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Little Twinkling Fairy Lights


I was rooting through the deep abyss in which I keep all my nail varnishes when I stumbled upon this pretty little beauty. To my shock it had never been opened; the plastic seal was still on it. I was so shocked that it was still sealed as it's rare for me to not even try a product out.

This is Barry M Nail Paint in 'Fairy Lights' which was a limited edition shade back during the holiday season of 2013. It has a clear gel like base in which suspended are little pink, purple and sliver holographic glitters. With p
olishes like this I tend to excessively layer thin coats until the nail is completely shrouded in glitter. I like the ultra glitzy effect it gives. 




The only problem with glitter polishes, like Fairy Lights, is that it takes so much effort to remove all the particles, but that also means that it is extremely long lasting. I think that I most likely got this free on a 'buy two get this free' offer as Barry M tends to promote that during the holidays. It also explains why I had not yet used it.

What are you hoping for in this years limited edition Christmas polishes?

Louise x x

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