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BornPretty is an online store that sells quality nail products, costume jewelry, and more.

While browsing their website for over an hour, I found so many things I would love to try. I am not all that experienced in nail decorations, so I was eager to try it. I do my nails weekly, cleaning the cuticles and polishing, but have not ventured to the nail art side of things before. There was stamps, water decals, foils, and stickers. I was overwhelmed a bit, but figured I best keep it easier for my novice abilities. I chose a sticker set.
So I grabbed what I need, and got to work.
I loved the french tip design on this one. I figured this new OPI pink polish would make it pop. Oh, it totally did too.
The only problem I had is my big nails. The sticker didn't go from edge to edge. That didn't bother me though, as I thought it still looked pretty groovy! I put a top coat on, and kept this as my look for the week. Got tons of compliments too.
Then I decided for this week to utilize the flowers in the package. Also with the same pink, as it is a great summer color.
As you see, I played a bit with the sizes and colors. It is cute, and the little girls in my neighborhood love my nails. They stop me and ask to see them.  :-)
I also did my toenails pink, because I received an ankle bracelet to check out too. I saw shiny, pretty things in the jewelry section of the website and couldn't resist.
I love how this rhinestone anklet stretches over any foot! It's elegant, pretty and looks great! It will be a nice addition to my accessories this season!
Oh, how I can't wait to try more stuff from this site. I will get more ambitious next time and try harder nail art. 
Won't you check out the site and see what goodies they have up your alley?

And hey, here is a coupon for 10% off your order.
Use code: FREG10
BornPretty


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