Going Dotty! Dotting Tool Review - Sparkly-Nails*



Hey there beauties! Today I'm bringing to you another review from the wonderful Nail company who has it all, Sparkly-Nails! 
They kindly sent to me their dotting tool with two nail paints, as I've not used a tool like this before I was interested in which types of nail art I could produce, and here is what I came up with!




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Initial Thoughts

Firstly I like how sparkly-nails always delivers their products professionally packaged, with never any damage or leaking. The dotting tool came within this packing so it was clear to see how the tool looked before even opening it. The tool is double ended, each of the ends is a different size which is handy as it is all in one so no big need on having to change tools when doing your nail art. 
The dotting tool is very well designed and easy to hold, pretty much like a pen, it gives more of the user that added confidence if they're still new to nail art, because of its sleek shape. 
The paint pots were such a reasonable size at 3ml each, they're a water based type solution so a top coat is needed to seal in the design. 


Only a small dab of the tool in the paint, just so that the tip is covered, was all you needed to create a couple of dots on the nails. For the flower design on the navy blue base polish I used both ends, the smaller tip for the middle of the flower then the larger tip for the petals. The second nail art design was inspired by the 4th of July, a sparkly blue base and dots of white and red using the small ended tool. For the overall prices of Sparkly-nails tools and paints they were very reasonable and affordable for the effects you could get from using them!

What are your thoughts? Would you consider using a dotting tool for nail art?
Let me know in the comments!



   

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5 comments:

  1. Looks like it would be really useful! I've wanted to get into nail art for a while but I'm so bad at being steady with details.

    Lexi
    http://rhinestonereligion.com

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  2. your designs are so simple but they looks lovely, I'll have to try something like this out with my dotting tools xxx

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  3. I have a similar dotting tool from Avon but my nails didn't turn out as well as yours when I did them lol. I love the sparkly blue design :) x

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  4. Hi lovely, you tweeted me with your blog link last night! I really like your blog, some really great posts on here! I've followed you!

    Hope you can check out my blog too!

    www.victoria-emma.blogspot.co.uk

    Vickyy

    XO

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  5. Really like the sparkly blue design!:)

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Friday, 19 July 2013

Going Dotty! Dotting Tool Review - Sparkly-Nails*



Hey there beauties! Today I'm bringing to you another review from the wonderful Nail company who has it all, Sparkly-Nails! 
They kindly sent to me their dotting tool with two nail paints, as I've not used a tool like this before I was interested in which types of nail art I could produce, and here is what I came up with!




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Initial Thoughts

Firstly I like how sparkly-nails always delivers their products professionally packaged, with never any damage or leaking. The dotting tool came within this packing so it was clear to see how the tool looked before even opening it. The tool is double ended, each of the ends is a different size which is handy as it is all in one so no big need on having to change tools when doing your nail art. 
The dotting tool is very well designed and easy to hold, pretty much like a pen, it gives more of the user that added confidence if they're still new to nail art, because of its sleek shape. 
The paint pots were such a reasonable size at 3ml each, they're a water based type solution so a top coat is needed to seal in the design. 


Only a small dab of the tool in the paint, just so that the tip is covered, was all you needed to create a couple of dots on the nails. For the flower design on the navy blue base polish I used both ends, the smaller tip for the middle of the flower then the larger tip for the petals. The second nail art design was inspired by the 4th of July, a sparkly blue base and dots of white and red using the small ended tool. For the overall prices of Sparkly-nails tools and paints they were very reasonable and affordable for the effects you could get from using them!

What are your thoughts? Would you consider using a dotting tool for nail art?
Let me know in the comments!



   
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