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Get the look with Kiss Products

Nails and Lashes are big business in 2017; whether you're wearing naturalistic enhancements or going for the full blown fake look, there is no doubt in my mind that you've tried them. Whilst I am a lash novice - pictured to the left is one of my few successful attempts applying them myself - it is well documented that I love my nails. What started as a childhood love of experimenting with colours moved in to an exploration of nail art on this blog and eventually resulted in going back to college to gain my NVQ in Nail Technology and working part time as a nail technician up until last year. 

I love nails.


I particularly love Kiss Nails and imPress Manicures. Every time I wear them I get a tonne of compliments. When glued the nails last ages - my maximum is three weeks - and if you choose to wear the stickers, I love that each set comes with both options for you to choose, you will get a full night without worrying about damage to your natural nail. They come in a huge range of sizes, shapes and designs so that you can look as natural as possible. Theres a reason that I don't need to do my own acrylics any more and that reason is Kiss Nails.


Thats why I was delighted when the lovely folks at Kiss invited me to their Kiss Summer Party last month. A chance to get an imPress manicure, get my lashes done - with a quick lesson on how to apply them properly I am now much more confident in choosing to wear them - and to hang out with some of my lovely NI Blogger buddies was too good miss; and that was before we found out that it was going to be on the of The Merchant hotel roof top!





We had laughs galore while getting ourselves pampered. Pictured below are Sharon from dollysanddiapers.com, Victoria from dottydiamondblog, Gillian from eyelinerflicks.com, and the gorgeous Kathryn from fabulousandsomething.com who are just a few of the lovely ladies I got to catch up with.


Receiving my Kiss Manicure using the Gel Fantasy Nails from Kiss Products

Pictured below are just some of the gorgeous lashes and nails that the generous folks at Alex Silver PR have given me to share with my readers. If you want to be in with a chance to try Kiss Lashes, Kiss Nails and imPress Nails out then make sure to follow the Faeriwood Facebook page closely! 
If you  can't wait and want to run out immediately and stock up - and I don't blame you - then Kiss Products are available from Gordon's Chemists

Here I'm wearing the Kiss "Hot" Lashes


Comments

  1. Oh my gosh these are beautiful! I'd never heard of these brands before but I'm swooning! Definitely going to have to give these a try. And the party looked amazing bet you had a fab time!

    Becka
    www.pinkamethystblog.com

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