Undeterred by my first Nails Inc. experience I decided to break this one out last night. Jermyn Street. As you can tell, Nails Inc. name their polishes after various London roads and landmarks. Jermyn Street is famous for being the place to go if you are a man in need of a nicely tailored shirt – how that corresponds to nail polish I do not know but there’s a little bit of trivia any way.
After seeing so many Konad designs on other people’s blogs, I wanted in on the action. I mean, how hard can it be? Splodge, scrape, stamp, stamp.
Oooh look at this one. Described as an “oyster frost”, Seagullible is from a long-redundant Summer Beach collection from OPI – I cou;dn’t find out any more about it other than that this is classified as very hard to find. I’d never heard of it but it popped up on Ebay recently and I liked the look of it.
Seeing as I’m still loving Sag Harbo(u)r, and don’t have lots of pre-swatched colours so not likely to bring you any nail reviews over the weekend, I thought I’d show you an entirely different Nice Thing.
We are lucky enough to only live half an hour away from Beale Park, a great zoo/wildlife centre. No big game or anything but perfect to potter about on a sunny day and look at some animals.
The highlight of any zoo trip for me is the lemurs. Love thir little faces and the way they scamper around. And today there were lemur babies!
So apologies to anyone logging in expecting the usual beauty reviews as instead you’ve got a few snaps of these little funky creatures. I love the one of the mum sat there like she is doing yoga.