REVIEW #2 | BORN PRETTY STORE + VIDEO TUTORIAL

Wednesday, May 04, 2016

BORN PRETTY STORE + VIDEO TUTORIAL

I was sent 3 products from Born Pretty Store for review which included; white stamping polish, light blue stamping polish and a crown midi ring. You can click -->HERE<-- to see my review using the white stamping polish + midi ring. Today I'll be reviewing the light blue stamping polish and links will be provided as to where you can purchase the products yourself :)

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I began by applying 1 generous coat of Essence Cosmetics in Black is back, applied a quick dry top coat and allowed to dry. Using my Easy Peel Nail Art Latex Barrier in the colour mint, I applied 1 generous coat onto the skin surrounding the cuticle and allowed to dry. Using the Cosette Nail Shop jumbo clear jelly stamper, Born Pretty Store light blue stamping polish and Born Pretty Store stamping plate BP-56 I stamped all my nails. Using tweezers I gently peeled Easy Peel off, cleaned any left over tid bits and sealed with Sally Hansen big matte topcoat.

VIDEO TUTORIAL:

Importing video via Blogger muffles with the quality, so feel free to click the link down below to be directed to my Instagram for viewing :)


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LIGHT BLUE STAMPING POLISH 


This stamping polish lived up to my expectations as far as being vivid over a darker base, which is always concerns when trying new stamping polish. These polishes are currently on sale for $5.89USD and are regular $8.42 which is an awesome bargain for a 15ml full sized bottle. In my experience, I've only come across stamping polishes to be anywhere between 9-10ml. This packs some serious punch as far as colour pay off and will definitely be looking to purchase more of the colours over time. 

SHOP BORN PRETTY STORE:


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As always, thanks for taking the time out of your day to read my posts :)

Until next time,

POLISH ON!





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