February 10, 2014

NAIL OF THE DAY. NAILS INC ST JAMES.


Morning Ladies and Gents! I hope you had a lovely weekend. Sticking to the usual schedule, here is my Nails of the Day post. Today's shade is inspired by this week of luuurrrv, oh yes Valentine's day. I have to be honest, I highly dislike V-day. It's cheesy, silly and well just a waste of peoples good hard earned cash. Don't get me wrong I have had some wonderfully romantic V-days in my time and I will never forget my Dad always sending me a dozen red roses to my school each year. Oh the embarrassment was awful but it was so sweet. 
As florists, it is one of the biggest events in the calender, well it was when we used to have our shop on Fulham Palace Road and I have such found memories of working late into the night and selling red roses all day long. Now I am older, it all just seems rather silly. But in true Valentine's style, I have picked my favourite red nail polish to match this week of luuuurrrvvvv. Meet St James by Nails inc c/o. This nail varnish is a bright red hue that reminds me of our good old British postboxes. It's gorgeous for Winter and really stands out on your nails. I would definitely recommend wearing a base coat underneath this shade, as like most red shades they tend to stain. 
I wish you a lovely week folks and if you are after a last minute Valentines day gifts, I have a special posts coming up on Wednesday morning...Till then peeps! 

Hugs & Kisses
Becki xox



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  1. I love Nails Inc Polishes & the way they apply. They always look so glossy too. This is a gorgeous shade & the perfect Valentines shade.
    http://www.letstalkbeauty.co.uk/

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    1. For me they are the best! I do love me some rimmel 60 second ones but these are amazing! Can't go wrong with red for vday! Becki xx

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  2. This is like THE perfect red shade :) love it! Thanks for sharing :) x

    withalittlepixiedust.blogspot.co.uk

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