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Crystal Finger Nail Ring Review

Bling Baby! Today's nail style is simple and elegant, perfect for that Christmas cocktail party especially when you're in a rush! Applying rhinestones to cover an entire accent nail can be time consuming so that's where this blinged out baby comes in.


Today's look uses a basic black nail polish; Wet N Wild Wild shine in Black creme, 2 coats and then 2 coats of L'Oreal The Magic Top coats in The True Diamond. Finish off with a small clear rhinestone near the cuticle area. 




For the accent finger simply use a base coat and if you like paint the nails with the same black polish. Allow to dry fully. Now put on your crystal nail ring. This ring comes in both silver and gold and has a ring diameter of 1.5cm that is adjustable for a perfect fit. 


To get any of the BornPrettyStore products used above just simply follow the links below. Happy Shopping!!!

Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
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