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Allo polish Pals,
How are you all doing today? I hope you are looking forward to a fun-filled weekend?
Today is a big one for me, this afternoon I'll be off to Mr Bravo's Nephew's 2nd birthday and in the evening I am off to Amsterdam to see a band called the Toppers, they do a mixture of tribute songs in both Dutch and English – they usually have themes and this time it is a wild west theme!
I am going with my sister-in-law (I call her that even though Mr Bravo and I are not married) who took me to my first Toppers concert back in December, it was so fun!
Today though I have another review for you of a Beautybigbang.com product. This is a 'Mixed glitters/rhinestones manicure nail art decoration wheel' and it contains come of the cutest nail embellishments I have EVER seen!
|I added some little sequins to the center of the flowers.|
I also want to start by saying that I have been so impressed with BeautyBigBang.com's delivery, from confirmation email to arrival it was probably no more than a week or so, with all the experience I have of nail suppliers this is pretty darn good!
This wheel comes PACKED, no joking, PACKED full of super cute studs, there are some very adorable little things going on in this wheel.
After photographing the few selected studs I took out I struggled insanely to get these back in the wheel because there was so many left in there.
There are so many different types of studs from thin hollowed hearts to big chunky bows, a minion and even a super cute giraffe. There are also circular studs, flowers and Hello Kitty's, I have come up with at least 4 or 5 designs in my head using some of these. These are a great way to get inspiration for manicures!
However I decided that I'd try something a little different so I picked out some of the 3D flowers and decided to incorporate them into a freehand design. I used two coats of Barry M's 'Eat My Dust' and once dry I used my brush to sweep over various shades of acrylic blue paint. I then added a coat of Zoya's Maisie to add some stunning flakes. I added the lily pads with green acrylic paint and added my Pro-FX top coat.
I knew I'd LOVE the flakies with a matte top coat so I went ahead and added a thin coat. With a splodge of top coat I sat the flowers on top of the lily pads.
Do you like my water lily nail art? What do you think of this wide variation of nail art decorations?
Have a beautiful day, my friends. Thank you so much for stopping by! I'll catch you again on Monday!