Sunday, 27 May 2012

Pretty In Pink <3

Hey for this mani I used curtain street which is a matte finish nail varnish from nails inc. I think I rather a non matte nail varnish then using a matte top coat because this polish was a little thin but was harder to do more than one coat because it was matte. But it still look very pretty but does chip easily

Love Sarah-Louise <3

Saturday, 19 May 2012

Don't Feel Blue :(

I used the 3 blue nail varnishes I have. I painted all my nails with nails inc Albert Place and on my ring finger and did a stripe of Albert Place, Barry M pale blue and cyan blue. I first did a glossy finish then a Matt finish which showed up the stripes better.

Love Sarah-Louise <3

Spring beauty

I love this colour makes me think of spring. It's wellington square by nails inc :)
Love Sarah-Louise <3

Thursday, 17 May 2012

Free Nails Inc!!!

In INSTYLE magazine this month (May) they are giving away a free nails inc polish especially created for INSTYLE. The colours are blue, pink and peach. I got the pink one. I did 2 coats then used Barry M top coat and on the other hand matted the top. Which one you like better?

Love Sarah-Louise <3

Magnetic :)

I have a few magnetic nail polishes. I have green and silver 17 polishes and a new Barry m blue one. The 17 ones come with a striped magnet and the Barry m comes with a star one. Overall they all make great effects and are great colours the Barry m one is thicker I feel and creates a brighter colour. I really want the new fishnet nails inc one in gold but all the reviews I've read say it isn't that bright :/ but the patterns cool and once you have the magnet you can use it on any magnetic polishes.

For this mani I used all the magnetic colours I have and used the 17 magnet. Hope you enjoy!

Love Sarah-Louise <3

Wednesday, 16 May 2012

Nails inc!

My friend told me about some nails inc nail varnish in tkmaxx really cheap and I got 3 colours lowndes square (purple), Albert place (blue), Wellington square (orange/peach) for £11.99! When they are meant to be £33.00 so of you want cheap nails inc and colour club and many more great brands go to tkmaxx!!

Love Sarah-Louise <3

Sunday, 13 May 2012

Natural Curls

A few months ago I bought this Vidal Sassoon hot air styler to replace a broken one. It works like a hair dryer with a brush on top and it's very good for curling. It comes with two size brushes.
Step 1: wash and dry your hair so it is damp not too wet.
Step 2: turn on the hot air styler.
Step 3: split hair into sections.
Step 4: take a part of the section and brush down with the styler, then rap the ends of part of the section round the brush and roll up like they do blow drying in the salon.
Step 5: wait a few seconds till hair feels totally try then untwist hair from brush and twist hair with fingers to form curl.
Step 6: repeat on whole head

Love Sarah-Louise <3