|Beths Blue by Models Own|
Just painted my nails ready for going to uni and for lunch with my friend Jonny and before i put a top coat on, i thought id write a little blog post about the polish I’ve used. Its called Beths Blue by Models Own. I do apologise if all of my blog posts on nails seem to be about Models Own polishes, its just that i most of the polishes i own are by Models Own and they’re the ones i use most frequently out of my nail polish collection. I love them so much because they’re great quality for a great price and rival the high end brands- and win! They’re such good value for money, but they haven’t skimped on the packaging like some brands do. I love the way the polishes look both in the bottle and on my nail and Beths Blue is no exception.
The application of Beths blue is easy- the consistency is so smooth and creamy. It definitely needs to coats but most polishes do.
|Beths Blue after one coat|
|Beths Blue after two coats|
I absolutely love the colour of Beths Blue, I’ve never seen a colour like this by any other brands and it is most certainly a welcome addition to my pastel polish collection. The colour is like a blue/light violet colour and actually reminds me a bit of a blue version Lilac Dream by Models Own, if that makes any sense! The colour is so creamy and after two coats it doesn’t look at all streaky.
This was £5 but if you check out Models Own you’ll find loads of money saving offers as if you buy more, you save more 🙂 They also sell the polishes in Boots 🙂 But i dont think my local one has them in so i always shop online (best savings too!).
Im wearing this polish with skinny jeans, my new Ralph Lauren polo (in quite a similar colour) and jumper and some cosy knitwear I’ve just got from Primark. Cant believe its cold enough for a scarf already. Gutted!
Overall a lovely polish and definitely worth five of the queens English! My boyfriend has even complimented me on this colour- now, for a boy to notice nail polish, it MUST be good!