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NOTD: Nails Inc New Burlington Place & Color Club Magic Attraction

Ok so for those eagle eyes out there I got confused yesterday and what I thought was Magic Attraction was actually Sugar Plum Fairy. Today however it is Magic Attraction.

Already loving this mani a whole lot more than yesterday's.

New Burlington Place has a lovely formula and was great to apply. Smooth even application and 2 coats made it opaque. It's a berry colour, not quite raspberry not quite wine. It's also got a metallic sheen and a gold/bronze undertone and shimmer. It's a colour I could admire all day.

Natural light

Color Club Magic Attraction got used over my thumb and ring. It has a reddish tone but as with the other Color Club glitters it is predominantly holographic and bling!

With flash (please ignore my torn cuticle)

I've never used glitters like these before they're so dense and holographic.


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