Friday, 15 March 2013

Pretty Jelly Fairy Ring Review and St Patricks Day Nailart

Hi there everyone,
It's the weekend at last.  Here I am again with a polish review and some nail art for you.  Today I'm going to show you Pretty Jelly's Fairy Ring.
I've already reviewed some of the other Pretty Jelly holo polishes in the past, Diamond S-teal-er , Grape Escape and Bullet Rouge and I've enjoyed them.  When I saw this mossy green, I couldn't resist!
Pictured below is two coats, using Sally Hansen Miracle Cure as basecoat, and no topcoat.  Application was well behaved and lovely, and as a result I didn't require any clean up before taking these pictures.
In the shade, it's a pretty and soft mossy green:
There are some greens that don't do my skintone any favours, even though I still wear them of course!  This is not one of those, I found it very flattering.
BUT... it's only in the light that this polish comes into it's own, check out this baby:
And because I can, here's another picture:
Pretty Jelly Fairy Ring Review
Check out that holo!  Awesome!  You can see the holo quite nicely in lower light in real life, I just couldn't get my camera to pick it up.
As you probably know, it's St Patricks day this weekend, and as I'm already wearing green on my nails I thought I'd spice things up with a bit of Ireland-inspired nail art:
Saint Patricks Day Nail Art
That fab green glitter I used to do the dots with is China Glaze Running in Circles. It's pretty much Ruby Pumps, only green.
I used Barry M Spring green to draw a line down the left hand side of my nail, I didn't bother with striping tape.  Then I used this Color Club gold glitter striper to draw a line next to that.
St Patricks Day Nail Art
Then I added the dots with a dotting tool and my fingers were done

I wanted to do an accent nail on my thumb, so I decided to paint the Irish flag.  Again I didn't use striping tape, but for this one I kind of wish I had as my lines weren't perfect:
The green is Barry M's Spring Green again, and the orange is Max Factor's Bright Orange.  Despite saying I don't like this orange, I do find I go back to it alot for nail art, so it can't be all bad.

Everything got a coat of Seche Vite at the end.  As a little extra positive, the holo wasn't completely killed by top coat, which made me happy.

You can buy these polishes by going to the Liquid Jelly Etsy shop HERE the full size bottles like the one I got are $10.

The polishes are 3-free and cruelty free, so you can shop with a clear conscience.
So what do you think?  Do you own any of these polishes?  Would be interested to hear what you think!
Until next time...


  1. Omg! Love the cute St. Patty's day nail art. :D

    1. Thankyou! All the inspiration came from the polish, beautiful! x x x

  2. Ooooh Liquid Jelly one is amazing, and cruelty free :D xx


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