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Favourite Summer nail colours!

It’s been a while since I’ve done a post featuring my favourite nail colours. The shades that I’ve picked out for this post varies from; pastels, metallic, bold and flashy colours. There’s something about colourful nail colours that instantly puts me in a good mood. These shades certainly do! I love wearing these colours on it’s own or combined together with some cute nail art.

 

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Shades:

Dior  //  #268 Ruban  /  #494 Junon
OPI  //  #That’s Hula-rious!  /  #This Color’s Making Waves  /  #Just Lanai-ing Around
Sally Hansons  //  #710 Blush at Dusk  /  #709 Kashmir Valley

 

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* Dior never disappoints me when it comes to their nail colours. The shades and quality are always on-point! The baby pink and blueish grey nail colours are the perfect match for Summer. Both can be worn during the day and night. As gorgeous as they are, they both do require a double coat.
$28 each

*The OPI colours are a part of the Hawaii collection which is created specially for Spring/Summer 2015. The metallic-green and plum-rose shades are so vibrant and highly pigmented, it only requires a single coat! I keep saying this every time OPI launches a new collection, but I do think this is my favourite collection. I guess OPI keeps surprising me with each new launch. Can you tell by the colours that they’re Hawaii inspired? Not sure, but I can definitely tell you that I’m obsessed with these shades!
49 AED each

* The Sally Hanson nail colours have been created in collaboration with one of my favourite fashion designers; Prabal Gurung along with Tracey Reese. It’s been a while since I’ve found a nail colour that’s perfect for french manicures. The ones that I usually use are either too sheer or too milky, the #710 is just perfect! It has the right amount of milkiness to it and the right amount of pigmentation. The coral shade #709 is out of this world! However it does require a double coat.
39 AED each

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