So what happens when one makes pictures for a certain event and then the pictures aren’t used? One shows them to you guys. You’ll appreciate my crazy metallic blue lips and awkward poses, I’m sure.
Today I’m showing you some El Corazon polishes, which I received from their PR. I’m super excited about those Eggs of Wild Birds polishes and Easter Eggs polishes that they have, so this is going to be a biased review: I already knew I’d love the look!
El Corazon 423/102* (turquoise), El Corazon 423/101* (yellow) – those are both from the Easter eggs collection. El Corazon 423/96* (white) and El Corazon 423/91* (taupe) are from the Eggs of wild birds collection. The pink is Cult Nails Devious Nature.
El Corazon is a russian brand. It’s pretty much as cool as Dance Legend, plus they also have holos, and glitter, and the whole shabang. The Eggs of wild birds and Easter eggs polishes apply like a dream, dry quickly and glossy, and are generally pretty cool. Plus I really love the look, so I was sold even before I tried them.
For my absolutely everyday makeup, I decided to paint my nails in a beautiful blue paste I made with a pigment from Inglot (really simple: it’s the electric blue pigment, readily available at Inglot stores) and Sealing Gel from Illamasqua. Let me tell you, it was a b**** to remove.
People who passed me by were all smiling. I wonder why. I’d totally wear this look everyday if it wouldn’t make me afraid of my own image in the mirror or give me a beautiful floater-aura. I’m wearing btw: pants from WE, t-shirt H&M, shoes Cate Grey, sunglasses Marc Jacobs.
I wish it was this sunny again! I know I will complain about the heat once it’s there, but now I’m busy complaining about the constant rain.
*El Corazon ships worldwide, so if you want to order you can send them an E-Mail to ELCorazonzakaz@gmail.com. Their nail polishes can be found on their website. Thanks to their PR team for the awesome polishes!