Christmas Nail Polish

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Christmas Nails
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Christmas Nails

All that glitters...

I love doing my nails, its something that I have always done, I can't actually explain the excitement that I get when they are finished and all shiny... 
Festive colours
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Festive colours

What I use to get festive fingers!!

I love Barry M polishes, they are not that expensive, and come in lots of colours.
I especially love the Gelly Shine nail paints, not as good as Gel Nails, but not that far off.

Nails inc. Basics
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Nails inc. Basics

Don't forget the basics

I didn't used too use a base code and have paid the price with horrible yellow nails, so make sure you start with a good one and finish with a top coat too, as this will make the polish last longer.
I love using Nail's inc, for both base and top coat.

How to do it....

I start with Nails inc.'s caviar basecoat and let this dry for about 5-10 mins.
Its good to let it dry as you don't what to start on a bad foot (or finger, hehe!!) 
Then I apply the nail colour, as it almost christmas, I'm using a lovely cherry red colour from Barry M, its actually called Blood Orange (443), but it looks a festive red to me!!
Blood Orange
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Blood Orange

Painting the town Red...

I apply two coats of this polish, waiting about 5 mins in between coats. This polish goes on easily and doesn't smell to much either... 
Starlight
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Starlight

Its a kind'a Magic

I then apply the glitter, this one is also from Barry M called Starlight (439), I find I only need one coat of this one. 
This is one of my most favorite polishes ever, it has glitter and starts, its amazing...
Top & Bottom!!
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Top & Bottom!!

Don't forget the topcoat

Nails Inc. Caviar top coat is also brilliant, it drys nails in 45 seconds (maybe a bit longer) I leave them 10 mins afterwards, just to make sure they are really dry.
This top also leaves nails supper shiny.
Christmas on fingers...
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Christmas on fingers...

Christmas on your nails

I so love this look, I wish I could wear it all year long....

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