7.4.14

Nails of the week: Polish Me Silly- Neon Lights

If you follow me on instagram then do doubt you've already seen me raving on about this polish. It is just SO pretty, I've been wearing it solidly for almost a week now which is unheard of unless I'm wearing gel. 

I think I could just about get away with wearing this too work. Yes it's a little cray-cray but from afar it looks like a regular neutral manicure, up close you're hit by the gorgeousness of the neon glitters. 

This particular polish is called Neon Lights and is a gorgeous creamy white jelly with neon glitter.
Below I'm wearing thee coats, I think this was just due to the fact that It was a new bottle and I've since managed to recreate the same effect with just two coats. 


If you haven't heard of Polish Me Silly then you really need to get on over to Etsy and check out their collection which is full of beautiful and unusal handmade nail polishes. They are an up and coming, Mother and Daughter ,owned Indie brand. You may have known them as Lush Lacquer previously.  The link to their webpage is Here




My next puchase from the collection is going to be Clowning Around- a neon glitter topcoat. This is not a sponsored post, I'm just blown away with the gorgeousness of this polish, all I can say is #obsessed

Have you tried any Indie nail polish brands?

Thanks for reading, I'm off to ogle more swatches on their Instagram page......


7 comments

  1. Love your new blog layout and LOVE that polish!! It's gorgeous :) xx

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    1. Thanks Emma, glad you like the new layout! I couldn't decide weather or not to leave it plain as it was or add a template, I'm happy I made the change :)
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    1. You're right, it's such a summery polish isn't it!!
      xx

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  3. those neon coloured speckles look super cute in this nail polish!

    Check out my latest posts on the Blog :)
    AL xx
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