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Monday, August 10, 2015

Star fish charms

Hello everyone!

I was beyond excited when I received my mail from this week. It had BLING in it! I missed wearing nail jewelry.

So today I will be showing you these adorable and very sparkly charms. They are sorta new and you can find them >here< for $3.61 on regular price. To me these are incredibly cheap since most charms they have come in pairs of 2. This one comes with 10! And the charms I chose are pretty big.

My choice was pattern 781. They feature a really nice setting of rhinestones and faux pearls with a star fish. It is perfect for summer (yes it's still summer) and they catch the sun like crazy. One of the bigger rhinestones in there has a gorgeous rainbow shine. The setting is made out of metal so they can be reused over and over again.

For my manicure I opted for a water like base color. I coated my nails with white polish and made a gradient with 3 different shades of blue. I stamped my nails with one of the wavy patterns from plate BP-23

For my accent nails I used a dark blue polish from Sally Hansen that I overlayed with 2 thin coats of Pure Ice- Strapless, one of my favorite blue glitters ever.

I set the charms on my accent nails using nail glue. Just a little goes a long way, since these charms are light. This is one of my favorite nail art designs  that I've wore this summer. I've had the charms on for 5 days and they did not fall off or move in any way. I am in love.

I have to mention that these star fish charms are not for 3D beginners. They are very 3D. If you're not used to wearing something that is raised a lot off your nail, you might want to try some of the other charms from the same collection.

I hope you liked my little star fish manicure and if you want them you can use the code below for a 10% discount and free shipping.

Disclaimer: This product was sent for review. All opinions about it are honest and my own.