Thursday, February 20, 2014

Born Pretty Store Sea Turtle Review

Press Sample

Good morning, dear readers! I have another adorable piece from Born Pretty Store to share with you this week, and I hope you like it! It is advertised on their website as being a tortoise, but it is actually a sea turtle. I love sea turtles so much I even have a honu (the Hawaiian petroglyph for a sea turtle) tattoo. I wanted something ocean-inspired to go with the nail art piece, and rather than doing full nail art, I wanted to play around with an ocean-wave inspired french tip.


As you can see, the sea turtle is a pretty decently-sized piece, and it definitely covers a large portion of my nail. I had actually done a bit of painting on my ring finger to make the nail nicely decorated, but I ended up covering a decent portion of the work. C'est la vie, but definitely something to keep in mind if you want to get this super cute piece: check how much space you will have left on your nail! It stuck well with nail glue, and I didn't lose it! :D I really like this piece, and I'll definitely be using it again when I want to do more ocean nail art!

This cute piece (in addition to two other coloured options) is available for purchase link. You can also save 10% on your purchase at Born Pretty Store by using coupon code QWL91. While you are there, be sure to browse the site for all your nail art needs.

Polishes used:
Orly: Lucky Duck
Color Club: New Bohemian
Zoya: Song, Breezi, Jacqueline, Timo, Hazel, Kristen, and Shay
Until next time, dear readers, have a wonderful day! <3 

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