Friday, 4 March 2016

MAC Nail Lacquer - Haute Octane

mac haute octane nail lacquer

Every so often, a nail polish comes into my life that makes me wonder how I coped without it. This is exactly how I feel about Haute Octane.

I brought this a good couple of months ago, infact I think it was the last time that I went to Bicester Village. I don't normally go for MAC nail polishes, as there are so many other cheaper brands that I find can be better. This one was in the sale for £5 or something and looked so pretty, I just couldn't resist.

mac haute octane nail polish

Haute Octane is the prettiest, glitteriest blue that I have ever owned. The whole polish is made up of bright denim blue glitter pieces. It is so rammed full of glitter, my nail is completely covered after just one coat. Being the magpie that I am, as soon as there is even a hint of the sun coming out I have this glitter on just to see the sparkle that it makes. 

Whenever I am in the mood for glitter, I always come back to this colour. It is just so perfect. The only issue is getting it off!



  1. That colour!!!! Damn!! It's just perfect, eh?
    I usually find glitter polishes don't deliver the goods in terms of the amount of glitter that ends up on the nail but this looks just lovely.
    Added to my list, oh yes!!
    Gillian  xx

    1. I know, the amount of glitter is perfect!

  2. Oh wow! This colour is so pretty, I'm definitely going to have to give it a try! Great post!

    Ella xx

  3. What a beautiful nail colour, it's so pretty and such a gorgeous shade of blue! I can't believe it only cost £5, what a great find :).

    El xx

    1. Thank you! Definitely, such a bargain! :)


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