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Say hello to the most festive manicure ever.

Those of you that read this haul post back in September will probably recognise this incredibly Chritmassy nails because yes, I did buy them three months in advance of the holidays! In fact, they were one of the first things I packed when preparing for the big move to NYC.

And thank goodness they were because I now cannot imagine how my pre-Christmas DIY manicure might have looked without the  Henry Holland x Elegant Touch House of Ho Ho Ho Nails (£8.99)which are, quite possibly, the most festive beauty item I have ever owned…!

Plus, in terms of the application process, they are incredibly easy to put on – if I can do it so can you – and while I’ve only had ’em on for a few hours thus far, so far the glue is holding and, if the writing on the box is to be believed, these bad boys could end up seeing me through the New Year too. The set includes 24 nails in total too – in 10 different sizes – so if I need a back-up, it’s there.

Indeed, the only minor problem that I’m having with the nails at the moment is how bad I am at just doing stuff with them on. Typing this post is taking twice, if not three times longer than usual and putting on and taking off clothing is nigh on impossible! But other than that – they’re ace.

So, what do you guys think?


3 thoughts on “My incredible Christmas nails: Henry Holland for Elegant Touch

  1. tirurit says:

    Awwww those are cute!

  2. So cute! I love a good festive manicure, how else can you really get into the Christmas spirit? 😛 I attempted to paint my own on my blog.. Didn’t turn out nearly half as good as yours have haha x

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