Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Digit-al Dozen meets Work Wear Wednesday

Hi Goddesses

So, WWW is back today - it never really "went" anywhere, but was a victim of my "argh, I have too many posts to do" paddy.  So here we are, and not only do we have a sensational polish, it also has some amazing nail art which fits with this month's Digit-al Dozen theme of Love and Heartbreak.

The polish is Bury Walk by Nails Inc, and it's sensational.   NI do nudes and neutrals really well, and it's kind of shocking how many times they have featured on the WWW feature.   

Bury Walk is a cross between a beige and a grey, super glossy and - look! - laden with shimmer.

I'll be honest, I took probably a gazillion and three photos of this polish, just turning that shimmer to the light.  I love that it's a warm shimmer on a cold polish, AND that it's quite visible, and doesn't require a squint and some 3-D glasses to see it.

Of course, no one else will ever notice the shimmer, not unless they are french, kissing your hand and murmuring "enchantee", but wow - subtle and beautiful, all at the same time.

So what art could I do with this that would compliment it but not overwhelm it?   Well, for a long time I've wanted to try stamping with more than 1 colour, so that's what I did here, using Konad lilac, pale blue and pale green to create a mushy pastel-rama that works better on some nails than others.

I think my favourite nails are definitely the middle and ring fingers where the pattern is less solid.

Again, from a distance, you wouldn't notice this pattern, it's THAT subtle, so this might work for those of you who don't have to get too up and personal with your boss :)

Don't forget to check out the rest of the Digit-al Dozen, and I'll see you tomorrow with some hardcore pink hotness!  :)  xx

ALSO, we have 2 Inlinkz codes today - every Wednesday, the British Bloggers are linking together so you can see our British Amazingness all in one place :)

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