Tuesday, 1 January 2013

New Years Nails

To start with, Happy New Year everyone! Thank you to everyone who's followed me throughout this year. I love seeing the follower count go up and getting notifications of your comments.

Last night I went out with my boyfriend and friends to celebrate, and of course I wanted to do some themed nails for the occasion.

I started with Essie's Fiji, which I've been wanting for ages (thank you Abbie). It doesn't really come up as well in the photographs, but its a really nice shade of pale pink. I applied only one coat of this since I was layering a different polish over the top.

Next, I used my OPI Rainbow In The S-Kylie from the Kardashian collection, which is one of my very favourite glitter polishes. I love how easy it is to apply because you can literally put it on any direction you choose. I may actually just do a separate post on it, I love it that much!

Then that's it finished! I didn't want to do what I've seen others doing and write 2013 on my nails, I just wanted something more simple. Even though glitter isn't exactly simple... But I love it!

How did you all celebrate for New Years?


  1. I have similar polish! I recommend BarryM sparkly polish I find they don't budge! And to answer your question I had a sleep over with my best friend sipping wine!

  2. GORGEOUS nails! The OPI polish looks gorgeous - Happy new year


  3. Hey, thanks for your comment, I did reply to it! I'm following you, follow me back maybe?

  4. So pretty! Looks like New Year's confetti on you nails. Love!

  5. really lovely nails!!
    perfect for nye


  6. That is hilarious - I wore the same combination of polishes over the holidays! It looks lovely! x

  7. love this nail polish, it is so pretty!
    lets drive far away

  8. OMG. I love the nails!!! If you can only do mine :)

    I am your newest follower on Bloglovin and GFC! :) Hope you can do the same :)

    Happy New Year!


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