Nail Bling

At the moment, my floors are littered with tiny rhinestone stickers for my nails. I bought a bunch of them when I saw a picture of some blinged out nails I wanted to replicate on my own. I figured I could just do it myself at home. Ask me how many of those annoyingly tiny stickers I was able to get on my nails. Zero. ZERO! As soon as I’m able to pick one up, it immediately falls into the abyss where it’s impossible to find. So I pick up another one. Lather, rinse, repeat. Then, hours later, the stickers that were once impossible to find show up on the kitchen floor, on the living room rug, in my cleavage–you name it! I’m not a nail artist, guys. Let’s give it up for the pros.

Here are some nail looks that I’m digging right now and that I’ll be paying someone else to hook me up with!

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Discover Le Labo

I bought the Le Labo Discovery Set last Sunday when I went in search of my 2019 fragrance. I was unimpressed with the majority of the selection in the store, and a saleslady brought the discovery set to my attention. For almost a year, I’ve been hearing great things about Le Labo’s Santal 33, so I decided to give the set a try.

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Santal 33 is heavenly. And unisex. Truly. But I’m a girl who likes heady, musky, dark scents. If you like fruity or sweet, this isn’t the one for you. But there are sixteen in the discovery set! So you’re sure to find something that suits you.

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I’m still trying to determine my absolute favorites (aside from the Santal 33 obviously!). Ambrette 9 and Thé Noir 29 are top contenders. This set has converted me into a solid Le Labo fan. I’ve been obsessively perusing their website to determine my next purchase!

If you’re interested in picking up the discovery set, check out your nearest Nordstrom or you can buy it online. If you do, let me know what you think!