The colour palette of the polishes I chose seemed to match up with the colour scheme of Sleeping Beauty's castle which is in the Disneyland Paris park. All polishes used in this nail art are from the Makeup Gallery range, except for the gold and metallic blue.
The nail art itself was a bit of a faff to be honest. It didn't take as long as I thought it would but it was one of those manicures which didn't really come together until the very last outline was added. I used a general reference photo of the Disneyland Paris castle and I picked out parts of the castle that drew my attention. When I was looking at the photo, I didn't realise how many turrets had gold detailing or were gold all together. When I go in a few weeks I'll definitely be looking at it for a lot longer to see all the extra details.
I used Pink Soda for the outline and fill of the castle. Again, another thin but tacky polish. I thinned it down with some nail polish remover so it was more workable. The white is not as pigmented as other whites in my collection so it'll probably not be one I'll reach for for detailing but some acetone makes it workable. I was pleasantly surprised by the black from Makeup Gallery. It was pigmented and worked quite well for outlining the castle and adding shadows.
All together the polishes were alright to work with. For what they are, they are pretty good. At only £1 you can't really complain. Pastel shades are probably not the best colours to showcase a range's potential so I'll reserve all judgement until I have tried out some more deep shades. As you can see though, I got the nail art completed so it's doing something right!
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