Wednesday, 31 December 2014

See Ya Later 2014! New Year's Nail Art with MAC, O.P.I and Ciaté

Hey guys, I hope you all had a happy Christmas, Hannukah or just enjoyed a bit of time off but now we've come to the end of 2014.  It's been a good year, not much happened really but I started my PhD so that's kind of big.  For the blog, I hope 2015 will bring more diversity to it and more regular posts.  I really want to talk more about film on here so expect a review or two in the next few weeks but don't worry, I'll do some nail art to tie it all together :)  Now, onto my New Year's nail art!  I've used some polishes I got for Christmas (I didn't get many!) for this, MAC Tropical and Ciaté Sass Pot, as well as my favourite OPI gold polish, Goldeneye.

MAC Tropical, OPI Goldeneye, Ciaté Sass Pot, Essie Buy Me a Cameo and Barry M Black

Instead of writing 2015, I went for the Roman numerals MMXV 'cos I'm classy like that LOL (or straight lines are easier to do).  I put together a .gif so you can see the colour shift a bit better but these two glitters are STUNNING together!


Well I hope you've all liked this post and here's to a Happy new Year!  Let me know in the comments below how you feel about me talking about film more on the blog, will you read the posts?  Be sure to like, subscribe and follow me by the sites below, until next time :D

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  1. I absolutely bloody love these, although I know what you mean, straight lines are easier, I think using Roman Numerals actually DO give it a classy look so you're a winner all round! Love them.

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