Hey there my lovely readers!
Time to share another one of the pretty new shades recently launched by the nail polish brand True Brit London, today I have a shade that is just so perfect for summer I know I will be rocking this both on my fingers & tootsies for sure & is the so very suitably titled...*Seaside!
ALL THE HEART EYE EMOJIS. Isn't it puuuuuurdy?!
Seaside is a stunning coral pink creme reminiscent of sunny seaside beach days, shades on, Mr Whippy cone in hand...why just wearing it has made me excited for summer (if it ever comes) as I want to do as many coastal trips as possible, who doesn't love a blissful mini break on a sunny beach?
The formula of Seaside is a thick creme but this doesn't make it problematic at all & I managed to apply two coats nice & smoothly to achieve this gorgeously glossy opaque finish.
Unghhh so much Coral love happening here...I honestly can't stop staring at it...I just need a moment...
....Okay I'm back with you. Even though this stunner is lovely all by its onesie I wanted to play around & incorporate some nail art with this uber pretty shade & I thought, what with it recently being Easter & all...why not have some fun with zig zags & dots for a decorated egg type look?
The coral backdrop really made the white nail art pop on another level. I do wish I'd used a thinner brush for my zig zags but I guess I must've just been so overwhelmed by the polish's beauty that my senses had departed for a short time...plus I'm just a lazy bum who happened to just reach for the nearest brush O_o
To help create the look I start by applying dots where I want my zig zags to be like shown, this just makes it much easier to draw I find, a little bit like those connect the dots puzzles! Aaah remember those? Start with 3 dots along the tip of the nail
Then add three more dots above those nearer the cuticle,
Then above your rows of three dots, add two more dots which will then allow you to connect into triangle shapes as shown.
Carry along all the way until you've connected them all & you have your two zig-zag rows
For final detail I added on a few dots along the zig zags as well.
Finish with topcoat to seal & shine & you're done!
Now I'm off to book a Cornwall getaway....I am seriously itching to return to this beautiful part of England after falling in love with the place last Christmas, I can only imagine how wonderful it would be in the summer. True Brit London polishes can be found online for £12.50.
Have a peek at some of the other stunning shades available from my previous posts HERE. Thanks as always for reading my dears & I'll catch you next time!
Lotsa love to ya!
Disclaimer - * products featured were sent to me for my consideration. I am not affiliated with the brand nor paid for this post, this review has been as always my 100% honest opinion! :)