OPI Mrs O’Leary’s BBQ was one of the first OPI nail polishes I bought and one that got me into the whole ‘must have perfect nails and all the shades’ obsession.
Chanel Rose Fusion #757 nail polish is another one of the items from Rouge Noir Absolument Holiday 2015 Collection. This one I didn’t plan on purchasing, but it won me over with it’s perfect combination of pastel hues and stunning micro shimmer – I never manage to resist Chanel’s shimmer!
Burberry Steel Grey is a different take on grey nail polishes. It’s a mid-toned grey that leans slightly green, with tiny gold shimmer. The shimmer is not very obvious on the nails, it’s most visible in the sun, but it does give this shade a complexity and warmth that is unusual for this kind of colour.
The sun woke me up this morning and inspired me to pick up one of the neglected coral nail polish shades from my stash.
This beautiful nude from Chanel’s 2014 Fall Collection has been my recent nail polish obsession. I’ve been wearing it constantly since I bought it ten days ago. I’m totally in love with the shade and how soft and sophisticated it looks on the nails.
#9 Fuchsia Intemporel is a shade from the YSL permanent range of nail polishes. It’s a mid-tone fuchsia with strong red undertone. In my nail polish collection, this one has a special place as the most noticed and complimented one.
I pulled out two nail polishes I thought would be similar to Dior Palais Royal (reviewed here), one proved to be a very close match.
Palais Royal is a permanent shade from Dior’s new “gel effect” nail polish range. This line replaced the old nail polishes introducing a new formula and a new brush.
Macbeth is one of my first Butter London nail polishes. It’s the one I truly enjoy having on my nails and, being through half a bottle, the one I will gladly purchase again.
Lately I’ve been trying to cut my spending on beauty products – I already have so many that I enjoy (and eventually share on this blog), but I couldn’t say no to the following few.