August 3, 2013

Wax Rhinestone Picker

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Hello Loves! I have a very helpful tool to share with you today. This is the wax rhinestone picker from BornPrettyStore that can be found here: http://www.bornprettystore.com/wooden-picking-rhinestone-picker-p-5623.html. This is basically a wax "pencil" that you can sharpen and it helps you easily pick up rhinestones or any small items that you may need help picking up.  


The wax point easily picks up studs and I easily used the picker to place the studs for the manicure shown below. I had another wax-based colored pencil that I used to use to help me place studs or loose glitters, but having this completely wax picker is definitely a better alternative. 


Model's Own Aqua Violet and circle studs (link to post about these studs)

For this wax picker ($2.53) or any nail art related items, please visit bornprettystore.com and use code "ASL91" for 10% off your entire purchase!

30 comments :

  1. Oh I love those!!! They are so handy!!! I lost mine so I will have to do a search...nvm just found it! (lmao!! Seriously!)

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    1. They really are! lol!! I'm glad you found it! :D

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  2. That is actually not bad to have around. Sometimes rhinestones or studs are impossible to grab or turn to the right side, so annoying!
    xx, moonchild beauty blog

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    1. It really is helpful :D omg I know what you mean about turning them to the right side!! lol

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  3. I didn't know that there were products like this! I need to check out this product! :)

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    1. Yea! It's a nice little "tool" to have :D

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  4. Very cool!!!! I could see this being useful for small jewelry parts too!!

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  5. It's a very handy tool - I have something similar :)

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  6. Traci you know what ... I'm trying to not bit my nails anymore ... Just started three days ago but I will stop this time, I WILL, so I can try to recreate you lovely mani haha

    Have a lovely sunday!

    fashionfixeshearts.blogspot.com

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    1. Yay! I know you can do it, Charlotte!! :D
      I hope you're enjoying the last of the weekend!

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  7. It looks so handy! I'll have to try it myself :)

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  8. That seems really convenient! I've seen people use tweezers to pick up the little studs and jewels but this seems so much easier!

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    1. It really is! lol I used to use tweezers...it's not always easy with them haha

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  9. I've actually never heard of this tool before! I guess it's because I have yet to experiment with rhinestones on my nails yet. Are they hard to apply with a tweezer? Because I was planning to use those :P

    Elle

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    1. Gasp! lol. I think you'll be able to use tweezers with no problems for rhinestones. That's what I used before using this tool :)

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  10. Ok, isn't this wax pencil like the best thing since sliced bread? I could not believe how great it was!!

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  11. Great idea! Your mani is beautiful :)

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    1. It really is! Aw thank you, Rhonda! :D

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  12. OMG what is this??? I never knew this ever exsisted! How cool. Thanks for sharing, Traci!

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  13. I've always wanted to try one of these! I waste so many toothpicks on rhinestone manis!

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    1. hehe it's such a great tool! Aww lol. I tried doing toothpicks...

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