comparison post as it were! Let’s take a look.
The products I’ll be comparing in this post are: Estée Lauder Pure Color Lasting Shimmer Lipstick, Estée Lauder Double Wear Stay-In-Place Lip Pencil, Estée Lauder Pure Color Lip Gloss, and the Estée Lauder Pure Color High Intensity Lip Lacquer.
- Bare lips for comparison.
- Estée Lauder Pure Color Lip Gloss – 05 Nude Rose: This is a nice sheer gloss with a soft nude colour. It’s fig-scented which is very sweet and fruity, which I personally love! Coverage is sheer as I applied a thin layer but you can definitely build up a little more colour if you apply more product. For a lipgloss I don’t find it very sticky at all, it feels moisturising and pleasant on the lips. Love this!
- Estée Lauder Pure Color Lasting Shimmer Lipstick – 25 Melon: A lovely shimmer lipstick in a gorgeous wearable coral shade called Melon. You can dab it on for a very soft effect or apply one layer for more opacity. I really love the formula of this one, it doesn’t highlight dry lips which is a big plus for me. It’s also non-drying and wear is quite good.
- Estée Lauder Pure Color High Intensity Lip Lacquer – Chrome Kimono: Unlike the lipgloss this has a vanilla scent and has an almost lipstick-like coverage. Comes with a flat applicator wand which I really liked. It’s a little on the sticky side for me, as I’m not a lipgloss type-of-girl I did have some trouble with the sticky feel. The coverage is absolutely amazing and I found it to be quite long lasting too. Not a shade I would pick out for myself but I think it looks gorgeous nonetheless!
- Estée Lauder Double Wear Stay-In-Place Lip Pencil – 03 Tawny: A nude rose lip pencil with lots of shimmer. It comes with a lip brush on the opposite end which is lovely. As my Estée Lauder lipstick didn’t match this lip pencil I decided to show the colour on its own. I really love shades like this! Coverage is very nice.
- Estée Lauder Double Wear Stay-In-Place Lip Pencil – 03 Tawny with Estée Lauder Pure Color Lip Gloss – 05 Nude Rose over the top: Finally I decided to add a touch of gloss over the lip pencil for a wearable but sophisticated look. Love it!
I’m a bit embarrassed sharing lip swatches, I definitely don’t have perfect lips but I hope this comparison was useful to some of you. I’m definitely a fan of Estée Lauder lip products, the quality of all of these is amazing. The Lip Lacquer is definitely the star of the show with the gorgeous opacity. It’s a great product! There’s 12 shades in total, with four of them being Limited Edition (I believe). In Belgium the Estée Lauder Lip Lacquers will retail at €24.83.
Have you tried any Estée Lauder lip products before? Let me know in the comments!
As I mentioned in my previous post, today I bring swatches of the new I Love Nail Polish shades! These are the remaining four, which are the new Holographic Ultra Chromes. If you remember the previous Ultra Chromes, these are the same four shades, only with added holo sparkle. Twice the fun! Let’s take a look.
I Love Nail Polish – Mutagen (H): First up is Mutagen, my favourite from the previous Ultra Chromes. I love the green shift which goes from a muted green to bright green to purple to orange. At first glance they don’t look hugely different but when you step out into the sunlight, the holo sparkles come alive! It’s an amazing surprise! Bonus shot because I love this one. This was three coats.
I Love Nail Polish – Mutagen (H): Just like last time, I’m also bringing you some underwater shots. These break the light differently allowing you to see the full multichrome shift! You can also see the holo sparkles a little better in this one. It’s even sparklier in person!
I Love Nail Polish – Cyngus Loop (H): Next is Cyngus Loop which is a beautiful purple multichrome that shifts from purple to pink to orange. I’m not 100% sure but the multichrome looks even stronger on these than the previous set! If that’s even possible?! Even without tilting my nails back, you can clearly see the colour shift to purple. There simply are no words for how beautiful these are! Bonus shot! This was three coats.
I Love Nail Polish – Cyngus Loop (H): And the underwater shot of Cyngus Loop. I could honestly stare at this for hours. Doesn’t it look amazing? Just… Wow! I don’t know how Barbra does it! Seriously! This is magic in a bottle guys.
I Love Nail Polish – My Little Glacier (H): Next is My Little Glacier which is the most subtle multichrome out of the bunch. The shift is there in person, but not quite as easy to capture in pictures. I do love this one! This was three coats again.
I Love Nail Polish – My Little Glacier (H): And of course the underwater shot! I kept this one a little blurry deliberately, as it really shows off the holo sparkles! How stunning are they?!
I Love Nail Polish – Birefringence (H): Finally Birefringence which shifts from blue to purple to pink to orange. I’m wearing this one while writing this post and I’ve honestly been staring at my nails all day long. It’s a miracle I haven’t bumped into any doors or walls!
I Love Nail Polish – Birefringence (H): And underwater! This one is definitely a must-have. It’s the most beautiful multichrome you will own!
I both love and hate Barbra for making these wonderful shades. Love because they are so damn beautiful and hate because I had such a difficult time capturing these accurately! Though the truth is, no pictures can prepare you for how beautiful they are. You simply need them in your life! If you ask me whether to get the regular Ultra Chromes or the Holo Ultra Chromes, I’d say get these. You get both the beautiful colour shift and holo sparkles which are just an added bonus. Do you need both collections? They are different enough, so I’d say yes if your budget allows it!
You will be able to pre-order these shades November 1, keep an eye on the ILNP social media and website for more info! Make sure to let me know if you pick these up.
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