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Christmas Glitter Nails!

Alrighty!  It's December 20th and it's probably about time I did Christmas nails properly.  It wouldn't be me without the sparklies so of course it's going to be all done in glitter. At least I used five different types of glitter!  And pretty base colours!  Let's take a look, shall we?

I wanted to use red and green glitter here and wanted a contrasting base of each of the glitters so to start, I applied three coats of Glitter Gal Red Sparkle and A-England St George, both absolutely gorgeous holo polishes.  I then did my usual trick with the top coat, applying a stripe down the middle of my nail, placing my first column of glitter using an orange stick, then filling out either side.  When you're using bigger glitter like I am here, make sure you press each piece down into the polish and top coat - will help stop it lifting up.  Top with two coats of Seche Vite and you're done. 






The Verdict:  I'm not totally sure of the colours but look, it's sparkly!  Love both of the polishes too, they're always reliable and awesome.  And there's variety in glitter!  Sparkly!  And Christmassy!

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