Nails Inc Slone Street and Born Pretty Store BP-42

My the last couple of manis have been quite dark, so I decided I needed a nice bright cheerful colour and hopefully encourage the sun out again. It worked for a day or two!

I had a rummage through my helmer (I finally caved and bought one a month or so ago) and pulled out a bright neon pink from Nails Inc. Apologies in advance, but my camera really didn’t like this pink so the photos are a bit off.

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I would say that in real life, Slone Street is a shade darker than the photos show. Two coats was still a bit patchy, but three gave a nice even finish. It dried matte, but that is normal for neons. I topcoated after stamping, so all the photos show a glossy finish.

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The stamping comes from Born Pretty Store plate BP-42, using MoYou London White Knight stamping polish. I struggled with this one – I find the MoYou London polishes difficult to use and very easy to smear with topcoat. I’m sure it’s my technique, I just need to practice more. Wish Barry M did a white and black foil!

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This is my thumbnail, which probably came out the best of all of them. As you can see, this image has lots of random lines and squiggles, and I thought it went well with the pink.

I did like this mani, it looks great from a distance 😉 I’m going to ask for advice on using the MoYou polishes in a Facebook group I’m part of, and see if that will help.

Till next time,
Love,
Jo x

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