Easter Fab Nail Colours
I'm at it again with this stuff.
In all seriousness, I created these eggs for an easter-themed tablescape out of nail polish for another client - which will launch alongside some recipes this weekend. I ended up creating an even better idea for the table, so these little art eggs were left to be recycled. I love the finished look, and thought I'd feature them in a beauty post instead - especially when I started mixing the colours together.
This is the perfect opportunity to show you some of my favourite nail polish brands and formulations.
I'm not really into pastels this spring - as I'm sure you've already noticed.
I'm super into bright colours and counter primary colours.
I'm also not super obsessed with my nails or nail art.
I do a lot of hands-on physical work and often find myself breaking my nails when I'm working or just chipping them because I'm accident prone and kind of awkward. As a hairstylist, I couldn't ever do my nails. I'd have to take my wedding ring off just to work because I couldn't stand the hair product getting under my ring and leaving a residue etc etc etc.
I do love a good nail look on the weekends and when I photograph my beauty editorials.
When my nails are done, they're either really long or really short.
Absolutely no in-between!
I'm weird like that.
I hope you all have a lovely easter weekend. I'm going to be spending my time with family and getting some much-needed rest and time in the sun - hopefully it comes out to play!
A classic. This nude isn't too warm or cool and looks great against my pale skin. I've always loved the packaging of Essie products.
Colour - Sand Tropez
This is a great cleaner and affordable option. The formula lasts longer than most other clean polishes I've tried.
Colour - Pool Party
REVLON GEL ENVY
I've been using this formula for years, and I particularly love this colour. It's bright and all you need is one coat for perfect coverage.
Colour - Lady Luck
RMS recently launched an entire line of lacquers. This product is light and covers well. Not only that, but the colours are uber feminine.
Colour - Sublime
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