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NOTD: A England - Jane Eyre

Hi all!

So these are my party nails! I went out on the 28th for my works do and as my outfit was predominantly leopard print I want something a bit neutral BUT I decided to add a bit of sparkle with China Glaze Water You Waiting For? on my ring finger.


Jane Eyre is from the A England Gothics collection, this is the only 1 that I have picked up because Jane Eyre is my all time favourite classic novel.


This was lovely in 2 coats.


Water You Waiting For? is from the China Glaze Cirque de Soleil movie and blue seems to be my favourite polish colour so this worked really well as it had some teal/aqua blue through it as well as the mid-blue and dark-blue glitter.


Without underwear this was perfect in 3 coats.

I love the look of this mani, it's been a while since I've done a ring mani and I really do like it.







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  1. You know, I got Jane Eyre. Tried and I wasn't impressed at all! Just didn't do it for me at all :-( That will sometimes happen eh?

    Love the China Glaze one, it's pretty cool.

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  2. The shimmer didnt pop much for Jane Eyre thou.. :( looks black for all colors. Sad

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