Thursday, 9 October 2014

Sugar Apple & a bit of bad stamping!

Hai there!
As most of you will probably know, I am obsessed with Barry M polishes and therefore own most of them. When the Spring Gelly's came out, I just had to have them and they were adorable pastels and very suitable for spring.

I started with two coats of Barry M's Gelly Hi-Shine 'Sugar Apple' which is a lovely pastel green, which is slightly lighter than their normal Mint Apple. It applied quite nicely as opposed to some of the gelly's which have a thicker consistency. It dried pretty quickly and has a lovely shiny finish (hence, Gelly H-Shine ;)).
I am a green loving girl and absolutely love this one!
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One coat of Sally Hansen 'Insta-Grip Fast Dry Base Coat' - £1.50 from Fragrance Direct
- Two coats of Barry M Gelly Hi-Shine 'Sugar Apple' - £3.99 from Boots/Superdrug
- Stamping with Konad 'Black' - £3.00 from Amazon 
- Stamping plate; Vivid Lacquer 'VL017' - £5 from Vivid Lacquer
- One coat of Glisten and Glow (HK Girl) 'Fast Drying a Super Shiny Clear Topcoat' - £6.55 from Rainbow Connection 

I then added some stamping with Konad 'Black' and Vivid Lacquers VL017's 'For Science' nail plate. I really rushed this as I didn't have much time and therefore ended up with crazy crappy stamping. That's my fault and not the plate. The plate is generally amazing with some great images. My inner nerd came out and made me buy the plate.
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