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Recently I've been loving taking a little longer doing my nails and trying out different types of nail art, but not only has me wanting to try something new helped I have also received a hell of a lot more comments on my nails and people wondering whether I've done them myself.
I don't know about you but when someone complements something you do or wear you certainly want to do it a hell of a lot more! So along with what I've done to my nails this time round I just want to mention a bit of an appreciation and thank you to the people who like my nails and are always wondering what's next to come!
So recently as I mentioned in my August Favourites I brought a Barry M Gelly Nail Polish in Kiwi, although I'd heard a lot of people rave about the Gelly polishes I hadn't ever tried one myself so when an offer came up I thought what better time than now!
And of course with it being something new I really wanted to try it out, so I did a little manicure with it!
As you can see I did quite a simple one this time but I posted it on instagram a week or so ago and a lot of people liked it, which shows simple can be effective! I was actually inspired to do this by someone who walked into where I worked the other week as she had full leopard print nails so I thought I'd take inspiration from it, and here is what I did!
So of course I used the Gelly polish in Kiwi like I said, which I love and you only really need 1 coat but I used 2 because I always do and find it lasts that little bit longer than one coat! Also I'm not sure if you can tell in the photo's but it does oxidize and go a little more green when dried.
I also used a Black polish by Barry M to create the leopard print nail which again is very opaque and it 10x better than my other black nail polish I had been using! Until now I've not really had a need for black polish as I'm not a huge fan of black nails, but I am pleased I went with this one!
And finally I used Indigo by Barry M, did a full on Barry M manicure this time! I haven't actually used this colour for a long time but when you use it as a full nail colour it very opaque and you can probably get away with 1 coat, but I do find it dries to more of a blue on full nails than a purple. Then I of course finished with Seche Vite, I don't think I need to say anything about that!
I'd love to know if you like these sort of posts/what your favourite posts are so I can keep in mind what you all like too!
Thanks for reading!
Chloe. LittleBitOfSassy. xx
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