Time for a girly manicure! Ate Berries in the Canaries proved to be very challenging at capturing colour accurately. In reality this is a blue based dusty fuschia creme. And while my pictures portray it as hot pink or even neon pink in some lights, this is not actually the case. Nevertheless it's still a lovely colour and very vibrant. The formula is easy to apply and I really do enjoy using OPI brushes.
Base colour: OPI Ate Berries in the Canaries
Nail plate: QA16 Stamp colour: China Glaze 2030
Topped with Essie Good to Go
Today I'd like to share this gorgeous metallic green polish from the Hunger Games collection. I'm probably the only person around who hasn't seen the film (or read the book) but I am suitable impressed with the polish collection!
Agro is a gorgeous olive green with a host of different coloured shimmers (click the pictures to enlarge and you'll see what I mean). I'm really impressed with the formula. It is super pigmented and almost a one coater. I absolutely LOVE this colour!
It's been a while since my last post - life has been keeping me busy and I've been tending to stick with easy to apply polishes that dry quickly, so I can get on and get things done without worrying about my nails. Fortunately A England Saint George ticks all those boxes and more! If this isn't the most amazing emerald turquoise green - then I don't know what is! I just love these A England formulas - they're super easy to apply and the result is dazzling.