opportunity to guest post on her fab blog whilst she’s on holiday. Since she’s enjoying her hols, I
thought I’d create a post with a summer holiday feel and show you some fun Sherbet Summer Nails I
wore recently. I don’t know about you, but sometimes I find it really hard to decide on just one shade for my nails and
quite often opt for at least two. On this particular occasion I was rummaging through my nail polish
collection for a new look to apply and noticed how many sherbet, pastel shades I have, so I thought
I’d create a Sherbet Summer Nails look! Well, why not!
Sherbet (purple), Essie’s Mint Candy Apple (green) and Company magazines polish in Foxes
(orange). I thought this selection would make a really fun, summery look that pretty much caters for
any outfit. What I find quite interesting about using lots of different polishes’ for one look, from different brands
and applying them at the same time, is that you really notice the difference in how they apply. My
favourite and the easiest to apply from this bunch was the Ciate Purple Sherbet. The brush is really
lovely and long and wide giving you oodles of ability to paint the nail in just a couple strokes. The
consistency of the polish is also really smooth and glides onto the nail to easily.
being so ‘ickle, the brush is really short and stubby as well, which makes applying quite fiddly. Also,
the polish itself is a bit thick and whilst it seems to dry quite quickly, thick plus speedy drying don’t
seem to work that well together; especially in the summer heat! So I was glad to only be applying this
shade to my baby finger nails!
extra shine and staying power, it’s never a bad idea to add a clear top coat.
way. Perfect for all those floaty, pastels dresses I’ve been wearing lately. So if you’re feeling
indecisive about your nail colour, why not mix and match from your collection. I bet you’ll be pleased
what you come up with!
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