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Monday Mani Week 3... And 4!

Hey lovelies!! So I'm catching up on myself tonight as the last 2 week have been a touch crazy.

I've come to dread the January/February crossover as it means 2 things. I have to move house and I always get sick. Those who were here last year will remember I was ill, moved house AND went to IMATS all in one week! Mental.

Thankfully IMATS isn't till June this year so we don't have that again but I was struck by the dreaded Norovirus last week & this week is the big move.

Thats my excuse for not posting this on time and I'm sticking to it ;)

Moving on!

Week 3 itself was yellow and I used Ciaté with decal stickers. The star sign is Aquarius as the 23rd of Jan was the rise of Aquarius. And the swallows are just because swallows are cute. The decals are Nail Tattoos from Topshop and are great for reliving your youth if, like me, you were obsessed with transfer tattoos as a child!

Week 4 was green and I went for the 5 nail ombré fade starting out at a mint green and finishing at a gorgeous forest green.

You see, I may be too busy to upload my posts but I'm never too busy to sit down and paint my nails. Priorities eh?

Are you taking part in the challenge? Tag me @faeribex or Other Bex @bexberrymua on Instagram and let us know!









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  1. lol! there was too many Bex's in the sentence... i needed to differentiate. ;)

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