Gah, I promise I’ll have a Blogger Takeover post up for you guys later today! I’m just going to slip this review in the meantime. This will be my final Rocksbox review, so you only have to read my “little” explanation one more time ?
Every month for $19, you are sent three pieces of designer jewelry that are picked for you by a stylist based off of an initial style quiz. Once you receive your box, you’re able to wear the jewelry as much as you’d like to “test” it out. When you’re ready for a new box, all you have to do is repackage any jewelry that you don’t want to keep and send it back to Rocksbox (shipping label included.) But, if something strikes your fancy, you’re able to buy the piece for a discounted rate simply by not sending that item back! As soon as Rocksbox gets your box back, you can get another one sent to you and there’s no limit to how many boxes you can get a month. Also, every month you’re given a $10 credit that can be applied to any purchase you want to make during that month. I decided to review each piece of jewelry in separate posts because I think this could become a fun series, so I hope you guys enjoy.
This post is about the Nakamol Luminous Wrap Bracelet!
Tattoo picture because yeah, I like it haha! It’s finally healed (it could use some touch ups though,) and my parents know about it now, so cool. Anywho! This is a jewelry review, so let’s talk about the bracelet! This was my favorite piece from everything I tried. Which was kind of shocking, because I really wasn’t a fan of the color but I ended up wearing this everyday I had it. I’m kind of regretting not buying it now, stupid adulting getting in the way with its responsibilities. ?
Here’s some nail art I did inspired by the bracelet.
I attempted to recreate the different layers of the bracelet. It didn’t make for the best nail art though….
- Start by applying two coats of Leslie.
- Then add on the design using a dotting tool and other polishes. I’m not going to list what I used, because the list is pretty long. For the art, I found it easiest to start with the middle of the design and then add on the outer lines after.
- Clean up.
- Add a layer of Glossy Glam.
I finally started to get the hang of posing my nails with jewelry when my subscription ended haha. Go figure!
Thank you to the lovely people at Rocksbox for asking me to review for them! I’m not sure how much longer my discount code will be active, but use it while you can!
Thanks for reading guys!
press samples // some products in this post were previously provided in exchange for an honest review