Monday, 8 September 2014

Chai and This Ring Toss is Rigged

Hey Lovelies! 
So sorry about the 2 month long absence, I am most definitely alive, i've just been tres busy and not had time to blog and when I have, i've just been too tired to. I'll explain where i've been in my 'Summer Absence' post coming later this week ;), (I don't know why the winky face, it wasn't exactly exciting :p.)
Anyway, back to the mani!


Firstly, I started with a base of Chai, one of Barry M's latest editions to their gelly hi-shine range for autumn 2014. They brought out many unique and lovely autumn shades named after spices this year and I'm really liking them all.
Chai is a darkish grey creme which needed the general two coats for full opacity, and dried pretty quickly. I love the shine on it and I really dug the colour of grey, definitely suitable for the impending British autumn/winter weather!
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One thin coat of Glisten and Glow (HK Girl) 'Stuck on Blu! Basecoat' - £6.55 from Rainbow Connection
- Two coats of Barry M Gelly Hi-Shine 'Chai' - £3.99 from Boots/Superdrug
- One coats of Dollish Polish 'This Ring Toss is RIGGED!
' - $10 from Dollish Polish/ Llarowe
- One thin coat of Poshe 'Fast Drying Base Coat' - £4.95 from Nail Polish Direct
One coat of Seche Vite 'Fast Dry Top Coat' - £5.49 from Amazon

 I then topped Chai with one coat of Dollish Polish's 'This Ring Toss is RIGGED!' which was part of the A Box, Indied the other month. I love this glitter as it's so fun! It's packed full of white, yellow, blue and red glitters in different shapes and sizes, including; squares, hexes, and holey dots in matte, holo and metallic giving it a lovely shine in the light. It dried pretty quickly, however I did have to do a bit of fishing for the bigger glitters which is expected. 
I really liked the combination of the two polishes as Chai is dull, whereas TRTiR is fun and lively and really brightens it up.
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