21 October 2021

Halloween Nails: Patchwork

Black Polish | Barry M - Black Forest
Purple Polish | Barry M - Palma Violet
Flakie Polish | Painted Polish - Right as Rainbows
Pink Polish | Barry M - Cranberry
Orange Polish | Barry M - Ginger
Stamping Polish | Nicole Diary - Black
Stamping Plate | What's Up Nails - Creepin It Real B023
Matte Polish | George - Matte Topcoat


20 October 2021

Halloween Nails: Pumpkins

Dark Polish | Barry M - Evergreen
Base Polish | Barry M - Mustard
Green Polish | Barry M - Cardamom
Stamping Polish | Beauty Big Bang 002
Stamping Plate | Nicole Diary L20


19 October 2021

Topic Tuesday: Halloween Themed Polish

I wear a lot of different polishes throughout spooky month, but specific Halloween themed polishes I don't have too many of. Went for NeVerMind Slender Man an off white shard glitter, holo polish and Primark Glow in the Dark as it's my only glow in the dark polish.



17 October 2021

Halloween Nails: Spiderwebs

Base Polish | Barry M - Charcoal
Stamping Polish | Beauty Big Bang 002


16 October 2021

Stamping Plate: Mundo de Unas - Jack 2

I bought this myself in Spring 2021.

The stamping plate comes in a plastic slip to protect it from scratches, it is backed with branded backing. It is 60mm by 90mm.

All of the images are Nightmare Before Christmas themed and all of the ones I have used have stamped across well.

[Pumpkin King Nails]

[Jack's Face Nails]


15 October 2021

Nail Polish Swatch: A England - Orlando (Moments With Virginia Collection)

Nail Polish Swatch A England Orlando Moments with Virginia
[Indoors, Flash]

Colour | Black
Finish | Holographic
Opacity | One Coater
Brush Type | Flat, Wide, Rounded Cuticle
How Much | 11ml
Collection | Moments with Virginia

Cruelty Free
9 Free

Nail Polish Swatch A England Orlando Moments with Virginia
[Indoors, No Flash]

Nail Polish Swatch A England Orlando Moments with Virginia
[Indoors, Direct Light]


14 October 2021

Review: Lush - Lord of Misrule '21

Lord of Misrule '21 is an updated version of a previous incarnation of Lord of Misrule, which has been released as a Halloween limited edition yearly since 2013. The original was my favourite bath bomb from Lush.

"Prepare for mischief and merriment with this patchouli and vanilla fizzer. A fragrance loved by many, this familiar character has had a costume change this year. Allow the colours of the court jester to transform your bathwater and tickle your senses" - Lush.co.uk

Visually Lord of Misrule has changed from a dark green colour in a crown shape to a standard round colourful one. It also when it fizzes doesn't look dark and mysterious, it spins out light blue, yellow and pink. It doesn't look particularly Halloween-y anymore.

Original LOM Bath Bomb

The scent however is the same as the previous version, mainly patchouli but softer with vanilla and pepper. It lingers on your skin for a good few hours afterwards.

The water is left as a light green colour, which is more visually appealing than the previous dark green, brown colour.

Overall this is scent wise the same as the previous version, it just has had a make over and looks less Halloween and more year round appropriate. As the scent is the most important thing about a bath bomb to me I am happy to repurchase this updated version.