Saturday, 24 May 2014

Barry M Aquarium collection in Pacific, Topshop holographic nail stickers | Nailed It




Barry M Aquarium polish in Pacific, Sally Hansen double duty base and top coat, Topshop nail stickers

As revision procrastination this week I gave myself a quick mani using Pacific from Barry M's Aquarium collection and these Topshop holographic nail stickers I picked up in a sale a while back. I loove these Barry M polishes, dying to get more of the collection! These stickers are quickly becoming favs too, although I do struggle with getting them to lie flat occasionally they are crazy pretty, especially when the sun hits them (see above) and the holographic-ness is visible! Have you guys tried any of the Barry M Aquarium collection? xx


Sarah P said...

Ooh I really like this, I may have to see if Topshop sell any more nail stickers (I've never really considered them before!).

Sarah xo | PolkaDotLemon

Anonymous said...

Stunning shades!

Emma x

Eilidh said...

Oh i love the stickers!

Eilidh from Velvet-Winter

Daniella C said...


Melissa Nadine said...

Great stickers! Wish I could grow out my stubby little nails and try stuff like this!

Linderella said...

I love the look of these. The first thought I had was that it reminds me of mermaids, so the name "Aquamarine" is very fitting!

Anthea Lau said...

nice metallic nail polish in blue, and love those cute little patterns on the nails!

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

Josie said...

These are awesome, what a fab combo! I'm pretty terrible at nail art but I reckon even I could handle nail stickers x

Josie’s Journal

Melissa said...

Those look AWESOME! Need to get me some! x

Sarah P said...

Thanks for the comment and letting me know about the link ;). I went into Topshop yesterday to see if they had any nail stickers and they didn't, only nail wraps :(boo! xo

drawnbyfeatherlines said...

so cute! Can't wait to try this out!


LadyGeexox said...

That colour is lush!x

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