How to do Christmas Nails

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'Tis the season to sparkle

I love this look on my nails and it is so easy to do, a basecoat, then a lovely light blue, then a sparkly glitter polish, followed by a topcoat, easy!

Do be blue...
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Blue is the coolest colour

I used this lovely blue Gelly Hi-Shine Nail Paint from Barry M, in Elderberry (428) applied two coats, leaving around 5 mins between coats.

I think you could use this colour in the spring too, without the glitter on top!
Everyone needs a little sparkle
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A little bit of Sparkle

I waited another 5 mins before applying the glitter, also from Barry M, in Starlight (439). 
Both the nail paints go on so easily and don't smell too much either!
Nail's inc, do so many different nail paints that sometimes its difficult to choose one!
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Super Shiny

This is the best product ever, I always finish off with Nail's inc. caviar topcoat, as it speeds up the drying and gives nails an extra shine!
The nail's Inc. topcoat says that it drys in 45 sec, which it may do if you have only applied one coat, however as I think its better to go for two coats with this polish, plus the base coat, I do wait a little longer!
Sparkly all night long!
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All that glitters is blue!!!

I so love this look and think it is a good alternative to red, as its like frost on a snowy christmas morning....

I love Barry M's Gelly Hi-Shine polishes as they are almost as good as going to the salon and getting Gel nail's but at a much lower price, also you have the beauty of changing your colour more often which is a plus for me as I love painting my nails! 

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