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Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Review: Twilight Glass Art Pendant By Lizabettas Plus Giveaway!!

Recently I had the opportunity to check out a great Pendant Etsy Shop. Lizabettas has a great selection of Eclectic Mix of Handmade Art Glass Pendant Necklaces. I was able to choose a pendant of my own choice... it was hard to choose which one I thought was the prettiest.finally  i did choose this Twilight Glass art pendant because i am a huge fan of Edward and Bella ;)


Packaging:I love the packaging because Pendant comes in a small gift baggie so it is ready for gift giving :)




 What Lizabettas says:
Welcome to Lizabettas. Handcrafted pendant lover? Then you've come to the right place. At Lizabettas we make artwork and picture collage pendants. It is amazing how many designs I come across & I am always hunting for the next best thing to use to make a great variety of pendant designs. I love that each design I come across was derived from an artist vision. I always keep that in mind when I'm combining these visions to make a beautiful high quality pendant that I know will make someone happy. Please keep checking back for new designs arriving daily! If you are looking for a specific thing I'll be happy to try & find it for you just let me know.
My Thoughts:
I thought it was very unique and I like it very much.They have a great quality about them. The chain lengt is perfect..i love the ball chain.It is 22 inches long and that will fit just about anyone! I love for my necklaces to be long so this is right up my alley!i am totally in love with my pendant...its is just awesome.

Caution:
Although a sprint in a rainshower would not harm your precious pendant it is still not completely water proof so please don't swim or bath in it.

Price:$12.00 USD


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Lizabetta's has been so very kind as to offer the Pink Black Floral Glass Pendant necklaceto one of my Lcky reader...so her is a giveaway for u Girls :)
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Makeup craves is signing off 
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Friday, 3 February 2012

~~Nail art stamping pallete,scraper n stamp from Kkcenterhk~~

hey girls today i am gonna write about Kkcenterhk Nail art stamp/scraper and nail art stamping image stamp..i was sent these for review.

i was sent:
*Stamp
*Scraper
*Stamping image stamp palette








My Experience:
I love these plate,The images transfer perfectly and look gorgeous on. Some aren't completely centered, but they still work great!  I would recommend these to anyone looking for lots of fun designs to do on their nails.
Tips to Know Before you get started:

-Make sure you remove the protective plastic cover from the front of the plates before attempting to use.
-Wet a cotton ball w/ pure acetone and hold it with tweezers in order to avoid ruining the designs on your nails. Use the acetone soaked cotton ball to wipe nail polish off of the plates and stamper. The plate should be dry before applying more polish.
-Use a thick highly pigmented polish for stamping.
-Work fast! If you take too long the polish will dry on the plate or stamper and you will not get it to transfer.
-If you are working fast and the polish does not transfer try another type of polish, some polished are extra quick drying.
-Be gentle when you apply top coat or you may smear your design.
My Experience:
I love these plates! The images transfer perfectly and look gorgeous on. Some aren't completely centered, but they still work great! Can't wait to use them all. Would definately buy again! Better price than konads. I would recommend these to anyone looking for lots of fun designs to do on their nails.

My personal steps:

1) Wash hands & gently push back cuticles that might be up on nail bed.

2) Get out all needed products & items.

3) Paint nails with bottom coat. Let dry completely (VERY important for best results)

4) Prepare image plate, image nail polish & cotton round with polish remover.

5) Working Quickly - Paint a nice coat of image paint over your image, scrape away extra, stamp with stamper, line up with nail bed, roll on fast, firmly & carefully ensuring you get the entire image to transfer. (If you have never seen this done check out a youtube video on it).

6) After each image you will have to clean the plate completely (especially if you are using the same image for each nail). Be sure to do so carefully not to smudge your other nails. Some recommend using tweezers - I find if I use a Cotton round instead of a ball I don't need to. Again let the polish remover dry on the plate before adding the polish again.

7) I recommend doing all your images on one hand BEFORE putting on the top coat. Just be gentle not to 'bump' them.

8) Once your first hand is complete put on your top coat & let this dry Completely before starting your second hand.

9) Repeat for second hand!

PROS:
-Cheap
-You don't feel bad about scratching them
-Full finger design fits me just fine except for the thumb (it's a bit small)
-Plenty of designs to choose from

CONS:
-Edges are really SHARP
-The bigger designs tend to smear
-Disregarded some of the larger designs because it just looked like a blob even after I scraped it thin

Thank you for reading :)

Makeup craves is signing off 
xxooxxoo