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BornPrettyStore Haul 2.0!

Oh, how this site will be the death of my bank account!
I hope you're all having a great week- I have a final haul post before we get back onto some actual naily business, and once again, it's from Born Pretty Store.

Quick reminder that they do Free Worldwide Delivery and I have a 10% Discount Code - REEG10 for you to use!

On to my haul then, I spent a crazy £45, but for the amount of things I actually got, it was totally worth it!

First of all, I grabbed this huge sheet of 3D-embossed nail stickers in all their swirly glory!

Then a couple of gem-wheels with some very pretty holographic/multi-tone gems in each, in a mixture of shapes. 

Plus another 5 stamping plates to add to the collection! (I also have 10 more on the way too... Ooops!)

Add in lots of water decal transfer sheets with quite a few pretty feathery designs!

A couple of full-nail water decal sheets too, in nothing more than an amazing big cat print and a dragon print!

A few more decals here and there- the lower ones are some more swirly embossed stickers but have a few full nail designs alongside some others, plus there's some cool water decals here, with the zips to the top right and some dolphins on the top left!

Last 2 water decals for this round, I swear! These are a little different for me since I usually run from anything florals, but they were so cute I just couldn't resist!

And finally, four packs of nail strips in colours ranging from a green glitter gradient, to cats to US vs UK!

So in total, I bagged myself:
2x Gem Wheels
5x Stamping Plates
1x Huge Sticker Sheet
14x Water Decal Sheets
1x Less-huge Sticker Sheet
4x Nail Strips

Which, I must say, is not bad at all for £45, and I will definitely have enough content for here to last a long, long time! I'll pledge to you now to use one of these items at least once a week until you get sick of seeing them/me! :)
So yes, I think that's everything I had to show you and some normal nail-y goodness shall be resumed on Friday with a swatch of Orly's Turquoise Color Flip polish!

Have you had any good hauls lately? Let me know in the comments below!!

See you Friday!
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Coming Up...
Friday: Orly Turquoise Color Flip!
Monday: BornPrettyStore Snake Print Decals!
Wednesday: Glossybox January Edition!


  1. I got the chills! You got so much awesome things yaay! The owl stamping late looks so cute :D I can't wait to see awesome nail designs done with everything. n_n I've been a shopping maniac in december, I just bought everything I saw LOL Since the start of the year I've been concentrating on trying it all out, I still have over 100 untried polishes and just, it's bad LOL But hey, at least we got pretty nails and the 'oops' tag made my day. :D

    1. Haha I'll get right onto using everything... Except I also have many, many untried polishes and also just got another delivery with more stamping plates and some cute little panda decals (oops!) ^^


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