Creative Caviar Nails - Sparkly-Nails Review*



Caviar Beads with Sparkly-Nails

Hello there beauties! Hope you're all doing well, I still can not believe it is August already, my how this year has flown! Today's review is all about nails, and a trend you may have been seeing a lot of, The caviar beads!

Many brands have been picking up this unique style trend, with different shades and ideas on application. The wonderful Sparkly-Nails always have a complete variety of colourful caviar beads; which I have been excited to show you all my thoughts and views on this trend.


The gorgeous Rainbow mix is what I received to review, it came sealed within a 15g bag which was completely full of 1mm sized beads. The colours were beautiful, they just reminded me of the hundreds and thousands you would sprinkle on top of a cupcake. But please be warned these are not edible nor should they be around little ones if they are to swallow them!


Of course seeing as all my reviews are honest, I did have quite a struggle with perfecting the caviar look! These beads are quite fiddly, but after a few attempts I seemed to get more of the skill going. I put a few of the beads into a flat surfaced container so they wouldn't run away and made a layer of clear varnish on one of the nails; While the nail is still wet/tacky I placed it facing down onto the beads allowing them to cling onto the varnish. I feel the best way to apply is to be gentle but firm when patting down the beads so that they are an even layer upon the nail.


Personally I would only do this effect on the ring finger of each hand, rather than every nail. And to choose a nail varnish for the other nails that is very close to one of the bead's shades would look just as pretty. Depending how careful you are when going about day to day with this nail trend, do expect them to occasionally fall off! But they can easily be re-applied with a wooden cocktail stick to just fill in those gaps.
Do check out Sparkly-Nails for their fabulous colour selection of Caviar Beads at such an affordable price too!
  
Rainbow mix beads direct link -

      

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3 comments:

  1. I've not been too big a fan of caviar beads but these look like Jazzies and I love them!

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  2. This looks really cool but think it's a bit fiddly for me!

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  3. I have yet to try the caviar nail trend, but I have to agree with you, I think I would only do an accent nail. I like that it's a rainbow color. :) Found you on Twitter, you sent me your link.

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Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Creative Caviar Nails - Sparkly-Nails Review*



Caviar Beads with Sparkly-Nails

Hello there beauties! Hope you're all doing well, I still can not believe it is August already, my how this year has flown! Today's review is all about nails, and a trend you may have been seeing a lot of, The caviar beads!

Many brands have been picking up this unique style trend, with different shades and ideas on application. The wonderful Sparkly-Nails always have a complete variety of colourful caviar beads; which I have been excited to show you all my thoughts and views on this trend.


The gorgeous Rainbow mix is what I received to review, it came sealed within a 15g bag which was completely full of 1mm sized beads. The colours were beautiful, they just reminded me of the hundreds and thousands you would sprinkle on top of a cupcake. But please be warned these are not edible nor should they be around little ones if they are to swallow them!


Of course seeing as all my reviews are honest, I did have quite a struggle with perfecting the caviar look! These beads are quite fiddly, but after a few attempts I seemed to get more of the skill going. I put a few of the beads into a flat surfaced container so they wouldn't run away and made a layer of clear varnish on one of the nails; While the nail is still wet/tacky I placed it facing down onto the beads allowing them to cling onto the varnish. I feel the best way to apply is to be gentle but firm when patting down the beads so that they are an even layer upon the nail.


Personally I would only do this effect on the ring finger of each hand, rather than every nail. And to choose a nail varnish for the other nails that is very close to one of the bead's shades would look just as pretty. Depending how careful you are when going about day to day with this nail trend, do expect them to occasionally fall off! But they can easily be re-applied with a wooden cocktail stick to just fill in those gaps.
Do check out Sparkly-Nails for their fabulous colour selection of Caviar Beads at such an affordable price too!
  
Rainbow mix beads direct link -

      
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