Saturday 26 April 2014


Hello everyone,

I've decided that I no longer have the time for nail polish and nail art anymore so I'm going to sell all my nail art tools and polish. I have a stash list at the top of my page that you can see all my polish, I will update it today as it doesn't have everything I own on it.
I also have stamping plates, nail art pens, brushes, glitter ect.
If you are interested in any of the polishes or tools then please email me at and we can negotiate a price.

Thursday 17 October 2013

Elegant Touch Polished Nude Review

Hello everyone!
It's been a long time since I posted anything on the blog but just recently I decided I should spend time getting back into blogging! 
So for my return I'm going to review a product that I recently received.
The product in question is Elegant Touchs Polished range of nails in nude 319. 
The packaging is simple and allows you to view the shade and length of the nails before purchasing.
Upon opening the box, you see all of the things that Elegant Touch include.
Within each box you get 24 nails in varying sizes, a mini nail file, the adhesive tabs and an instruction leaflet. The instructions are very easy to follow and the whole application process, from choosing the nails to finish took me around 15 minutes.
The good points about these nails are that they have uv technology so the nails don't scratch or chip and they're very shiny and pretty. The nails claim to last for 7 days, so I'll write a separate post in a week to let you all know how they hold up.
Overall, I'm very impressed with this product and will use these nails again in the future. They have a wide range of products and with how quick and easy the application process is I can't find one thing wrong with this product.

Have you tried any of the Elegant Touch range if nails? If so leave me a comment :)

Charlotte <3

Wednesday 26 June 2013

International Nail League - Week 1

Hello everyone!
Todays post is the start of a new feature on my blog - International Nail Friends!
This feature will showcase a host of nail bloggers and let you get to know them all a little bit better, and also give you a chance to follow some new blogs run by lovely people.
So on with week 1....

Name - Vedrana
Facebook Link -
What country are you from? - Serbia

Background  information about yourself - I’m what in my country is known as an eternal student. I study Turkish language and literature. When I’m not blogging or studying I make beadwoven jewellery and collect rocks and minerals. My favourite labradorite can be seen in several photos on my blog.

What got you interested in nails/nail art? I used to bite my nails till I was 10-11 years old and I actually stopped biting them in order to have something I could paint. Some years ago I completely neglected my nails and got back in the nail polish game after I discovered a nail polish lovers’ community at the first and largest Serbian forum for women. The members’ photos and discussions motivated me to start caring about my nails again.

Why did you decide to start a nail blog? At first I wanted to keep a record of my experiences with the polishes I tried because I tend to forget why I liked/disliked something and afterwards I realized I could 
actually help people with my pics and reviews and that I can showcase local brands to international audience.

Favourite nail post of yours It is hard for me to pick one now that I have written nearly 300 posts. My first splatter mani is among my favourite posts because I don’t do nail art, but something as messy as splatter appeals to me, I liked the finished look and I didn’t make as big a mess as I thought I’d make. The polishes I used are Don Juan 101 for base and Golden Rose 262 and Golden Rose 287 for splatter. I used regular drinking straw to make the pattern all over my nails (and hands). Applying hand cream made cleanup easier.

What is your favourite nail polish? It’s a tie between Color Club Revvvolution and Rimmel Lycra Pro Fierce Cherry.

What is your favourite nail art technique and why? I don’t know if gradient counts, but gradient. I dread nail art because I’m not talented for it and I don’t have much patience. Gradient is simple and fast and it’s hard to mess up so it is perfect for me.

Does anyone else in your life share your passion for nails? One of my best friends caught the bug from me and she is turning into a real aficionado, and my best guy friend (straight, I have to add) actually asked me to do nail art on his nails on several occasions and he wore it proudly every time.

What are some of your favourite nail blogs? I prefer Serbian blogs because we mostly write about locally available polishes. Some of my favourite Serbian blogs are:
And some of my generally favourite nail blogs are:
Do you take part in any nail art challenges or competitions etc? I haven’t taken part in any challenges yet, mostly because I don’t have time, but there were some I’d like to have taken part in. I have successfully taken part in two local nail art contests.

What are your favourite brands of nail polish to use? One Coat line of polishes by local brand Don Juan, Flormar polishes, China Glaze and OPI.

In your nail polish collection what shades do you have the most of? Red, with purple as a close second.

How many bottles of nail polish do you own? At the moment 206.

