Beauty, Life, Style

Cocktail Hour: Nails Inc Piccadilly Circus

Hey guys! It's Friday and the last instalment of Nail Week. 
Piccadilly Circus is my go to cocktail hour nail polish shade. In bright daylight it's a deep cerise pink. But at dusk, well that's when the magic really happens. This polish transforms into a sophisticated, vampy, deep berry colour. It's beautiful, it really is.

The Perfect Nude: Revlon Gray Suede


This is my perfect nude nail polish. Not too pink, not to beige. This beauty has got me through job interviews, a romantic break in Paris and a holiday with friends in Rome. Always sophisticated and polished, there really isn't an occasion where this doesn't work.

Essie Mint Candy Apple Dupe! Maybelline Mint for Life

I've been lusting after Essie Mint Candy Apple for what seems a lifetime. 

So when I saw this on a 3 for 2 in Superdrug the other day I squealed, did a little dance and ran to the till. The name is super catchy *takes deep breath* - Maybelline Forever Strong Super Stay Gel Nail Colour in Mint for Life.

Office Appropriate Nails

I'm going to apologise now for the state of some of the bottles this week. These clearly aren't new polishes. These are tried and tested favourites.

They're what I class as my 'work' nail polish colours. Some say boring. I say chic and understated. If you work in an office where you can get away with blue nails, I envy you. For the rest of us, here are my favourite 'office appropriate' shades.

Essie Summer 2013 Collection

These Essie polishes are in all my favourite colours! 

I'd describe these colours as bright pastels. There's some very fine glitter in there that creates a lovely subtle shimmer. Perfect for holidays, festivals and picnics in the park.

Brindisa Tapas Kitchen Soho, London

To celebrate Tom's birthday we went for a little wonder round Soho to find something delicious to eat. After spending 10 minutes debating the options we finally settled on Tapas. We meandered down the road and stumbled upon Brindisa Tapas Kitchen. Walking in it felt authentically Spanish and cosy. We were escorted to the back where there was more of a cafeteria feel with long wooden tables and high stools. 

We were seated next to the open kitchen. I rather like an open kitchen. It adds a bit of theatre to the evenings proceedings. And you know they're not secretly microwaving last nights leftovers.
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