MUA Nail Constellations

These are the most exciting things to have been posted through my door in quite some time. The initial caviar nail trend interested me a little but it looked so fiddly and messy and I wrote it off as not for me. When I first opened these I thought the same thing, they look so very cool but I’ll never be able to do it.. however.. MUA have devised this nifty little applicator to blow the little beads on to your nails which in theory eliminates most of the fuss and waste. I’m yet to try them but had to get a post up and let you know that they were available in stores now for just £3!!!

They’ve even thought of a way to recover those pesky little ‘constellation balls’ that do escape during application. I am very excited to try this out tomorrow night, I’ll be using MUA Pistachio Ice Cream (somewhere between Essie’s Mint Candy Apple and Absolutely Shore – very nice!) and the MUA Nail Constellation in Pisces. Each of the beady ball products are named after a star sign but unfortunately there are only 5 so far. Have to say I was a little miffed that my sign (Aquarius) is yet to be created but I hold out hope that these will prove so popular that it will be absolutely crucial that MUA complete the Zodiac Circle.

Will you be launching yourself in to this new craze?.. or maybe you already have? If you’ve blogged about it let me know your links below, I’m interested to see how others got on with this tricky DIY

Available in Superdrug stores Nationwide and online here

Miss BB

*PR Sample

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4 Comments

  1. Lynda
    9 October, 2012 / 6:07 pm

    I’ve been looking for these in a few local Superdrug stores by me, but to no avail 🙁 I’m looking forward to finally buying some when I find them and giving them a try! I’ve already experimented with the Velvet nails which was cheap as chips! and I didn’t buy the Ciate kits, too expensive for my liking! 😀

    • missbudgetbeauty
      Author
      11 October, 2012 / 9:33 pm

      aww noo 🙁 its so cool, i just removed mine to repaint and can confirm they were a doddle to take off

      • sharon
        18 November, 2012 / 10:36 pm

        hi. how did you get them to stick regards

        • missbudgetbeauty
          Author
          19 November, 2012 / 6:48 pm

          it explains in the post, they stick to the wet polish

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