Born Pretty Store Shell Studs were sent to me for my honest review.
Today I have a quick nail art to show you. I had to do another dry brush mani after I did one the other day. I've completeley forgot how fun they are to do. I did a dry brush gradient with a few CbL's and thought it was a great time to show you some sea shell nail studs I got from Born Pretty Store to review.
I used the dry brush technique to do the gradient. You swipe off most of the polish from the brush and applies the minimal amount that is left on to your nail. You repeat this until the wanted coverage is reached. I had to reapeat it three times with ach colour. The polishes I've used are Color's by Llarowe Refresh...ing!, Colors by Llarowe Young Turks and Colors by Llarowe Seahawks Lime. The top coats used are Pretty Serious Crystal Coat and Pretty Serious Aqua Coat.
I added the sea shells stud for some extra sparkle. They were super easy to apply with a tweezer. they're fairly flat so they did work alright on my very curved nails. They did stick out a little on the edges, but two thick coats of top coat helped to smooth it out.
I really like te sea shells, they're beautiful, but they do work better for nails that aren't as curved as mine. They can also be reused as long as you're careful when taking them off.
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