Showing posts with label Chilli. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Chilli. Show all posts

30 September 2016

40 Great Nail Art Ideas - Earth Tones

Today's post is the last in the year long '40 Great Nail Art Ideas' challenge. What a year it has been, quite eventful personally, however I did manage to complete the challenge and all posts were on time, which considering is an achievement I am sure!

Anyhow on to the nails, when I envisioned these in my mind I didn't think I would like them but actually I really did. Along with earth tones I had to add in the prompt of needle drag.


ELF - Brown
Barry M - Chilli

22 September 2016

Swatch: Barry M - Chilli


Colour: Maroon
Finish: Cream
Opacity: Two Coats
Brush Type: Standard
How Much? 10ml

19 February 2016

40 Great Nail Art Ideas - Red


Barry M - Chilli
Nails Inc - Luminous Red Metallic

Paper Hole Reinforcer's

23 September 2015

Nails: Top 5 Autumn / Fall Polishes

Here are my top five nail polish for autumn 2015, if you are interested you can see the 2014 version and 2013 version.

 Barry M - Mustard // Barry M - Paprika // Barry M - Chilli // Leighton Denny - Chestnut Charm // ELF - Green Machine

First up I have Barry M Mustard, I think this colour is probably like Marmite. A very mustard colour, which reminds me of the 70's. I wouldn't wear this colour as it is but I really think it is great for autumn. I'd use this as a base for nail art.

Another polish from Barry M, I think the 2014 autumn gelly collection was really on point for the time of year. This one is Paprika, it is a red tinged brown, burnt orange colour, looking deep red in some lights and light brown in others.

Next is Barry M Chilli which is a gorgeous maroon, similar to Paprika but more red. Very much the colours which leaves go before falling off.

The next one is Leighton Denny Chestnut Charm, the only shimmer I chose. I like this one because it again is a red toned brown, again similar to autumn leaves. Has a shimmer to it going from red to brown. This would be one I would wear as it is, a little more interesting than a cream finish polish.

Finally I have ELF Green Machine, a cream deep pine green colour.