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Bundle Monster Fringing Waters With Triangular Studs

This gorgeous, bright (and neon) blue is Fringing Waters from Bundle Monster. I wore this gel polish on its own for a few days before adding some some Bundle Monster gold, triangular studs.

I love the colour of this polish. When I first received the collection that this comes from – the Sands of Aruba collection – I thought that Voodoo Lounge was my favourite, but wearing this has changed my mind. This is a lovely bright, turquoise blue. It’s also neon, and glows brilliantly, but I don’t have a black light, so can’t show that off.

Bundle Monster Fringing Waters with triangular studs
Bundle Monster Fringing Waters with triangular studs

The gold triangular studs are also by Bundle Monster. They came in a wheel of differently shaped gold studs. They are sold as a pack of three wheels: different shapes of silver studs, different shapes of gold studs and different sizes of clear rhinestones. I perhaps wouldn’t normally pair gold with blue; I think silver goes better with blue than gold does. But I’ve already shown some of the silver studs, so wanted to showcase the gold ones too. The nail art studs pack costs $5.25.

Bundle Monster Fringing Waters with triangular studs
Bundle Monster Fringing Waters with triangular studs

Bundle Monster Fringing Waters is great value for a gel polish at $4.99 – or it’s $28.99 for the set of 6 polishes. I’ve swatched three of the Sands of Aruba polishes now, so you can check them out if you’re interested in buying the set.

 

For this manicure I’ve used:
  • Colour: two coats of Bundle Monster Fringing Waters (gel)
  • Studs: Bundle Monster triangular gold studs
  • Gel top coat: W7 2 in 1 top coat / base coat (gel polish)


All manicure images are copyright to Kerruticles unless otherwise mentioned.
Bundle Monster Fringing Waters and the gold, triangular studs were sent to me for review. All views expressed in this post are my own, honest and unbiased opinions.

 

 

 

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Cindi
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This is really eye catching. I love the row of studs placed like that side by side with no gaps. It works well with the blue and both are enhanced by the other.

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