E.L.F Fire Coral

I'm not too fussy when it comes to brands of Nail Varnish, I'll try them all out once. I just can't deal with the watery nail varnish yuck.
ELF Cosmetics a few weeks ago had a code for spend more than £10 get free P&P and I thought what the heck, I've turned into such a nail varnish hoarder can't harm to get some more so I ordered 7 and well that should keep me occupied enough with my NOTD.

As you can see when I did my nail's during the week I decided not to keep them plain and added some black dots, I think my nails look like a ladybird now - awww love 'em lol.

The first image above was taking indoors.

While this one was taken outside, it's been so grey in the UK as of late so not much sun or great outdoor light but you can get the gist.
This is after two coats.

What I used :

Seche Clear Crystal Clear Base Coat
2 Coats of ELF Fire Coral - Purchase Here
Sharpie Permenant Marker
Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat.

-side note. I haven't done any makeup posts as I'm using PanOxyl at the moment to get rid of some stubborn spots and to be honest I just want to focus on that before messing around in the vanity box, but hopefully by next week things shall resume .
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  1. ooh that looks so cute! Im so impatient, i'm so bad at doing little things on my nails. This looks great though, and the Elf nail polish looks like it could be a winner.


  2. That is a cute color.

  3. This is so cute. You are right, it does remind me of lady bugs. I love ladybugs, I have one tattoed on my forearm. It is the official bug of New York. Nice art, I never thought to use a Sharpie, I must try this.

    I see the Avon Sunshine polish in the background! :)