Friday, 18 December 2015

Christmas Sparkle For Your Nails

The build up to Christmas is well and truly here, (I've even got the festive tunes blaring out whilst writing this post!) and it's so exciting. This time of year, there is glitter everywhere in time for the party season. Clothes, decorations, make-up and even your hair. As well as that, we can't forget nails - there are so many different colours and textures to experiment with. Here are some of the ones in my collection...

Of course, you can't beat red at this time of year, and this is basically Christmas in a bottle. Look how sparkly this China Glaze nail polish is! 'Ring in the Red' would look amazing with a number of colours: red for a classic Christmas look, white/cream for a Santa or candy cane inspired look, dark green like a Christmas tree, or black for a little bit of colour. Red is probably my favourite colour to wear because it's so traditional.

The next colour is perfect for the rose gold lovers out there. 'Bijoux' is from H&M's fairly recent beauty range (I'm sure you can purchase them separately as well). This is so pretty, I'd pair it with a neutral colour for a more sophisticated look such as cream or beige.

It's no surprise that there's a Barry M nail polish here, and this adorable light pink is called Princess. They couldn't have had a better name! This has a textured effect, so feels quite rough and is really interesting. Shifting from pretty pink to deep purple, this glitter polish from Leighton Denny looks so luxurious. The flecks of blue and silver glitter are memorizing. This has another regal name 'Party at the Palace'. How do people pick such accurate names? Genius.

We finish with this incredible dark silver glitter from China Glaze in 'Tinsel Town'. Yes, Tinsel Town. I seriously can't get over these names. It's a slightly edgier alternative to the typically girly colours in this post, but still so beautiful.

Which one is your favourite from this selection? Do you like a bit of sparkle at this time of year?


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