Wednesday, 29 August 2012

NOTD: Pink with Blue Glitter


 This look is fun and girly.  I chose a pink base as pink and blue go so well together!
 

The polishes used were Technic Nail Varnish in Blue Glitter and No7 Stay Perfect in MeMeMe.

Steps to get this look:
  1. Apply a base coat
  2. Apply 2 layers of the pink polish and leave to dry
  3. Apply the blue glitter on top.  The glitter is suspended in a clear polish so it acts like a top coat too!
What do you think?  I like it, its quite cute and I love how my nails sparkle in the sun! 
I'll keep re-doing this look but I might mix and match with different colour next time.
The photos don't really do it justice, it looks much prettier in real life.


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14 comments

  1. Gorgeous! I love the glitter <3 xo

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  2. Beautiful! The contrast is really artsy and interesting <3

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    1. Thanks chick :) I love blue and pink together xox

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  3. These look lovely, I actually don't own a glitter nail varnish but I really want to try a Technic one x

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    1. I have 2 and I really like them :) plus they are only 99p! xo

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  4. Too cute! Love the combo of bubblegum pink w/ blue glitter!

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  5. Cute! You just gave me an idea of what to do with my blue glitter polish that's been sitting in my collection for ages...

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    1. awh amazing :D I look forward to seeing it! xox

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  6. you can get different colours than blue in bodycare only a pound. They also habe 5 different crackle polishes to x

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    1. yeh thats where I got mines :) 99p is such a bargain! x

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  7. I love your nails, No7 are definitely one of my favourite nail varnish brands :) xx

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    1. Awh thank you :) mine too, they are so good and long lasting xox

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