I was inspired by my JORD Ely watch to do some nail art, and I had these triangle nail art studs from Lady Queen that I wanted to try, so I found a nail polish that tied it all together and this is the result!
Here are all the products I used:
- OPI Natural Nail Base Coat
- China Glaze “Brownstone” x2 coats
- Lady Queen triangle nail art studs
- Lady Queen Rhinestone Picker Wax Pen
- essence gel top coat
After applying my base coat and two layers of China Glaze “Brownstone” I added a layer of essence gel top coat (on one nail at a time) as a “glue” for the studs. Then using the wax pen I applied a stud on the nail. After all fingers were done I sealed in the studs with another layer of essence gel top coat. Unfortunately the first layer I applied under the studs was not completely dry and it created some bubbles. Regardless, I’m still happy with how they turned out!
I loved this nail art – I found the studs added an edge to the overall look.
I find that China Glaze “Brownstone” matches perfectly with the dial of the JORD watch. Do you agree?
If you missed it, go check out my review of this JORD Ely wood watch, it’s absolutely beautiful!
These triangle nail art studs are $4.25 USD on LadyQueen, but save 15% with my code EVLC15!
Have you used studs in your nail art?
– Chantal 🙂
Computer geek by day and super mom by night, Chantal loves to try products of any kind and share her thoughts with the world.