Review: Born Pretty Store

4:45 PM Laura 0 Comments

Good day, my beautiful swans! How are all of your lovely selves today? I've got a real-deal honest-to-goodness REVIEW for all of you today! 

This is my first time trying anything from Born Pretty Store and I was really excited! I chose these super awesome nail studs because I've been really into studs lately and it seemed like the perfect opportunity to try them out!










The base is two coats of OPI Nein! Nein! Nein! OK Fine! which is a lovely dark gray with a slight greenish cast. I just put a layer of topcoat on and then used a pair of tweezers to place the studs on the base of my nails and stick them on. 

I really loved the studs! I thought they looked great especially with the dark gray, and they instantly made my nails look a lot cooler and more interesting. They stayed on pretty well, too. I even washed my hair and although some of them did pop off, I was surprised that most of them managed to stay put! Obviously they do stick up but that's kind of impossible to get around since they're nail studs, so it's not an issue as long as you remember not to pick at your nails. 

The package did come with plenty of studs and I'm sure they'll last me a while! They were all snug in a bubble mailer when they arrived. Overall I'm quite satisfied with this product and would absolutely recommend them! 

And as a special treat for you all here's a fabulous 10% off code to Born Pretty!

(clicking the picture should link you to Born Pretty Store)

So how do you feel about the studded look? I know I'm a little late to the party but I'm glad I made it anyway! 

Laura

*this product was sent for review.

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