Deathly Hallows Nail Art

I recently went to London to see Harry Potter and The Cursed Child Parts One and Two. I’m a huge Harry Potter fan, and having had my tickets for almost a year, I couldn’t wait!

Of course, I had to have Harry Potter themed nails, so I used OPI – You’re So Vain-illa as a base, and then added Nails Inc Marylebone Mews and Models Own Nike Glow HyperGel with cling film (saran wrap) to create a parchment effect. I then added some newspaper print, and on my ring finger, the deathly hallows sign on my ring finger.

 

I stayed at The Rathbone Hotel, which was 10 minutes walk from Shaftesbury Avenue, and the room had a view of the BT Tower. Does anyone else feel super posh when they stay in a hotel where you get slippers and a dressing gown?!

   

For me, Cursed Child was incredible. I chose not to read the book, and although the plot itself wasn’t the greatest, overall I loved it. It was fun, the actors were fantastic, and the effects and surprises truly were magical. I wouldn’t hesitate to go and see it again if I got the chance in the future. #keepthesecrets

  

Lyndsey 🙂

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Expecto Patronum

I’m a huge Harry Potter fan, so when Rainbow Connection stocked Expecto Patronum by Dollish Polish, I had to snap it up! For anyone who isn’t a fan of Harry Potter, Expecto Patronum is the Patronus charm, which defends against dementors, and when cast, the charm takes the form of a bright white, translucent animal.

PatronusHarry Potter’s Patronus

Expecto Patronum is a milk white polish, with teal glitter, and it is so pretty! The formula was a little thick, but it evened out well, and there was no issues with the glitter application. My pictures show three coats with one coat of HK Girl top coat.

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Expecto Patronum is currently sold out, but you can still get 10% off at Rainbow Connection using the code OPEN, until October 13.

Lyndsey 🙂