Monday, 14 November 2016

Winter Nail Polish Edit

winter nail polishes
If you have been reading my blog for a few months now, you'll know that back in August I shared some of my favourite nail polish picks for the coming season. Now that winter has rolled around (seriously how has this year gone so fast?) I thought it was only fair to show you the shades I'm gravitating towards now. 

winter nail polishes
First up is the beautiful Haute Red by ORLY. No winter season is complete without a strong red polish and this one really is amazing. I've always found that ORLY polishes glide on so easily and have a rich true-colour pay off.

winter nail polishes
My second pick for the season is the Plumb On Baby Light My Fire by Barry M. For some reason, solid black polish looks awful on my skin tone but this looks great. Surprisingly it's really subtle and doesn't give me that careless look. 

winter nail polishes
Truthfully, this is Dark Side Of The 'Shroom is of my go to colours for any season. It goes with absolutely everything and I always find myself going back to it. I'm also so glad this colour is in the Sunset range, this means I can literally get a perfect weeks wear out of it!

winter nail polishes
I actually need to replace this shade as I'm almost out, I wore it to death last year and I still love it as much as when I first purchased it. The shade is Fuchsia Generation and it's so versatile for the whole season. 

winter nail polishes
Last but definitely not least is Halo De Rose from Bourjois. The brush in this polish makes it so easy to apply - not quite one second but close enough. I use this polish if I'm feeling lazy because it's so easy to top up. It's a great glitter polish for the festive season and I'll definitely be picking up more from this range!

There you have it, my winter nail polish picks. I hope you enjoyed reading and be sure to let me know if you have any go-to winter colours or nail polish brands that you love!

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