Friday 4 May 2018

Pretty Pastel Nails by Morgan Taylor

I've always loved painting my nails, I went through a phase of having acrylics during my late teens but I didn't like the wait to change the colour again so I stopped getting my nails done. Probably a good thing because they wrecked my nails. 

I now do all my nail care myself so I have quite the nail polish collection. I recently shared my love of CND Vinylux Nail Polish and mentioned in that post that the only other polishes I use are by Morgan Taylor so here are five pretty as a peach shades to rock this spring. 

The Royal Temptations collection by Morgan Taylor features seven beautifully pretty, pastel shades plus a bonus top coat that is really rather fabulous because G L I T T E R! I have five of the shades as well as the speciality top coat and I'm sure after you've seen the shades you'll be wanting a couple for yourself too.

The collection is inspired by the lavish life of Marie Antoinette and according to the website, helps convey the romantic fantasy we convey with being queen. They're opulent, they're pretty and they add a touch of romance to your nails thanks to the pinks, purple and coral.

The shades
My Other Wig Is A Tiara - sea foam metallic
Ruffle Those Feathers -  teal blue 
All The Queen's Bling - lilac shimmer 
All My Heart Desires - hot pink (The only one missing) 
Beauty Marks The Spot - coral peach 
Curls & Pearls - nude/off white 

The lacquers are made with Morgan Taylor's fabulous formula, it glides onto nails, dries in no time at all and leaves a beautiful, shining colour that lasts. The lacquer is specially formulated for professional-looking nails and that is exactly what you get, even if you are a bit clumsy like me. 

Beauty Marks The Spot hasn't left my nails, I adore a coral polish in Spring so I doubt it'll be leaving my nails any time soon. 

Have you tried any shades from Morgan Taylor before? Which one would you choose from the Royal Temptations Collection?

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