Best foot forward into spring

First signs of spring in the UK and I’m wandering around indoors without socks so had to do something with my naked winter toenails.  This is my first try with a replica peel-off UV polish from BlueSky who have introduced a range of 24 colours at just £6.50 a bottle.  I used many of their soak off gels before migrating to the peel variety and am pleased to find a much cheaper option than Alessandro Striplac.

Application is much the same but I can’t judge durability yet as I just did them today.  This is the unimaginatively named PB14, a pearlescent deep pink, which is a bit like ‘Shiny Rubin’ from Striplac.  The colour in the bottle is exactly the same as on the colour swatch online.

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Black patent spotty wedge sandals – Russell and Bromley

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bluesky-PEEL-OFF-SERIES-UV-LED-Gel-Nail-Polish-10ml-Free-1st-Class-Postage-/201583697797?

Performance update,  March 9:  Very pleased with the durability of this Blue Sky peel off gel.  18 days on, my toenails are like new and I’ve also used it twice on my fingernails.  I found it much easier to remove than Striplac as it comes off mostly as an entire nail covering whereas the original is sometimes resistant and needs several applications of Activator.  So, top marks for the copy.

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New peel off gel online

Spotted on ebay.co.uk is a budget priced peel off UV gel from Bluesky, the copycat brand.  Not bought any yet because I have too many colours already but would be interested to hear from anyone who has tried them.  Before I transferred my allegiance to peel off gels two years ago, I purchased a lot of Bluesky soak off products and thought them just as good as, sometimes better than, the premium brands.

There are 24 colours, plus a dual base/top coat, from the seller I found, priced from just £5.50 with free P&P.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bluesky-PEEL-OFF-SERIES-UV-LED-Gel-Nail-Polish-10ml-Free-1st-Class-Postage-/201583697797?var=&hash=item2eef531f85:m:m1GxNUlKalJfgrplFwA1PyQ