Saturday, 11 May 2013

NOTD 004


After picking up China Glazes' infamous Whirled Away a week ago, it hasn't left my nails. This combination reminds of japense cherry blossoms just a blue version instead of pink. This is actually my first China Glaze nail varnish after picking it up from eBay from a trusted seller. Whirled Away is a clear polish with small and large hexagonal black and white particles suspended in the varnish along with long black stripes. It's similar to the L'Oreal Confetti Topcoat which I'm eager to get my hands on still. I've had so many compliments on my nails these past few days and I personally think that this would look awesome layer over nudes.

I layed it over one of Rimmel's Lyca Pro nail varnishes. I chose the shade Aqua Cool as I personally fancied something a little cooler in color compared to the pinks and purples I've been sporting on my nails in recent weeks. It's a definite cool toned blue which is perfect for those cold winter months unlike the spring/summer days we're having right now. I've currently been wearing these for around three days now with only the minimal wear and tear on the tips!    

9 comments:

  1. Can I try that over one of my reds? Pretty please? :)

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  2. When I first saw the picture I thought this was nail art! Really like it! xx

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    1. Many people who saw it in person thought it was nail art too :) xo

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  3. Oh wow I really want to get this, it's such a pretty combination! :)
    x

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    1. You should get it! You won't look back :) xo

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  4. So pretty, but looks really easy to do as well! LOVE 'Aqua Cool' too, it's one of my current favourites!

    http://filthypaws-and-silkydrawers.blogspot.com/

    xx

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    1. It's quick and simple yet looks like you've spent forever painting your nails ;) I really like the whole Lycra Pro range that Rimmel do as they're cheap and cheerful yet they're overlooked in the blogging world xo

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