Nails Look: Jubilee + Snowflakes from Little Ondine


A quick post for nail polish addicts today! The navy blue & sparkles look I’m sharing today  was created using polishes from Little Ondine. The brand is a favourite of mine due to the wonderful odourless, peel-off formula. Check out my recent posts for more details and links: Little Ondine Winter Wonderland Set & Little Ondine: A Peelable and Odourless Favourite.


I created this look with two coats of navy blue (Jubilee) and two coats of sparkle (Snowflakes) on top. I finished with a coat of the brand’s topcoat, Secret.


This sounds like a lot of coats but the formula is fast drying & designed to be used in layers; 2-3 coats are always recommended as it makes for easy & usually in-one-piece peeling off when you’re ready for a colour change.


I’m a big fan of blues and purples generally when it comes to nails and often wear navy blue shades on their own. ‘Snowflakes’ compliments navy beautifully; the sparkle largely shows up as little chips of glittery blues & greens. I think the resulting look is a pretty yet grown up way to add some festive sparkle to your nails.

One thing to note if you’re using ‘Snowflakes’ or any of Little Ondline’s sparkle/glitter polishes: I’d advice against dotting sparkles on as you might with traditional polish. In my opinion the method just doesn’t work properly with this resin formula. Instead go for building up to your desired coverage with thin layers.

Do you have favourite dark and/or sparkle polishes that you enjoy using in Winter?

Wishing you good luck & happy days,

Kindra x

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Disclaimer: this is not a sponsored post. The products discussed in this review were bought with my own money at their usual price.

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