31 day nail polish challenge: Day 1: Red Nails

Hello!

As previously mentioned, I have started the 31 day nail polish challenge, and this post marks the beginning of it!

For day number 1, you are supposed to paint your nails red, an easy task. Although my nail polish collection consists of a LOT of red nail polishes (they’re a classic, what can you do?) it was VERY easy for me to pick the specific red colour I wanted on my nails today!

The choice fell on Sephoras Color Hit Nail Polish in colour No. 46 Dangerous.

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I absolutely adore this colour and I must say, that it is my all-time favorite to wear at the moment!

Although it is not as light as the red on mailboxes (mailboxes are red here in Denmark, I don’t know which colour they are where you come from 😉 ), I still think it is a very bright and beautiful red. I especially like how it looks to be a solid red at first glance, but once the light falls on your nail it has a very pretty glitter to it.

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Also the consistency of it is amazing! Shown in the pictures are only ONE coat – it is super opaque, which is a major plus when you don’t have that much time for your nail polish to dry. It dries a lot faster with just one coat than with several coats.

UNFORTUNATELY, you can only buy the Sephora collections in two stores in Denmark (I know!?) and they are BOTH located in Copenhagen, which is a bit of a commute for me. AND the Sephora website doesn’t ship out to my country 😦 😦 😦 Luckily my brother lives there, and I am definitely stopping by them the next time I visit him!

Stay tuned for more nail challenge posts!

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