Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Danglefoot Nail Polish & Nail Artisan Exclusive: Shakespear Duo

Welcome back my lovelies, I hope you all had a really lovely Easter and ate plenty of chocolate eggs. We had a lovely time and the Easter bunny was very generous to Lexi, so as you can imagine I have a sugar filled toddler on my hands. Today I have these beautiful Danglefoot Nail Polish's to share with you, these were made exclusively for Nail Artisan and are inspired by Shakespeare. Read on to find out more...


This beautiful duo consists of a stunning holographic polish and a stunning thermal polish, these are both inspired by Shakespeare plays and are beautiful polishes that can be worn all year round.

The Tempest


The first gorgeous polish is 'The Tempest' this is a dusty blue linear holographic with a pink shimmer and copper flakies. This is fully opaque in 2 coats and really lovely to apply, this is quite a unique polish to my collection and definitely one I will wear quite a lot in the future. 



A Midsummer Nights Dream

Danglefoot Nail Polish A Midsummer Nights Dream (cold)
The second polish in this duo is 'A Midsummer Nights Dream' a beautiful thermal that is a gorgeous royal purple when cold and then a bright pink when warm. This also has micro holographic glitters with a slight blue shimmer, this was fully opaque in 2 coats and another lovely polish to apply 

Danglefoot Nail Polish A Midsummer Nights Dream (warm)

I am really loving this gorgeous duo and I am so glad I grabbed it when I had the chance, I don't think these are available anymore which is such a shame. But there are still plenty of gorgeous polishes that you can pink up from Danglefoot Nail Polish website and a huge variety of Nail Art goodies on Nail Artisan.

I don't think I could choose a favourite out of these two they are both so pretty, Hayley makes such amazing thermal polishes so I would definitely recommend grabbing some if you haven't all ready.

I hope you enjoyed this post and I will see you back here again soon, take care my lovelies.

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