Born Pretty Store Nail Studs
Today I have a very exciting review to share! These nail studs are one of the newly stocked items by Born Pretty Store. The exciting part is that they are being stocked because of me! I’ve been eyeing up nail studs for ages and since I do not like purchasing with eBay I thought, heck, I’ll send an e-mail to the lovely Jayce at Born Pretty! A few days later… there they were!
They do them in many different colours as well as sizes and I hope that soon they will stock different shapes (square please!) as well. I received the 3mm silver studs and the 2mm gold studs.
This is the bag they came in. Each bag comes with a whopping amount of 10.000 studs! Each bag of nail studs is sold for about $6 at the moment, they range between $5,84 and $6,07.
Since I recently purchased empty nail wheel containers I decided to store the nail studs in one of my spare wheels. Perfect fit! Gold on one side and silver on the other.
Close-up of the studs. They’re very flat, with the gold ones you can clearly see which is the right side as the other side is silver. With the silver studs you have to look for the convex side as the bottom is concave.
This is what I created with my nail studs! It’s inspired by the Jessie J nails she wore in the Price Tag video. I think it looks very WAH! I used the 2mm gold studs to create this manicure. The polish I used is one of my favourites from last years China Glaze holiday collection called Naughty And Nice. It’s a deep burgundy red, almost black! Very vampy.
If you would like to place an order with Born Pretty Store don’t forget to use my coupon codes to receive a discount!
You can either use the code EMILYJ61 to receive 10% off your entire order or EMILYL73 to receive $4 off if your order $30 or more. These codes have expired, please use EMILYW21 for 10% discount!
I was kindly sent these products by Born Pretty Store to review. I am not in any way affiliated with this company nor am I being paid by them! All opinions stated are honest and my own, as always.
Posted on: November 16, 2011