I absolutely love the Models Own brand…. They create polishes that are really worth buying due to their value for money and they are always high quality! I am yet to discover one of their polishes that doesn't go on smoothly and last for ages. Sooo…..
When they brought out the Sticky Fingers collection I really wanted to try the only colour that was a brand new colour for Models Own and that was a beautiful lime green called Green Galodiola.
(Sorry about this picture, took this one on my phone)
If you don't know what the Sticky Fingers collection is, it is basically a range of nail polishes that come with a set of nail stickers. The green I chosen comes with the wonderful flowers you can see in my pictures, but at the time it came out I was a little bit broke, so it has taken until now for my to get some! I picked up this polish when their 6 for £20 offer was running online, along with the neon pastel orange I have used that is called Beach Bag. This is from their Polish for Tans range, which consists of a selection of neon paints that are designed to compliment a Tan. Perfect for the upcoming summer.
I chose to use both these polishes together to create a gradient (and I got a few more polishes which I will do other blogs for) and I love how the colours worked together!
Inside this mani looks really cute and pastely, which goes so well with the flowers… but when I go outside it GLOWS! Literally, Beach Bag, looks so bright and vibrant in the sun. Its amazing and I can definitely see how it would compliment a tan, although as a ginger I won't get to experience this… (I know, feel sorry for me).
Also as a ginger I don't usually go for shades of orange because they usually really clash with my hair, but I guess I was feeling bold when I purchased it, and it turns out that I really love the colour and will definitely be wearing it often.
Personally I am really happy with how the mani turned out as it is probably the best gradient I have done. I created it with a wetter sponge than usual, and the sponges were only from Poundland. £1 for a pack of 25. Bargain!
This is my favourite picture of my nails and I am so proud of how they turned out.
Overall I loved both polishes and would really recommend them. The only downside I found was that it took quite a few layers of topcoat to get rid of the fact you can see the edge around the stickers, but as you can see, after 3 topcoats they look smooth and you can see the edges.
Hope you liked this post and like my nails.
Have you tried either polish? What did you think?
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