Sunday, 3 July 2011

Duochrome and Glitter Sandwich

Wanted something shiny, duochrome and sparkly for my last weekend of freedom celebrations. Nails Inc Chesham Street, I CHOOSE YOU.


Two coats of Nails Inc Chesham Street

Oooh. Can't fault anything about this varnish at all - the application of two coats was smooth, the blue and purple duochrome vibrant, and there was even blue shimmer in there. Amazing looking polish - I liked it so much that I considered forgoing the sparkle for a while. However, I was bolloxed a bit intoxicated at the time and felt the need to smother the glorious duochrome and shimmer with lots of Laura Paige 40 Limited Edition Starlette, a holo glitter.


Motorbike in background is for sale BTW

Yeeeeeaaaaaah ... shouldn't have done that. I attempted to quickly go over it with some more Chesham Street and found that it looked alright mate so I put more glitter over it, and another thin coat of Chesham Street, and then we agreed that it looked fab and should leave it alone.


Give us a twirl


Yeah baby

Also, wore my wedges this weekend and did not break any ankles.

8 comments:

Swååfie said...

Awesome sandwich =)

Kayla101 said...

Beautiful!! LOVE THIS!

Stompy Boot said...

@Swååfie thanks, drunken sandwiches are always awesome

@Kayla101 thanks missus :)

Audrey L said...

Haha love this post:P So glad you did not break your ankles in your wedges:P Love this nails inc colour and personally I think the decision for the glitter, in your other state of mind, was a good one, really nice flaky glitter

Audrey L said...

Also I gave you a blog award :)

http://nail-affair.blogspot.com/2011/07/my-first-award.html

Stompy Boot said...

@Audrey L, thanks, really pleased with how it came out - I've not long taken it off. And thanks muchly for teh award :)

JQ said...

BEAUTY. Must try glitter sammich.

YK said...

This is such a good idea to mute crazy glitters!! I need to try this :D

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