Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Nail Polish Collection

Posted by Olivia Jayne at 00:00
I have alot of nail polishes but it's because my sister used to be a beautician and she gave me alot of her old OPI, Orly and Jessica polishes when she sold her salon. 

Barry M nail polishes are my favourite. Especially the Gelly ones. I find them to be great quality and I have them in the shades: watermelon, blue grape, green berry, plum and Christmas tree. 

Essie is another great brand. These are the colours clambake, fashion playground and bikini so teeny. 

Jessica polishes are good quality but these need a good shake as I haven't used them in a while. I love the sparkly black shade. 

Reckon parfumerie polishes are scented polishes and the ginger melon one smells amazing. I can't describe the scent but it's lovely. I also like the surf spray sparkly blue colour. 

These Topshop colours are lovely pastel shades and are the colours boy next door and flying saucer. The problem with these is that they are quite opaque so you have to put more than two coats on. 

These Ciaté polishes are quite new to my collection. I have two full sized ones and then seven minis. The pastels shown in the photo as well as a red and glitter one. I also have a few top coats. 

These are magnetic polishes which create a really cool pattern on your nail when you hold the magnet over them. They are from Sally Hansen. 

I have 5 full sized OPI polishes, most are similar red/pink shades and then I have a purple and a gold/orange colour. 

I have two of these Cynthia Rowley polishes but I'm not sure I've ever used them. 

I have three from Maybellines. 

These are my OPI minis, I have lots of orange, reds and pinks and then a few others. These are great polishes and I've often bought them in sets.

The pink/coral Orly nail polish was my favourite for a while.

I have four from Color Club.

I have three from Bourjois.

These are some of the other polishes i have although I don't use them much.



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