Right. House of Fraser's Apothecary has a lot to answer for. For the last few months, they have been quietly whispering to me, calling to me & enabling my need, a yearning if you will, for the prettiest of the prettiest nail varnishes. These shouldn't be worn. These should be displayed in the fancy guest bathroom for all your visitors to "oooh" and "aaahhh" over.
A wee while ago, I introduced you to Bad Romance, by Deborah Lippmann. For those who are new to me & my blog, I may seem like an innocent blue-eyed, blonde whose butter wouldn't melt, but in reality, I still haven't quite let go of my rock/alternative tendencies of my early 20s. So Bad Romance was instant love. A hardcore black jelly with the most divine hot pink/purple glitter. But my eye had already been caught by Ruby Red Slippers. It would seem that House of Fraser can read my actual mind as last week an email landed on my MacBook... "there is a little parcel in the post, on it's way to you...". Who am I to argue?
Please, indulge in some Deborah Lippmann glitter polish porn...
'Glitter in The Air' is like a baby's breath blue, with the most romantic, softest pink & pale blue glitter running through. It's like the Cinderella to the Wicked Stepsisters and it tiptoes gently across your nails, demure, polite & very very pretty.
The Wicked Stepsisters. These shades are like the 'other woman'. High heels, red lips, bad-ass attitude. I don't want to wear these on my nails; I want to turn these bottles in brooches & wear them pinned to my blazer. These bottles are like gems - absolutely stunning to look at & just scream collectors items. I know this probably doesn't make much sense, but it's a bad case of love!