Wednesday, 15 August 2012

I'M LOVING + DIY.... BEADED NAILS


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(seller has now sold out, alternative here)

This trend has taken the beauty world by storm and rightly so, they're quirky, colourful and just a simply fantastic way to jazz up your nails. I wouldn't recommend putting these on all of your nails, i think you'd drive yourself mad with all the tiny little balls but i think it's perfect for an accent. What i did was paint the nails in a colour closest to the colour of the beads and then poured the bottle over the nail in a bowl (honestly, they go everywhere!) waited for them to dry and then lightly brush off the ones that didn't stick. It's honestly so easy and doesn't take up much time at all! Perfect for a Sunday afternoon pamper sesh.

Have you tried these before? What do you think?


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43 comments

  1. The colours are gorgeous, these look so fancy :)

    sophierosehearts.blogspot.co.uk

    x

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  2. they are so cute :))) I like it...

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  3. I want to try caviar nails! They look absolutely amazing. They're different to your 'everyday 3D' nails that everyone seems to be jumping on the bangwagon for at the moment. I may have to make a little purchase.

    xo

    http://jmhunterxo.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. I like the idea of them as an accent nail, but I think it would actually really annoy me to wear them! Shame, as it looks really cute.

    p.s. I really like your new blog layout! The colours are lovely x

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  5. So are you allowed to call the DIY version "caviar" now or will you still threatened with being sued?

    xxShivvyxx

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  6. Love the purple and the royal blue ones!! xx

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  7. Does anyone know how long these last? Love the blue and the silvery white ones

    Sian x

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  8. so cute! I really want to try this trend :) and you matched the colors so well!

    Jackie
    http://fashionxfairytale.blogspot.com

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  9. was looking for a way to do this at home! brilliant DIY! it's so cute!

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  10. I love the brown one :) I reckon I would make a right mess with these though!!
    LaceyLoves

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  11. these look so lovely, even just the bottles with the beads in i think make really nice home decorations haha! i can imagine these being quite strange to remove though!

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  12. Love the beaded look, and think it's a great idea to do them on falsies then pop them on. Would save a lot of trouble.
    Great dupe for the original sets about.
    x

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  13. That's amazeballs! x

    http://www.that-bird.blogspot.co.uk/

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  14. I found a tutorial for this from coleyyyfuls blog! Loved doing it!! Cheap option for a ciate manicure!!

    Www.maryjanett.blogspot.com

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  15. These are gorgeous :) definately need to invest in some of these!
    x

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  16. Love it :)
    http://ss11beauty.blogspot.co.uk/

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  17. Cute but I don't think I'd try this just because I'd be way too paranoid about them coming off! Haha.

    -Jenn
    chīsana blogger

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  18. These look fantastic! Definitely something I want to try. I hope you're well lovely!!

    Gem x
    http://www.gemmameansjewel.com/

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  19. I gave myself a caviar manicure, you can see my post about it here http://teacuptoast.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/caviar-manicure.html I did find the beads annoying for the first hour or so because they kept falling off but after that they became rock solid!x


    teacuptoast.blogspot.com

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  20. They look really great, I think if I done it I would end up picking them off :) x

    bluebutterfly80.blogspot.co.uk

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  22. Love these colours, especially the sort of greyish blue - very cool.
    x

    xoxo Bree
    The Urban Umbrella

    http://www.theurbanumbrella.com/

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  23. Ahh great, cheap alternative to the Cavier nails by Ciate. I now know I can try them and if I dont like them then its not an expensive mistake =D x

    dreamingofblossoms.blogspot.com

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  24. I haven't tried them but I would love to see how long they lasted on me!

    xo, Lela
    Fashion Blog - LelaLondon.com

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  25. I thought I'd love these but I can't imagine dealing with the tiny balls!

    www.northoflondonblog.com

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  26. I can't help but think the balls will fall off all the time? But I love how they look! x

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  27. I love this new nail fad, I'm just scared the little balls would fall off all over the place, hahah. I'd leave like a little trail behind...awks.

    Ava Tallulah

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  28. Yummy. How are they to wash your hair and stuff?
    X

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  29. They are so cute! They remind me of a Nobbly Bobbly ice cream haha xx

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  30. Very good idea!

    xx
    Monica
    http://makeupandlondon.com

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  31. this is incred, love the photos
    Great post, thanks for sharing!

    if you like we can follow each other on bloglovin :)
    let me know!
    STYLE DECORUM

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  32. I think I'll have ti give these a try.

    http://arrceebee.blogspot.com.au/

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  33. I love caviar nails I'm going to be doing a post on these soon as I got 16 pots for £2!!! I think they are such an easy way to have funky nails! X

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  34. gorgeous nails and such beautiful colours!
    http://beauty-blues.blogspot.co.uk/

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  35. Eee I love these, they remind me of sweets and ice cream :-) They look fantastic! xxx

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  36. amazing idea. i would encourage everyone to do this and NOT be lured into buying the expensive ciate stuff, because i can assure you, they use EXACTLY the same beads and are ripping everyone off.... trust me, i know.


    ;)

    missjessicarachel.blogspot.com

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  37. Oooh, these are so cute. I agree that wearing them on all your nails might be a little much but they'd be such a good 'statement' nail. The little corked bottles are adorable as well xx

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  38. Wow that is an amazing idea. Talk about the unique look!

    xo
    The Young Bridget Jones

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  39. I love your blog too cute...
    I just start a new blog I would love if you can visit, and if you give me a chance to see more of my post in the future by choosing to follow me I promise to follow you immediately* can't wait for you to be part of my new subscribers waiting on your visit xoxo
    http://closet2fashion.blogspot.com

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  40. Amazing post and an amazing idea! Definitely inspired me to do something like this :-)
    I love your blog !

    Elf @ www.elfbarton.blogspot.com x

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  41. I have just done a post on these too! My beads only cost £2 for 18 pots! Take a look!

    http://deonnep.blogspot.co.uk/

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