Chic deep blue manicure

chic deep blue manicure

Summertime laziness. A relaxing playlist in your ipod. A terrace full of sun. An aged best seller you’ve never wanted to open during the big big hype. But which is nowadays ringing your bell. And that sense of ‘I don’t know what to do’ on a Sunday afternoon. I’d suggest taking care of your nails, while reading a book, no matter which title arouses your curiosity, as the best antidote to the total lack of activity.

Summer is ending soon, I know, but in the meanwhile, you can still enjoy a deep blue manicure, that reminds both the mistery of the oceans’ depths, and the color of the sky in a dark night of autumn. But don’t worry, it’s no effort, again. The nail polish I used is Kiko Nail Lacquer in the shade #266 Ultramarine blue.

I applied two coats, on a transparent base, as usual, without adding anything on top. It got dried very soon and the application was very easy and smooth.

And, by the way, the book was less bad than expected. 😉

But now that you know mine, what are you typical relaxing rituals at the weekends?

About Alessia

Communication consultant, PR, beauty and food blogger, marathon runner, not in this order
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8 Responses to Chic deep blue manicure

  1. avibrantday says:

    Lovely post :0) I hope you’re enjoying your Sunday rituals

  2. You are so going to love Il Codice Da Vinci!!!! 😉 xx

  3. Maria B says:

    What a beautiful blue shade! And it seems fit for long or short nails either way 😀 My idea of relaxing in the weekends is definitely staying under the covers watching something or just napping!

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