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Nail art will always have its place, but a new twist on this that we’re digging is the idea of nail architecture. Thanks to celeb nail artist and Nail Rock founder Zoe Pocock, we can build gorgeous nail looks with the likes of glitter, sequins, and other fancy add-ons.
This product experience was a total hot mess. I wasn't too keen on the velvet idea and would have preferred glitter any day, but we tried it anyway. My daughters are 12 & 14 and they love any kind of nail art.
We followed the directions, but made a massive mess in the process and ended up with velvet flocks everywhere. I really think that instead of having the velvet in a tub, it should be in some sort of a tube or application pen. Or, it should come with some sort of tongs to apply it with instead of using your other hand of freshly painted nails.
I received the "caviar" for a monthly sample and was super excited to try it. I did not find it difficult to use unlike other reviewers.. I actually thought it was pretty straight forward. It even looked pretty darn good. BUT... this did not usually last for more than 20 minutes before the balls/"caviar" started falling off leaving chunks of "caviar" missing, looking really ghetto rather quickly. My friend received the velvet one which was awesome. I really want to try the glitter one. Hopefully it'll have more staying power.2
The glitter was really messy and came off pretty easily. This is a good concept, but not very doable. While I really do like the color, the glitter was quickly added to my school craft box.3
I received this nail polish in the velvet burgundy shade. The color is absolutely beautiful, but applying the velvet is such a hassle! Loved the full size though!3
Fuzzy nails - this reminds me of the 90s. I got a laugh when i opened my birch box because this is totally not my style. However i tried it just for fun. After the fuzzy stuff gets wet, your nails are SOS and it looks like overly-worn dried up velvet. Will have to give this to my 8 year old cousins. They will enjoy it more than me.1
Why have just a few speckles of glitter on your nails, when they can be COVERED in glitter? This seriously brings the summer party nail. Granted it can be a bit messy to do and if you aren't careful (or have an overly playful dog) you will be covered in glitter, but the end product is totally worth it!5
This is a great concept put you really need someone to do it for you, that know what they are doing.3
I got this as a full-size sample and liked it so much that I bought it in another color. I think Velvet nails are so unique in a time when nail art is so big. It is a little tricky to apply but it looks great on and stays on.4
The color was great but the glitter got to be a little messy when applying. Removing the glitter was nice and easy, better than other glitter nail polishes.3
I received the pink nail rock kit. I kept putting off trying it, thinking it would be super messy. I finally did an accent nail on each hand and it was super easy! I recommend working over a sink, to help catch the extra glitter. It dried quickly and I love the sparkle! I haven't had trouble with it rubbing off on everything, like others have mentioned. The pink base coat is very light, almost clear. Great product!5