So; I received this set of 15 brushes from KKCenterHk. I love this kind of sets. They have almost every brush you could possibly need. I already had 2 sets similar to this, one at $2,99 and the other at about $5-8. The set I am reviewing costs $13,50. I've got to say that this set is waaaaay better than the cheaper ones. As someone who buys the cheapest version of everything possible, it pains me to say that the quality of paint brushes shows in the price. The all the brushes are perfectly soft and pointed (at one angle at least). The detail brushes are the textbook definition of perfection. Seriously.
Btw: Use the code "brushmeblush" to get a 10% discount when buying from KKCenterHk.
And to show you these brushes in work I have prepared 4 video tutorials for you.
from left to right: video3, video1, video2, video4.
Oh, and go follow me on YouTube :)
I've got to say this is probably my favorite item like ever. It has everything, fimo, little plastic bows, acrylic flowers, pearls and rhinestones. This is perfect if you don't use a lot of 3d decorations but you would like a large selection when you do. The wheel itself is the biggest I own (has a diameter of 8,3 cm).
Look at that I made an elegant design. It's really nice for a change. Oh, and btw, the leaved do not come with the item, I made them myself from acrylic.
As you can see from the title, I am having my first blogaversary (11 November). I love love love this date, Because it had absolutely no significance for me, it is so perfectly random. To celebrate it I am holding a giveaway and a nail art competition.
There are two prizes and two winners. The first one is a $20 gift certificate to Born Pretty store (use the code SCL91 for a 10% discount). The second prize is $15 worth of products from Buy in Coins (refer to email@example.com for a 5% discount). The winner of the Nail art competition will get to choose which prize do they want, and winner of the giveaway will get the one left over.
Rules For the Nail art competition:
no age limit
only designs done on your nails. Acrylic or gel extensions are acceptable.
Last day to enter is 4th November.
The winner will be determined by vote. Voting will start on the 4th of November and the winner will be announced on the 11th.
For the theme, I want you to recreate the first ever nail art design you did. Or, well, the first one you photographed. I think it will be awesome to see how much you have improved :). Send your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The competition has been canceled due to the lack of entrants.
So I have finally done a tutorial for this. I would have done one it sooner but, I ran out of matte polish. I had a matte top coat form h&m, it was perfect. It dried so fast and looked so perfect. Every time I go to h&m I buy the matte top coat. I have five of them, only the first one works. The last four have taken ages to dry and dried shiny. Such a shame.
So I got a soft pink matte polish from Born Pretty Store. Gosh, this took ages to dry (6 min). It is completely opaque, which is amazing for a pink polish. Quite easy to apply and smells amaaaazing. So with the help of the tutorial you can have nails that taste and smell sweet (I replaced the salt with powdered sugar).
There are sooo many more cool designs I could do with matte polish, I need to get more of it...
This is a review for mask water decals from Born Pretty Store.
I really like applying water decals, I don't now why. They are so much thinner and easier to work with than stickers. The also are a lot easier to remove. Anyway, nails:
... but I am shaving it for later. Gosh, how old is this pun. However I still like it.
This is a review of the moustache 3d decals from Born Pretty Store. The decals are made from plastic and very light. They come in 12 cute colors and you get 2 of each. Which for me is more than enough. An overall great product. The lines however aren't as good as they could be, oh well.