Thursday's talons have been done using No7 Queenie as a base and applying Barry M Pink Iridescent as a top coat.
Are you a fan of glitter top coats?
Bye for now,
I chose this shade because of the very fine particles of red glitter. I thought it would be a good polish to hide the imperfections in my nails. I chose to use it for my manicure because I wanted a polish which would dry quickly. What a mistake. Two of my nails smudged very badly over two hours after I had applied the polish. I love this shade and it is a dramatic, sophisticated colour which will be noticed but it doesn't live up to its name of "speed dry" and durability is rather poor too- tip wear and chips after less than 24 hours. Disappointing for a supposedly good quality nail polish that retails for £7, tolerable for a brand I don't have much faith in. Do you like this shade? What do you think of No7 polishes?
Bye for now, Laura
Even my optician admired my nails
It's quick and easy to prepare and takes about 45mins to cook in the oven. Do you like the look of it? If so, read on to find out how to make this delicious meal :-)
Ingredients: lentils, carrots, one tin of chopped tomatoes, water, cheese, salt and herbs if desired
Step 1: Pour one cup of lentils and one cup of water into an ovenproof dishStep 2: Add the tin of chopped tomatoes, mix so the lentils are covered and add salt/herbs if desired. Cover and put into the oven at approximately 180 degrees for 20 minutes