Hello loves! How are you on this fine Saturday? I really hope the weather is better where you live cause over here it's worse than December. I'm so sick of the blizzard and can't wait for spring to be here for good. Today I have another fun nail art product to show you. This diamond glitter* from the Born Pretty Store is the next best thing after the famous glequins. Here's how it looks.
|Born Pretty Store diamond glitter|
The glitter comes in a fairly large pot that holds about 16g of product. The one I chose is gold and shines all sorts of colors in bright light, like green, orange and red. You can find them here and this is color #9. As usual, I created two different looks to show you how these can be used.
The first look is a very simple one. I started with a base of S-he Stylezone 247 and then placed a few of the glitters in a horizontal line at the tips. Kinda like a funky french. I think this is very pretty for those that don't want a lot of glitter on their hands but still like to spice up their manicure.
The second look is a lot more blingy and also a bit more complicated. I started with a base of Essie School of Hard Rocks and then stamped an argyle image from plate m60, also from Born Pretty (link here), using China Glaze Liquid Leather. Finally I placed the glitter pieces over the spaces in the design. Here's the final result.
I must admit it took quite some time to place the small glitter pieces on the nails but I think it's totally worth it. This manicure is so edgy and fun, but most of all so sparkly. Here's a picture in direct light to show you how crazy this was.
I had fun creating these looks and I will definitely play some more with the glitters. It's impossible to ever run out of these since the quantity is so large. If you want them, you can find them here. There are 10 colors available so there's plenty for you to choose from. Don't forget to use code MFL91 to get 10% off your purchase! Shipping is always free.
I hope you enjoyed this post! Thanks for stopping by!
*Disclaimer: Product sent for review consideration. For more info see my official disclosure policy.