Sunday, 12 October 2014

NOTD: The Glitter is Back


I haven't painted my nails in awhile (curses self for not making the time) but before that I was wearing lots of summer brights and pastels. Now we've hit Autumn I'm eyeing up darker and more muted shades, including the always loved glitter. I'm like a magpie when it comes to glitter nail varnish - the more concentrated the better! Currently adorning my nails is the beautifully sparkly Razmatazz by Leighton Denny, which is also my first ever nail varnish from this brand. This perfectly brings together the deeper hue and the sparkle I've been lusting after, all in one bottle. 

Razmatazz is a deep but vibrant purple, containing pink and blue glitter. The glitter is very small and concentrated, meaning the finish is quite smooth. I had to apply 3 coats to get the coverage I wanted  and then added a top coat for a glossier finish, but the end result is absolutely stunning. 

If you fancy treating yourself to Razmatazz, it can be picked up for £11.00 from HQ Hair here.

Have you tried any nail varnish from Leighton Denny? Will you be digging out the glitter for the colder months?

Beauty Bird xx




P.S. This post contains a PR sample. This does not affect my opinion of the product.



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18 comments

  1. That polish is beautiful! Quite festive too I think :) I need to paint my nails too, it has been TOO long :(((

    Danniella x
    www.famousinjapan.co.uk

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    1. You're right, it's very festive! I will definitely be wearing it through the Autumn/Winter period! It is nice to give your nails a break sometimes, but it's nice to have some colour on too! xx

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  2. This nail polish is gorgeous!! xoxo

    gemstrends.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. I love this! Some nail polish with glitter are so freaking hard to apply. You don't always get to fill your fingernails with glitter.

    Life With Antlers // A Personal Blog

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    1. This is really easy to apply and I barely even got any on the skin around my nails either :-) xx

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  4. i never heard of this brand but the polish you choice looks fab!

    Chie | The Brown Eyed Fox

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  5. Uhhh, best product name EVUR!? Such a lovely colour! I find glitter polish always lasts longer which is good!

    Tara x

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    1. Haha it's a great name isn't it! I've had this on for three days so far and no chips yet, just some tip wear xx

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  6. Yes it is stunning Sasha - love the colour and finish! I have a few Leighton Denny products to try from a kit I picked up in TKMaxx. I've used his Crystal nail file and love it! xx

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    1. I would like to try some of the non-glitter shades now and see how they fare :-) I love getting a bargain from TKMaxx! xx

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  7. Gorgeous mix of colors! I love glitter polishes for that extra pizzazz, but I hate the removal process lol!

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    1. Uh oh I forgot about what a pain glitter is to remove! Ah well I think it's worth it :-) I love a good glitter accent nail too xx

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  8. This is a very pretty nail varnish. I only own a couple of Leighton Denny nail varnishes but I do really like them, they're very good quality x

    Becky @ The Little Blog of Beauty

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  9. This is a gorgeous polish! And I love the backgrounds you have in your photos - I think you have some of the most interesting ones that I've seen around :) I'd class this polish as "party" polish but its definitely wearable during the week too. I've never tried a Leighton Denny polish before but I would like to in the future xx

    Angelica // One Little Vice

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    1. Ah thank you so much! I just use magazines in the background for some colour :-) it would be great as a party polish with a LBD! xx

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