Anything else you would like to add… I’m looking forward to discovering any new nail polish related blog, nail polish brand, tip, technique... I’ll try everything, although I maybe won’t write about it.

That's all for this post guys!
But keep an eye out for another post in a few days time!
Thanks for reading!

Tuesday 18 June 2013

I'm Back!

Hey everyone!

Guess who's back to blogging! That's right, me!!!

I have a lot of really exciting stuff coming up for you guys to read soon so keep an eye out for a lot of new posts from me.
So, I know it's been a long time since I posted and I just wanted to fill you guys in on why I took a break from blogging. I've just finished my second year at University and let me tell you it has been crazy! I found I was struggling to keep up with my uni work and this blog so blogging had to take a back seat but now I'm back!

This first post is about something that I've wanted to set up for a while actually and I think that now would be a good time, to help me ease back into blogging. So this new adventure is for anyone who has a nail blog of their own! Basically it's a questionnaire all about you, your blog, what nail trends you like etc... It's so that all of my readers can learn about new nail blogs, new nail techniques and just generally get to know some new people from the nail blogging community. If this is something that you'd be interested in participating in then please send me an email at: and I'll send you the form our straight away. 

I'm also looking into setting up a new nail challenge soon as well so if that's something that anyone would be interested in helping me run then please send me an email at the above address :)

To conclude, I've really missed blogging and I'm really glad to be getting back into it. So keep your eyes peeled for lots of new and exciting things coming up over the next few weeks such as reviews, giveaways and much more!

Thanks for reading,

Monday 28 January 2013

An apology

Hey everyone!
Sorry I've not posted for a long while! My uni work is currently crazy and I really need to concentrate on that. I'm going to start trying to get more posts up by scheduling them in advance but I'm really sorry if I don't post as often. My uni work is really important to me and will obviously always come before this blog but I have really missed posting. Hopefully that will change soon! :)

Other than that I want to apologize because I've had some major problems with my giveaway. I haven't drawn a winner yet as I'm having some difficulties with the prizes. The rules on shipping nail polish have changed recently and A-England have decided that for now they will only be shipping within the UK. I feel that this isn't fair on all of my followers if I only offer it my UK followers so I'm looking into a different prize and will post here when I have decided so please keep an eye out for that. If you ahev an idea that you think would work for a prize then please leave a comment below, I love reading all of your feedback :)

Thanks for reading!

Monday 26 November 2012

Winter and Christmas Nail Art!

Hello everyone!
Because I've been so busy at uni recently I've deiced I'm going to start practicing some nail art on nail wheels to show you all. Hopefully this will make it easier for me to post more regularly until all my deadlines are out of the way. I've recently become really uninspired and not really wanted to do much nail art but over the weekend I thought of some really cute ideas, so here they are....

So these are my Christmas/Winter inspired nails. From left to right - Snowflakes! A ginger bread man. A Christmas wreath with berries. A festive Christmas tree an of course a beautifully wrapped present complete with tag! I have many more ideas to finish this wheel off and will keep posting my ideas as and when I complete each set :) 
Anyway, let's take a closer look at this nail art!
Snowflake Nails:
So first up we have the snowflake nail art! I used two coats of OPI What's With The Cattitude? for the base colour. This blue is absolutely perfect for this kind of nail art, it's a beautiful wintery blue. I then added one coat of China Glaze Fairy Dust on top but you can't see it on the picture! :( I then used a small nail art brush and Barry M White to draw the snowflake in the top corner of the nail. I then added different sized dots of Barielle Platinum ring with dotting tools.
Ginger Bread Man Nails:
For the ginger bread man I used three coats of China Glaze I Herd That for the base, as the colours in the glitter really reminded me of gingerbread and just Christmas in general! I then used Sally Hansen Iced coffee to create the gingerbread mans body with a small nail art brush. Then using a small dotting tool, I added Barry M White and Essie Tour De Finance to create the eyes, smile and buttons.
Sorry about the blurry picture! My camera really doesn't want to co-operate with the crappy weather we're having in England at the minute! :( 
Wreath Nails: 
For the wreath nails I used two coats of H&M Berry Love as the base as red always reminds me of Christmas time as well. I then used OPI Don't Mess With OPI and Sally Hansen Going Green to create the leaves of the wreath with a small nail art brush. I then added a small circle to the middle with China Glaze Mahogany Magic and the berries with a small dotting tool using Barry M raspberry.
Christmas Tree Nails:
The Christmas Tree nail art was created by using two coast of Barry M White for the base and one coat of China Glaze Fairy Dust over the top to give the illusion of glittering snow in the background. I then used OPI Don't mess with OPI and a small nail art brush to create the shape of the tree. I then added two coats of Barry M Amythest Glitter on to the top of the tree as it reminded me of twinkling Christmas lights :)
Christmas Present Nails:
The Christmas present was probably the easiest of the lot to create.. I used two coats of OPI Pink Friday for the base and free handed the ribbon on with Barielle Platinum Ring and the normal polish brush. I then used a small nail art brush to create the tag with Barry M White.

