I’m not a nail polish fiend, but lately I’ve been enjoying painting them. Here’s my usual routine:
— Base Coat: Sally Hansen Hard as Nails
— Chosen Nail Lacquer
— Top Coat: China Glaze No-Chip Top Coat
I’m a big fan of the Sally Hansen Hard as Nails, but I’m not too sure how I feel about the China Glaze top coat.
I mentioned before that nails aren’t really my thing, and I’m terrible at nail art or even just regular application. What I’ve been doing lately is having an accent nail, usually the ring fingers.
This pretty hot pink is by Butter London, and it’s called Primrose Hill Picnic. It’s a fabulous cream and goes on opaque in one coat. The rest of the nails are painted in Barry M’s Countess, which Laala gave to me via her swap.
Butter London and Barry M are cruelty-free.
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I love that pink colour!! 🙂 It looks nice on you!
Thank you, Carolyn!
You HAVE to try Seche Vite’s top coat! It gives a salon finish and gives that extra oomph. I can never stop touching my nails after applying it. Also makes cheap nail polish look nice.
Heard many great things about Seche Vite, thanks. 🙂
I highly recommend Dazzle Dry’s system! It’s cruelty-free and dries super fast! 🙂
Thanks, Pat! Will look into that!
I think you have chosen great nail products. I also love the nail colors that you have choose.
Thank you so much, Judith. 🙂
Accent nails are super cute, they’re still relatively effortless but breathe fun. ^_^
I know, right? I can’t do nail art for shit, lol.
i always wanted that butter shade. Oh have you tried the sally hansen top coat in the red bottle? I think it is insta dri. It is really good!
Not yet! Thanks for the tip; I’ll look for it. 🙂