Autumn Nail Polish Transition

During Autumn, we begin to start wearing much darker colours:reds, browns, purples and oranges. However like some other people I’m not really a fan of bold colors on my nails as I find it draws more attention to chipping. So I tried to include some bolder and some more natural colors in this.

Ted Baker Nail Polish

This shade has no name, I got this in a set of 4 and all of the colors are really cute; however out of them all this is my favorite for autumn. This colors a really deep plum colour for any occasion. It’s really shiny and lasts for a good week.

Rimmel London Lycra Pro- 416 Night Flight

This colour is more or less the same as the last one apart from its’s much lighter and brighter. Out of all of all of these this has the best formula: it’s anti chip, long lasting and anti-fade for up to 10 days. The product claims this, but I totally agree with it. Also the brush to apply it with is really sturdy and wide meaning you can do the whole nail in one go.

 

Makeup Gallery Time To Shine-16 Ruby Red

Out of all of these, this one isn’t the best, but I love the color so much. It’s just a really nice shade of cherry red. One positive is it’s really quick drying and has a nice sign. I don’t really have much to say about this one as the formula is the greatest and chips after a couple of days.

Nail Colour Collection Next – Well Jel and Purple Haze

Again both of these came in the same set of nail polishes which all dry with a different effect. Purple Haze- a dirty pink shade- dries glossy gel effect and Well Jel- a beautiful pastelish pink- which dries matte. The first one can be worn on any occasion due to it’s natural colour and gloss finish. However, due to the amount of glitter in the second one I would only wear it on special occasions, maybe to a party.

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