I hope you enjoyed my latest nail art and I hope you all don't mind I'm using my nail wheels for the next two weeks or so until my assignments are over.
Please feel free to leave me comments below, I love hearing your opinions :)
Thanks for reading :)

Wednesday 21 November 2012

Late Blogiversary Giveaway!

Hello everyone!
Sorry for the lack of posting yet again, we're getting close to deadline hand ins at uni so I've not got much time to post but as soon as my works out of the way, posting will return to normal!

Anyway, I completly missed the one year anniversary of my blog as I was so busy, it was on the 6th! :P But I have a special giveaway for you all to show how much I appreciate you all. I never in my wildest dreams thought I'd get any followers on this blog. I originally set it up to keep a record of the progress I made and to reflect on as time passed, but through this I have met some amazing people and took part in some amazing challenges. So please take part in this giveaway!

The prize will be two A-England polishes of your choice from any of the collections, and this giveaway is open internationally! :D

Also, I know that the finish date is a long way away but I can't afford prizes till after Christmas :( Although, I will pick a few additional winners for some surprise gifts to make up for this fact! :D

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Thanks for entering :)

Friday 9 November 2012

Born Pretty Store Review Part 2

Hello everyone,
Today I have part 2 of my Born Pretty Store review for you all. Again I was supplied with the polish in this post for my honest review.

Onto the pictures...

 For these nails I used three coats of OPI Play The Peonies as the base colour, as the polish I'm reviewing is very sheer. I'd defintly class it as a glow in the dark topcoat. it's also tinted pink so gave the base colour more warmth which I really like. It also dried to a semi-matte finish which I loved! You can add a topcoat to create a glossier look if you'd prefer :)
This polish again, has a number rather than a name. It would make life so much easier if it had a proper name but oh well :P I used three coats of this polish over Play The Peonies to create a nice pink colour. The polish applied really well and is a nice consistency to work with, the smell is rather weird though :P I then held my nails up to a light for about 30 seconds to "charge" the polish...
 This is the best picture I could could get of the polish glowing but it was much brighter in real life. I really love glow in the dark polishes and this one is no exception. There are many on the market so you can always find something that takes your fancy :)

Also remember you can use the code "CLL91" to get 10% off your order at Born Pretty Store

Thanks for reading :)

Wednesday 7 November 2012

Born Pretty Store Nail Polish Review Part 1

Hello everyone!
Today I have part one of a review of some Born pretty store products for you all. Before I start I must say that these products were provided to me by Born Pretty store for my honest opinion, and with that said on to the post! :)

The first product I chose to review can be found here -

I chose this polish because I absolutely love all things glitter and it looks very beautiful and like a few indie polishes I've had my eye on recently, so here's some swatches...

Unfortunately this polish doesn't have a name, it is listed on Born Pretty Store as "Gold Color Glitter Nail Polish Nail Art -80" I wish it had a proper name as it really is beautiful. As you can see from the above picture this polish contains small gold glitters and larger turquoise, red/orange and gold glitters in a clear base.
For these swatches I layered one thick coat of the polish over one layer of Revlon Lunar, to show all the colours of the glitters. I'm really glad I chose to layer this polish over black, it reminds me of Christmas tree lights and I honestly really love it! The application of this polish was also good, it was a great consistency to work with and one coat applied plenty of the glitter to my nail. I didn't need to dab glitter anywhere it applied very smoothly and evenly.
I would reccomend this polish to anyone who loves glitter, it is absolutely gorgeous and can be layered over ,many different colours to create different effects, or built up to be worn on its own.I can't wait to wear this polish again, it's perfect for Christmas but I can also see this looking nice over brighter colours when summer rolls around again.

Thanks for reading :)


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