I'm a huge nail fan!
My love of all-things-nails started when I decided to do work experience in a nail bar and the love instantly blossomed. As someone that has always bitten their nails its been something I'm really self conscious of, so you'll rarely see me without my false nails on.

So when I saw that Orly had releases a 'Tennis Ball Neon' shade in time for Wimbledon I was instantly inspired to create Wimbledon themed nail art to share on my blog.

The 'Tennis Ball Neon' shade couldn't been more like an actual tennis ball, it's an awesome colour for summer too. You may think it's similar to Orly 'Road Trippin' but it's cooler toned and much more luminous.

When I think of Wimbledon it makes me think of summer, strawberries, being patriotic and of course, tennis. So with all that in mind I sat with my Orly 'Tennis Ball Neon' and my collection of nail varnishes and created this fun, Wimbledon themed nail art of; tennis balls, strawberries, the union jack and tennis rackets and I love it!

I finished them off by using Lottie 'So Gel' which is a DIY nail game changer that gives you salon perfect nail with a gel finish from home and if you're looking for the perfect top coat with a shiny finish, I definitely recommend So Gel by Lottie - which is available from Superdrug.

I've already had so many comment on them and just by taking 30 minutes to do them one evening is such a fun way to release your creative side and have a little fun for summer.
Inspired by New ORLY 'Tennis Ball Neon' Shade (Swatch Above) | Buy here: http://goo.gl/Y9rKsU

If you're a lover of nails too and want to try out some nail art, don't be afraid just go for it!
Make sure you send me you themed nail picture on Twitter to @pallettBLOGGER and let me know if you re-create this Wimbledon look too.

Thanks for reading,

Charlie xo

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