So, these are a little bit messy, but I still wanted to show you my cupcake nails! I did these especially for National Cupcake Week, and because I’m going to the Cake and Bake show. And they’re just a little bit of fun 🙂 I also got to experiment with my new nail art brushes! So here’s a mini tutorial on how I did my cupcake nails. 1. Give your nails two coats of the ‘cupcake case’ colour. 2. Using a…

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I think Ciate is my new favourite nail polish brand! Check out my nails this week, done using Ciate Strawberry Milkshake and Pepperminty! What do you think of my contrasting tips? (excuse my manky cuticles)

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I was very generously sent some samples of Ciate nail polishes by their PR company. Ciate have created a beautiful, wearable range of fashion nail polish colours, nail treatments, hand and foot care and accessories. Their philosophy is the be a leader, not a follower, and to always stay one step ahead.  Ciate is a British nail brand, who is known famously worldwide for their innovative caviar manicure. Ciate stands for: Colour, Innovation, Aspiration, Trend, and Extraordinary. I chose the colours…

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I was stuck on how to do my nails this week, but I decided to make the most of the last bit of summer, and go for a pastel colours. Some people don’t like Barry M, but I think their nail polishes are pretty good! I also really like the cheap Collection 2000 Hot Looks polishes too. I used both brands to create this nail look, along with my much loved Poundland glitter polish. I used Barry M Berry Ice Cream…

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I’m calling this a Mermaid Manicure because it’s how I would imagine a pretty mermaid to have her nails done! I took advantage of the 2 for £5 offer on Barry M at Superdrug, and I bought Aqua Glitter and Blue Moon. I love the glitter, it has some really tiny particles and then a few large ones. The blue moon looks very slightly shimmery too! They go really nicely together. So I decided to use the glitter on my tips…

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Since growing my nails, I have a new found love for all things nail art! I am not usually very experimental with  my nails, but recently I have just been seeing so many patterns I want to try! I’ve seen so many lovely ladies doing a Cath Kidston nail art post on their blogs, so I thought I should definitely try it myself.    I chose to do a pattern similar to the Cath Kidston Provence Rose fabric, as I happen…

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