Saturday, 30 June 2012

Born Pretty Store Loose Glitter

It's SAAATTURDAAAYY! 


I'm home for the holiday weekend (Canada Day is tomorrow What What! *raise the roof motion thrown in there*) and I am feeling MUCH better. Thanks to everyone who wished me well this past week :) Plus I am off to the beach today! So excited!! :D 


A while back Born Pretty Store contacted me about reviewing some of their awesome nail art supplies. For my first review I chose some small loose glitter! The name on the website for these is Shiny Glitter Powder Sheets. It comes in 12 small tubs of different coloured small hexagon glitter. These tubs are packed so you will never run out. I've created a few different looks with this glitter and I'm going to show you two of them today! 


nailtini espresso born pretty gold glitter


The first look I created was this edgy black and gold glitter look. This was really simple to create! All I did was paint 2 coats of Nailtini Espresso which is a plain black creme. Once I was finished I added a topcoat and then using a dotting tool placed the gold glitter individually on my nail. The different patterns were just kind of created randomly as I went! 


nailtini espresso born pretty gold glitter

nailtini espresso born pretty gold glitter


I had so much fun playing with these! Yes they are slightly time consuming to place, but you obviously don't need to do as much or as many as I did. After I did this I had a cool topper from Nailtini called Blue Flame sitting out that I wanted to try, so just for fun I put it over this creation!


nailtini espresso blue flame born pretty gold glitter


Ok now this I was slightly dying over. The blue with the gold glitter and the overall iridescentness of it?  Woooohoo it makes me smile. 


nailtini espresso blue flame born pretty gold glitter

nailtini espresso blue flame born pretty gold glitter


I love that the glitter shows up even through the Blue Flame topper. I just felt like a punk rockstar with these nails! (Ok Ok I know they aren't really punk rock, but I really enjoy them regardless ;)) 


Remember the Fishtail nails I posted this past Wednesday? Well the next day I was starting to feel slightly better so I decided to add some silver glitter to it! 


fishtail nail art glitter


The method for creating this look was the same as before. Just added a coat of topcoat and then with a dotting tool placed the glitter onto my nail into the silver area. The silver glitter is soo shiny! I felt like I had little disco balls on my nails lol! 


fishtail nail art glitter

fishtail nail art glitter

fishtail nail art glitter


Eeeeeee I had fun playing with this glitter. It is rather small, so expect to take a little extra time placing it. But since it is so small you will never run out! This set came with 12 different colours, the silver and gold and then 10 other gorgeous iridescent glitters. For all 12 pots it only cost $6.93! For glitter that you'll never run out of? That's a hell of a deal. You can find the exact glitters here. You can't beat Born Pretty Store for their prices and quality of nail art supplies! ANNNDD if you want to buy something remember to use my 7% off code! SA7X31






Do you like the look that I came up with? Would you try your hand with using loose glitter like this? Would you create something like this? I'd love to hear what you think!


Hope you are all having a wonderful Saturday!! Thanks for stopping by! :D 


The glitter used in this post was provided for my honest review by the manufacturer or their PR company. 

8 comments:

  1. WHAT A COOL IDEA! I know this was a lot of work on your part too! These turned out great!

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    1. Thanks Laurie!! I'm glad you like them!

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  2. LOVEEEE the glitter work over the navy blue! You go girl!!

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  3. I adore loose glitter. The gold looks fab over black :)

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    1. Agreeeed! Loose glitter is sooooo fun to play with!

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