I was filming my next You Tube video and I realised one of my nails had split so this meant the CND Shellac had come away with it. I know this is totally princess problems but I didn't really have enough time to film the rest of the video therefore I didn't really have the time to switch up my nails but it had to be done!
It was a case of grabbing whatever initially popped into my head and that was CND Shellac in Peacock Plume. I then chose Lecente Multi Glitz in Sweetie Pie and sat down to throw it together in sort of fashion, I'm not going to even lie! As I sat applying the base coat I then decided to use the new Lecente Iridescent in Ocean and figured I'd chuck it in somewhere.
Once I applied my two coats of Peacock Plume I used my fluffy brush to apply Sweetie Pie in a diagonal line from the top corner of the nail down to the opposite corner. I then took the Ocean glitter and filled in the rest of the nail with that. As Sweetie Pie is a multi glitz you can see the mix of glitter sizes throughout the centre and then it merges into the amazing blue and green sparkles of Ocean.
These nails are the type that you need to see in real life as it's a gorgeous combination. I'm going to try and get a video of them to see if it captures all of the greens and blues, if I do it will be on Instagram and Snapchat
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