Sunday, July 22, 2012

Nail Art by Donna Michelle Salon Basics

This pack was $1!
You know, I have to say it... I really love Dollar Tree! I find wandering through the store lots of fun, and sometimes I find amazing goodies I can actually afford! A couple of days ago my husband and I went to Dollar Tree to pick up some sunglasses. (I tend to break or lose sunglasses often, so I don't want to spend more than $1 on them. It hurts losing a pair or Ray Bans!)

Of course, while I was there I had to check the cosmetics section. I'm so glad I did, because I found the most adorable little nail goodies. They're Nail Art by Donna Michelle Salon Basics, and there were several choices- tiny mylar chunks like the So Easy Cracked Ice, string glitter, micro glitter, micro beads, and tiny shapes. Each pack came with 8 different colors, and was only $1.

I chose the small shapes, and am so glad I did. They're awfully cute, and the variety of shapes really appeals to me. I spread them out on a sheet of scrapbook paper so you could see what they all are. There are tiny flowers in purple and lavender, hexes in gold holo and peach, pink hearts, green hollow hearts with tiny hearts, blue hollow hexes with tiny hexes, and silver holo stars with tiny stars. The holo shapes are very shiny and refractive, while the rest of the shapes have an iridescent coating on them. They really are beautiful!

Also, I can't help but love the teeny little bottles these come in. I'm thinking once I use the pieces I may have to make them into necklaces or something. They're just too cute!

Ok, enough babble. Til next time!

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  1. They would be cute on nails too!

    1. Oh wow totally didn't read the package- "nail art"

    2. *laughs* It's easy to do! I probably should have put that in the text of the post. I'll go change that now! :D

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