Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Bejeweled


Today I have a studded nail art for you to show. I rarely do this kind of nail art lately, I just totally fell in love with freehand, so it was a little bit refreshing to do something different. I got these awesome abalone nail decorations from Born Pretty Store and I thought I will use some gold studs and caviar beads with it.
You get 5 piece of this 3D nail decoation. They are not that big (4x6 mm), but if you have curved nails (like I have) they will stick out, so It's not a bad idea to put something around it (like studs or beads). The edges are a little bit rough though. There are a couple of more shades in 2 kinds of shapes (round and oval), so you can choose which one you like the best. This one is #1.


I used nail glue to stick them onto my nails. I used one from Essence, it's great because it's fairly big quantity, and it has a brush applicator, so it's super easy to use.

If you like these abalone nail decorations, you can get them HERE.
Feel free to use my 10% off code CSBQ10, the shipping is free!
Don't forget to check out the nail art section for more products.







9 comments:

  1. Wow, the nail studs combination is amazing and the gradient base is great!
    I like this nail art so much. :)

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  2. Those colors in your gradient are pure perfection!!! And those gems are gorgeous too! I have the same issue of curved nails and flat charms, so I'll have to remember this caviar beads trick. Thank you for sharing!

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  3. Wonderful nail art dear and the gems are quite special ones!

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  4. What colors did you use to get the ombre effect?

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    1. I used Rimmel 'Rain Rain Go Away' + Golden Rose Rich Color #112 + Morgan Taylor 'Totally-A-Tealing'

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    2. Thank you!!

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  5. Ginny Petitt11/14/15, 12:22 AM

    Is there a tutorial to show how you got the colors together?

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  6. I really really realllyyyyy like these!!

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  7. It's kind of perfection!

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