Wednesday 18 November 2015

Born Pretty Store Red Seashell Charms Review

Happy hump day readers, hope your work week is flying by too.

I have another goodie from Born Pretty Store to share with you all. I'm sure I sound like a broken record but in case you've never heard of Born Pretty Store, it is an online e-shop that sells a variety of products, but mainly a large selection of nail art at really great, modest prices.

The product I have today on the blog are the Red Seashell 3D Charms (item #21828), they come in a pack of 5 and are priced at $3.28USD but is currently marked down to $1.99 USD. I received style 1189, the red seashells. On the product page, Born Pretty Store provides picures of the charms they have available and also the measurments of every different style they offer.

Souce: Born Pretty Store

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Sunday 15 November 2015

Born Pretty Store Assorted Nail Art Studs Review

Greetings dear readers!

I'm excited to share another Born Pretty Store product with you all. In case you didn't know, Born Pretty Store is an online e-shop that sells nail art and other great products ranging from accessories for your electronics to clothing and jewelry at affordable prices. But best part is that they have free worldwide shipping in addition to that you can use our coupon code for 10% off regular priced items. So don't forget to use our code AMPK31 for 10% off.

This time around I have an assorted shapes nail art wheel (item #12410) to review. This wheel contains 12 different shaped and coloured studs. These shapes include stars, hearts, teardrops, ovals, circles and squares in silver or gold. There is a total of 300 pcs and is priced at $3.95USD but is currently on sale for $2.96USD, definitely worth the money for the amount and variation you get.

I love the variety of the shapes included in this products and how organized the wheel made everything. I was able to select and pick up the studs I wanted to with easy thanks to the open window that spins around.

Source: Born Pretty Store

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Sunday 8 November 2015

Born Pretty Store Ocean Themed Charms Review

Happy Sunday everyone! Now that the weekend if winding down I finally have a little time to review another product sent to me from Born Pretty Store. Born Pretty Store is an online e-store that offers a wide variety of products ranging from nail art supplies to clothing to accessories for your home and electronics.

As for today's review, I have 1 Box Seashell Starfish Mermaid 3D Decorations Ocean Nail Deco (item # 21578). A nail art wheel full of nautically themed charms. Included in the wheel are starfishes, seashells, anchors, seahorses, mermaids and a cute little turtle. My favourite from the bunch is definitely the turtle. The shell is actually made up of small black rhinestones. How cute is he! The nail art wheel spins and has one opening to make the charms easy to dispense.

Source: Born Pretty Store

Application of the charms is relatively easy with a pair of tweezers or a wax pick up pencil ( I prefer the lather). Once placed on the nail, a generous layer of topcoat is absolutely needed to seal the charm in place. During the removal if you're careful enough the charm can be reused if picked off and cleaned up a bit with some nail polish remover. The charms are regularly priced at $5.51USD but is currently on sale for $2.76USD. Quite the steal especially if the charms are reused.

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Tuesday 3 November 2015

Born Pretty Store Fruity Water Decals Review

Happy November everyone! Boy, I can't believe it's been this long since my last post. I hope you all enjoyed the rest of your summer and had a great Halloween.

Just this past week I received a package of press samples from Born Pretty Sore. Usually it takes about 3 weeks for a package from them to arrive but for some reason this time it took almost 2 months! I was sure it was lost in the mail for good but eventually came ( it's own pace). So the items that were selected were more summery so please pardon if some of the manis seem seasonally inappropriate.

The first item I wanted to try right away were these fruity water decals (item #21984). One sheet came with 4 different designs and was very modestly priced at $1.99 USD. I decided to try style C266 first, I cut out all the designs and put on a white base coat on my nails. I anticipated the decals to be very sheer and needing a base coat but to my surprise the decals already had a opaque white base. Since the patterns are rectangular in shape you can either cut each decal down to for your nail or apply as is and clean up with acetone and a clean up brush.
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