October Nails

Hi Beauties

Well it’s halloween and I’m smart here bored, so I thought I’d blog about the colours I’ve been wearing on my nails for the month of October, here goes…

The first is part of Maybelline’s Mini Colo Rama collection, and is called ‘Black Current Jelly, it’s a very pretty purple-y red shade and is opaque in one coat.

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Revlon’s ‘Ginger Melon’ is a staple pink polish I find myself coming back to again and again, not only is it a very versatile colour but it smells amazing too.

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When I first purchased ‘Tokyo Pearl’ from Sinful Colors I was not that impressed by it, it seemed sheer and streaky, but last week I had some time to build up three coats of ‘Tokyo Pearl’ and the results were stunning.

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Another October purchase from Sinful Colors was ‘Lets Talk’ which is a purple based blue and looks absolutely beautiful on the nails, in the right light it flashes deep purple and memorising blues, it looks simply stunning.

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My final polish for October is ‘Cayenne’ from Revlon, in the bottle it looks a lot more red than it does on the nail, so as you can imagine I was shocked when my manicure turned out a rather unexpected burnt orange shade, it’s not really a shade is go for, but never the less I leaned to love it anyway.

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Thanks for reading Beauties I hoped you enjoyed this post, I can’t wait to write Novembers entry,

Love, Hugs And Glossy Kisses,

Aurora xxx

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6 thoughts on “October Nails

  1. Pretty! I love all of these colors and how different they are from one another! Great choices! That redcurrant jelly shade is fabulous! I never tried the revlon perfume polishes, but I am always so intrigued by them! That is such a gorgeous pink! xo

    • Thanks si much huni, i was a bit dubius when buting the redcurrent jelly because in the past maybelline polishes havent always had the best fotmula but it seems fine and has such a rich colour pay off, the revlon polishws are amazing and i got them for a super discounted price ūüôā they’re well worth investing in

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