Good afternoon, dear readers! I hope this post finds you well and you have been having a wonderful week so far! I can't believe it is almost Friday and the weekend already, but the weeks just seem to be flying by lately. I've got so much going on outside the blog with preparing to move into my new house, and I'm looking forward to moving in next weekend! Thankfully I'm not moving far this time so it shouldn't have much of an impact on my blog posts. Speaking of, let's get to today's post!
I've been enjoying creating more nail art looks this year, and for today's blog post, I have gold-wrapped pearls from Born Pretty Store to share with you. I've never really considered myself a pearl fan, but I seem to be drawn to them a lot right now.
The pearls have a flat back and are surrounded by gold-coloured edging. They are sold as a set of 10 pearls. This pearl design comes in a few different size options, and I used the small 4mm size for the nail art look in this post.
I think the 4mm size the perfect size for my nails. Because these pearls are hard, they don't bend to conform to the curvature of your nails. These pearls add an elegant touch to any manicure! A few of the ones I received weren't entirely round, and one of the pearls had an odd darker smudge on it that would not wipe off, but for a couple dollars, it's a cute and easy way to dress up your nails. The direct link to purchase these pearls (in all the sizes available) can be found here. You can also save 10% off full-priced items by using discount code QWL91.
Nail polish used: Ellagee Sky High Heels
Until next time, dear readers, have a wonderful day!
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