3 Jan 2013

Most Worn Nail Polish of 2012

Most Worn Nail Polish 2012

 

2012 was the year my nail polish collection more than doubled. I went a little crazy. So it was hard work narrowing down my most worn nail polishes. I managed to get it down to 9 and that took me quite a while.

Nail Polish

So first up we have my ANNY 367 Most Wanted Polish that I bought in Amsterdam. It’s a complete dupe for the Chanel 531 Peridot. Its so pretty and was a complete bargain. I wear it whenever I can. It’s such an unusual colour and I always get compliments when I have it on.

Models Own Utopia which I picked up back in Sept / Oct when they had their 50% online sale. This is a great base for glitter polishes. Its pretty and subtle. Can’t go wrong with this colour.

Sally Hansen Delphinium was a bargain I picked up from the poundshop. It’s such a great quality polish & I love the wide brush. It makes application so easy. This colour is a really pale lilac. I wear it when I don’t want bright nails. Just something clean and simple. I have a few more polishes from this line all from the poundshop and the formulation is amazing.

Rimmel 350 Violet Metal Lasting Finish Pro again this was from the pondshop & it is just the most pretty purple polish. It’s quite a vampy colour and it looks great anytime of year. I blogged about it here.

Nail Polish 2012

 

Angelica Holiday Fun this is a vibrant pink polish. I picked this up from Primark for £2.50. They have a great selection of colours. I wore this alot over the summer. I have blogged more in-depth about these here.

Essie Nail Polish. I have no idea what colour this is. I picked it up in a set of 3 from TK Maxx and all the names are wrong. So if you have any idea which colour this is I’d love to know. It’s a soft pink and I love it. I wear it so often. It goes with everything.

Barry M  Gelly Hi-Shine Nail Paint in Pomegranate. I love this deep red / pink colour. It’s so glossy and lasts for ages without chipping. I blogged about it here.

Nail Polish blues

These last two blue polishes are my absolute favourites. I enjoy wearing these so much.

Topshop AWOL nail polish. This is a striking blue. So deep and pretty. I just love it. In fact I’m a huge fan of all the Topshop nail polishes I own. They are great quality. I have blogged about it here.

Lastly, my beloved Rimmel 819 in Green With Envy. This is so pretty. It’s an unusual metallic green. I bought it in the summer and have worn it almost every week since. When I am stuck for something to put on I always come back to this colour.

Nail Polish Swatches

What are your nail polish must haves from 2012. If you have written a post leave me the link. I’d love to read it.

11 Responses to “Most Worn Nail Polish of 2012”

  1. Hayley says:

    Oh no, I want all these nail polishes now! I have loved all my Barry M nail polishes, especially the glitter ones for over the festive period. Giving my nails a break now but I usually go for a trusty Rimmel for everyday because they have a bigger brush, I love Hot List.

    • Vicki says:

      Hot List – oooo never heard of that I will have a look for it next time. I like their brush too. Bigger brushes are so must easier to use.

  2. My Most Worn Nail Polish of 2012 is up on the blog. Was hard to narrow down to 9 http://t.co/mYbAkg6M #bbloggers

  3. Ah I love this post! Saving for later reference :)

    xo,
    Lela – http://www.lelaLONDON.com

  4. Sian says:

    That Essie shade looks so lovely, shame you don’t know what it’s called as I want it haha! I love Barry M, so many shades and so affordable xx

  5. @BarryMCosmetics One of your gelly nail polishes has made it into my most worn nail polishes of 2012 http://t.co/mYbAkg6M

  6. RT @LTBeautyBlog: Have you seen my most worn nail polish of 2012 http://t.co/mYbAkg6M #bbloggers

  7. Glesni says:

    Looks like it could be Essie Cute as a Button. I have a pic here; http://glesnibeautyblog.wordpress.com/2012/05/26/essie-cute-as-a-button/

  8. Love this! Could have sworn I commented before >..< Doh!

    Lizzums x
    http://benebelle.com

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