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George Deceit with Hexagonal Studs: D is for: Dark

For D this week in the A2Z series challenge the prompt is dark. I was pushed for time, so I created a fairly plain manicure using George Deceit and some hexagonal silver studs.

I bought Deceit along with three other polishes at the weekend. I was in an unfamiliar town, killing time while my son sat a grammar school entrance test. After I had trawled all the polish shops and found nothing I wanted to buy, I came across an Asda and thought I’d have a peek at the George polishes. I don’t have an Asda that near to me, so I rarely go. I’m glad I did though, because I found some lovely polishes – this one included – and although they were priced up as £1.79, at the till they were 50p. Super bargainous!

Deceit reminded me of Essie Cashmere Bathrobe, but on checking, they are different. The shimmer particles in Deceit are smaller and give a more blue overall tone than you get with Cashmere Bathrobe. It’s a find though for 50p as it goes on well in two coats and is a lovely colour for this time of year.

The silver hexagonal studs were bought from She Sells Seashells.

George Deceit with hexagonal silver studs
George Deceit with hexagonal silver studs


For this manicure I’ve used:
  • Colour: two coats of George Deceit
  • Studs: hexagonal studs from She Sells Seashells
  • Top coat:Sally Hansen Insta-Dri

All manicure images are copyright to Kerruticles unless otherwise mentioned.


Here are the manicures from the other A2Zers:

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Gorgeous. And what a steal! Love these x