Friday, September 26, 2014

Born Pretty Store Loose Glitter Nail Art Review

Though I am a huge nail art addict I never got a chance to do loose glitter nail art. As soon as loose glitter comes to my mind, all I think is how messy it is. After trying Born Pretty Store Loose Glitter, I have been using it with almost all manicures. Today I am going to review Born Pretty Store Loose Glitter Nail Art.

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Born Pretty Store Loose Glitter Nail Art Review

Price | Availability
$2.49 | Buy online HERE

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Born Pretty Store says-
Specification:
Quantity: 1Pc (only for one color)
Capacity: 10g
Total Weight: 20g
Color: 12 colors available

Package Contents:
1Pc

Feature:
100% Brand new in retail package 
Suitable for nail art decoration with nail polish, UV builder gel, etc.
Creating beautiful nail for long lasting sparkle nail tips!
Perfect for both professional use or personal use!

MBT says-
Born Pretty Store Loose Glitter Nail Art comes in a small, sturdy, clear round plastic pot with a clear screw top lid. The clear packaging allows you to see and identify the color of the glitter in case you hoard many. The loose glitter comes in 12 different colors and I must say all of them are super gorgeous. I got the shade #5 for myself and it is a beautiful lime green color that looks great with both light and dark nail polishes. It can also be used on its own.

Born Pretty Store Loose Glitter Nail Art is a very fine loose glitter that adheres easily and lay flat on nails. I strongly recommend you to use fine glitter instead of big chunks to avoid any messiness. Before starting your manicure, make sure you put a paper underneath so you can easily clean up the excess glitter and reuse it.

Here are the steps or tutorial on how to apply loose glitter on nails:

Apply a base coat of your choice. I preferred going for glitter nail polish to make my manicure sparkly and glittery. Here I used Maybelline Color Show Glitter Mania in Dazzling Diva. Let it dry completely!

Take Born Pretty Store Striping tape and apply it diagonally on your nail. I used black tape for a pretty combination of glitter, tape and base coat.

Apply a clear coat of polish over the diagonal tips of the nails. Make sure you don’t apply it on tape.

Dip the tips of your nail in the pot of glitter laying it flat over the surface and roll it back and forth lightly to cover the whole tip of your nail.

Gently brush away all excess glitter using a fan brush. 

Top it up with a top coat.

Voila you are ready with your sparkly nails.

I always make sure to dip my nails lightly to avoid messiness. This way I have little say very little glitter on my nails and it gets away easily with a fan brush. The fine glitter tends to adheres itself to the polish easily. It feels light and flat on the nails and I have not faced any falling of glitter all over my desk or dress. It stays put on my nails for a good 3-4 days and my nails looks fresh and sparkly even on 4th day. It comes off easily with Hip Hop Nail Polish Remover Pads. This loose glitter can also be used for nail polish to make glittery nail polish.

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Born Pretty Store Loose Glitter Nail Art Review
PROS:
Easy to use.
Does not create mess as it is very fine.
Looks really pretty and sparkly on nails.
Lasts long.
Easy to remove.
12 different shades to choose from.
Reasonably priced.
Versatile.
Easily available.
Born Pretty Store ships worldwide.

CONS:
None!

Overall Thoughts:
Overall I find Born Pretty Store Loose Glitter perfect for a sparkly and party manicure. It not only looks pretty but feels really comfortable on nails. It does not get messy as it is very fine and it is easy to remove excess glitter using a fan brush. I would HIGHLY recommend it to everyone who loves sparkly nails!

Rating: 5/5

Have you tried Born Pretty Store Loose Glitter Nail Art? How was your experience? Share in the comments section below!

Stay pretty!
Megha

Disclaimer: The item was sent by PR for consideration. The review is based on my own honest and personal experience with the product.

20 comments:

  1. Your nails are so gorgeous and on top of that these nail arts, that makes a deadly gorgeous combo, love the glitter and the way you have done them.

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    1. Awww thanx Aroo. You can try glitters too. They are really very easy to do :)

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  2. Wow! I love Bling! Very pretty Seno! :D

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    1. I know Querida you love everything bling <3 Thanx so much :*

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  3. I absolutely loved your Mani! So Gorgeously done :)
    Very Very pretty Megha!

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    1. Thanx so much Richa! Really means a lot to me <3

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  4. Stunning nail art.. u are already a pro now Megha :)

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    1. Thanx! I am still learning Nats. It would be too early to call me Pro :D

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    1. Thanx so much di. U r always so sweet <3

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  6. Beautiful nail art...perfect for this festive season! Love the length of your nails :)

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    1. Awwww thanx so much Pearl <3 I had cut them off :)

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