Showing posts with label Party Peach. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Party Peach. Show all posts

4 June 2015

Pick n' Mix 52 Week Challenge: Plaid + Orange, Red, Teal

These nails seemed to take hours to do. I used striping tape to get the teal and red lines and had to wait until each stripe had fully dried before going on with the next line.

Tartan-Plaid-Nails-Nail-Art-Striping Tape

Polishes Used:
Nails Inc - New York Noir
ELF - Party Peach
Ciate - Dangerous Affair
La Femme - Mint Cream

White Striping Tape

14 July 2014

Nails: Colourful French

These nails were a complete mistake, I did them for a tri-polish challenge however I mis-read the colours and so ended up with a random concoction which wasn't actual set out colours!


ELF - Party Peach
Color Club - Almost Famous
ELF - Smoky Brown

26 April 2013

Nail Art: Holiday

I started by painting my nails ELF Yellow, then sponged on ELF Party Peach and ELF Black to get the gradient, I did a tutorial on how to do this here if you are interested. Then I went on to stamp the designs using W7 Black and the following stamping plates; Bundle Monster BM315 and BM310, B22 and M71.

22 April 2013

Review: ELF - Nail Polish Set - Beautifully Bright


Finally ELF has some new nail polish colours which aren't variants of pink! This collection is called Beautifully Bright and that is exactly what it is, bright and perfect for wearing this spring / summer.

First up we have a orange / peach colour called Party Peach. This is two coats which covered perfectly, I can see a very subtle glass flecked shimmer in there but it is very subtle. ELF do have two other polishes of a similar colour family, Mango Madness and Fire Coral. You can now purchase this polish as a single polish.


The second polish is a yellow, cream polish, which was certainly missing from ELF's range. This is two coats and it looked fine to my eye but under the harsh photo flash it does look slightly streaky, but I imagine another thin coat would solve that.

And finally we have Teal Blue which is also available in a full sized bottle. Again this is two coats and it seems enough for the full effect. This is a cream polish. I did a post about this in a full sized bottle recently here.


All polishes are smaller 6ml, than the standard 10ml ELF polish. However they are really easy to use and the brush doesn't actually seem smaller or more complex to work with. I actually think it could be the same size brush as in the standard sized bottles.