Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Feather Polish with Feather Accent

Good evening lovelies

Hope you all had lovely Easter breaks? I am sure I mentioned this last week but Mr LiPP and I are off work this week... Yay :-). So far we have had a fantastic time. Yesterday we had a lazy duvet day and today we went into the city for a touch of shopping and a fantastic lunch in a new steak restaurant. We have lots more planned over the next few days including a meal at the Jamie Oliver restaurant. We always eat so much when we are not at work!

Onto my nails... these little pretties were inspired by the recent trend of textured or feathered polishes that I have seen and read so much about.

I started with the very pretty China Glaze For Audrey, the perfect pale turquoise creme.

I then added one coat of Invogue Feather in Sunset to each finger apart from my ring finger. Sunset has a clear base and contains matte bar glitters in white and peach. I am not a fan of bar glitters however I do have a passion for all things feather related so I just knew I had to try at least one of these.

On my ring finger I then stamped this simple feather outline using Konad White and plate GA38.

How do you like the feather style polishes?

Nails Inc recently released a range of feather polishes but as they retail at £11 a bottle I decided to try this new range from Invogue instead. At only £3.49 I am pleasantly surprised and may go back for a few more... :-).

Louise xx


  1. Omg! I'm writing up a review on the whole Invogue feather collection right now, what a coincidence!

    Aren't they such a bargain? I'd much rather buy them than the Nails Inc ones.

    Great nail design by the way, I love how you've done double feathers :)

    Laura xx
    Laura's All Made Up ♥

  2. Gorgeous! I've never seen invogue polishes before but I will have to keep my eyes pealed. I love the colour contrast. Hope you two have a fantastic week off and enjoy Jamie Oliver's restaurant, how exciting! Jamie seems huge here in Holland. I said to my boyfriend while watching tv "Wow he looks just like Jamie Oliver!"..I quickly felt pretty silly when he pointed out how popular he is here too! :) xxx

  3. I love the blue colour but to be honest I hate the feather polish. But then I hate bar glitter for the most part so I am not surprised. I do like your color choices they go well together.