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Saturday, 30 August 2014

Weekend Nails - Nails Inc Britten Street

Nails Inc Britten Street over Seche Simple But Significant
Nails Inc Britten Street over Seche Simple But Significant


Long time no post, sorry! A few reasons for that - first of all I have a new job and I've been keeping my nails quite conservative in shape and colour most of the time so I don't have much to post about. And second, I have a big open water swim coming up and I've been doing quite a bit of swimming outside, in my wetsuit. Long nails, pointy nails and nails with square corners aren't wetsuit compatible, so another reason to keep my nails this shortish, rounded shape. Once the open water season is over I'll grow them and reshape them.....

But I like this mani I did last night so I did take some pictures! The base is Seche Simple But Significant, a pretty light beige. Nails Inc Britten Street itself is a pretty, easy to use blue glitter comprising light blue and white microglitter and squares in three shades of blue. All the glitters are matte, which is definitely my preference! I just used one coat, since I wanted to keep the effect quite sparse.

Nails Inc Britten Street over Seche Simple But Significant

Nails Inc Britten Street over Seche Simple But Significant

Nails Inc Britten Street over Seche Simple But Significant

Nails Inc Britten Street over Seche Simple But Significant
Nails Inc Britten Street over Seche Simple But Significant
 All products in this post are from my collection and purchased by me.

6 comments:

  1. I wondered what had happened to you! Good luck with the swin!

    I think your nails look great like this as well :-) The topper is gorgeous and looks great here.

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  2. Too fun! I love square glitter and the blue is awesome ~

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  3. These are lovely and I think the shorter nails look beautiful.
    Good luck with your swim. Open water in the UK - brave lady x

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  4. Thanks for the great post about the stylish nails for beauty spas.

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  5. Great post... thanks for sharing.

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