Friday, November 29, 2013

Nail Rock your Black Friday! Velvent, Caviar or Glitter?

Hey ya Purty!
It's Black Friday and for me that means I am at Legoland with my family. For those of you who are out shopping, good luck!

Now, it is time to get your holiday manicures ready and if you need a new texture and nail art polish to try, please try the Nail Rock Nail Velvet, Nail Rock Nail Caviar and Nail Rock Nail Sequin polishes for a party look that is fun and classy at the same time!

 The product is so easy to use, and makes for a fun manicure. I finished my pre-Thanksgiving dinner party manicure with the velvet which is my favorite and the caviar. Yes the glitter is nice, but I like the fuzzy texture best!
Now here is a bit more about the product and remember, you can get some online or at your local Walmart, just in time for fuzzy nails for Christmas!

Price: $ 6.00
Colors: Navy  & Burgundy
Sizes - The polish is 10ml or 0.3 fl oz and the velvet is a 5g or 0.18 oz


  • 1. Push back cuticle and shape and file the nail edge
  • 2. Gently remove surface shine using a nail buffer or a smooth nail file.
  • 3. Select the Nail Rock wrap nearest to your cuticle size.
  • 4. Place at the cuticle edge and press firmly onto the nail.
  • 5. Stretch firmly over the free edge of your nail and use your nail or a wooden hoof stick to tuck under the free edge.
  • 6. Taking a smooth nail file, remove excess wrap by running file under the nail.
    Starting from the nail edge, peel off the Nail Rock.

















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