6 Nail polish colours to try out … again

Good afternoon to all, I am hoping that you are having an amazing day, month, week, whatever it is.

I’ve been slightly busy, well very busy, you know how the adult life pops up on you real quick. Work life, little social life. But I am hoping (as I usually say) to post more stuff. But I thought lets do another nail varnish musts or tries…if that makes sense…

I do use other nail varnish brands but I think I said before for some reason I just end up getting the Barry M brand, although at this present time they have not been selling that many colours that appeal to my eye, not really sure what happened there, so if anyone has a brand that has some pretty colours let a girl know. Anyways…

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The way you make me teal:

This colour is pretty much as teal as you can get, very bright and quite a loud colour if that makes sense. It was one of the colours when it was on display that did catch my eye, especially for my skin tone, I find that a lot of bright colours bring out my complexion so if you are feeling in a mood this will make you stop and actually stare at your nails.See the source image

 

Electric eel:

So this is one of the under water colours that I recently picked up that I wanted to try out. I’m not going to lie, at first I didn’t really like this colour, I’m not sure why, actually I don’t think it was what I was used to, if you was to look at the ocean it does have a sea blue colour with the sparkling affect, it has a green tint to it. I think I need to keep retrying this, maybe this is just not my colour, however this is a pretty blue/green tint.See the source image

 

Frost:

This colour is basically a sparkling white, I use a couple of strokes to make the colour stand out more. You couldn’t really tell it is a glittery white unless you move your hands all over, but this has been one of my go to’s just when I want to see my nails done. There is not much to this one if you like white nail varnish maybe this will spice it up a little bit. That frosty touch. 

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Pacific flame:

Ok, this is that orange burnt possibly peachy colour also apart of the underwater theme, and at first again I did not like it, I think it just did not compliment my skin tone. You have to do a couple of strokes to get the true nature of the colour, but the colour is subtle not to over the top if you did not want to have someone looking at your hands every 5 seconds.

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Matcha:

Now matcha is like an army green, almost like one of those green smoothies quite literally. The colour is nice for an autumn feel, not to dark but not to light and in a sense it does stand out cause it is quite a blocked colour. I really liked this colour (finally) I’m not even a green fan in that sense but I don’t mind it. If you’re thinking of a simple and effective polish this one might be it for you.

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Pink lemonade:

I didn’t even think about it but the colours Barry M matches with the polishes actually work, this is quite a light pink nude colour, so if you wanted to have something that is simple and not white then this would be ideal. I tried this a couple times and again I don’t think this was that great, but thinking about it, I don’t think it is my nude shade realistically, but none the less a colour that would be nice to wear with any outfit . 

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That is my other mini list of nail varnishes to try, well they might not look great on me but they will on someone else. So see how these go for you.

Like I said before I am hoping to post more, and talk about a couple of things other than beauty, but in the mean time.

Peace and love,

Khad

beauty

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