Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Barry M Gelly Hi Shine Nail Paint in Mustard || NOTD

Autumn is slowly creeping upon us and I for one love the change of the seasons, particularly autumn as it just gives us so much to look forward too - I'm thinking cosy nights in, darker evenings, chunky knitwear, thick tights paired with ankle boots - the list goes on. One thing that really excites me about autumn has to be changing up our lipstick, makeup and of course the colour of our nails. 

I was taking a look though my nail collection the other day and felt so uninspired, there are so many brghts, pastels and glitters, but I noticed that I was really lacking in some of those perfect autumn shades. I had seen the Barry M Gelly Hi Shine Nail Paint in 'Mustard' float around on other blogs and Instagram and I longed to have this shade of polish and wear it on my nails. Let's just say as soon as I saw this is Boots it went straight into my basket. 

This is never a colour that I would normally wear, but I just know that it's going to look perfect on those cold autumn days where the golden leaves are all on the ground and I've got my hat and scarf on - Mustard is just going to be the perfect shade to wear on my nails and compliment any winter berry colour that I'm wearing, whether this be in my clothes or makeup. I really think this is going to be my go to autumn shade and I'm pleased to welcome it to my nail polish collection!

I would love to know what your go too autumn shade is and if your a fan of this saucy mustard colour.

Lot's of Love



  1. I love this nail varnish at the moment! And I recently blogged about it!

    Amy Caitlin xo | cloudcaitlin24.blogspot.com

  2. This is a gorgeous shade, I may just have to pick it up! xx


  3. Ohhh i love it! I must pick it up! :)
    xprincessjas | ♥

  4. This is so pretty! I already have a similar colour from Topshop, but it's not as beautifully shiny as this one xx

    Sarah Nunn | UK Style Blog


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