MASH Rhinestones 2400 Piece 12 Color Nail Art Nailart Manicure Wheels

Pinned on February 20, 2013 at 2:53 pm by Patricia Buckley

MASH Rhinestones 2400 Piece 12 Color Nail Art Nailart Manicure Wheels

MASH is proud to introduce its first Nail Art accessory! Same great MASH quality you have come to expect, with a price that cannot be beat. These premium rhinestones are so beautiful, and so affordable, you will never chose another brand again! Each rhinestone wheel contains 200 rhinestones of 12 different colors for a total of 2,400 rhinestones! That is enough glam and glitter to drive your man wild, or make any man yours forever!

How to Use:

These premium MASH rhinestones can be applied with top coat or glue.

AUTHENTICITY WARNING: The only Authentic MASH Nail Art is sold by MASH and/or Amazon directly. All other sellers are offering counterfeit products.

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Cathy N. says:

Nice Quality, 2mm Size This is are some very nice quality rhinestones compared to some other brand I bought. I think these are about 2mm in size, so a bit large for the center of flowers on my nails. Regardless, can still use them on the nails for other designs.

Ika says:

Warning! Not quite 2400. Bought two sets of the rhinestones the other day, and wasn’t sure if I was getting my money’s worth. I was crazy enough to count them all; took me about four hours to sort through the mixed-up colors, dump each of them in separate places and count everything. The total turned out to be a little more than 4,000 pieces, which means that each wheel contained only about 2,000 pieces — not 2,400. (For average of each color, see below.)If you don’t mind missing approximately 17%(1/6th) of the advertised number, it’s not a bad product. The rhinestones are very shiny and colorful, making them interesting to look at. (And wow, did I spend a lot of time looking at them.)As others have commented, the colors can get mixed up if you’re not careful (or they just came that way because of the shipping). Some of the colors (esp. black and purple) “stick” to the walls more than others, which means that there’s a higher chance that the stones will get caught between the wall and the lid, which will wedge the lid up and allow some (or many) stones to spill into the adjacent compartments. This happened to me, which is why it took four hours to sort and count everything.Color averages: (from 2 sets; average total approx. 2,010 pieces per wheel — your mileage may vary)Red ~ 150Magenta ~ 165Pink ~ 175Yellow ~ 175Green ~ 170Lime green ~ 150Blue ~ 180Light blue ~ 170Purple ~ 185Lavender ~ 150Clear ~ 170Black ~ 170Edit: Went to a local beauty supply store today, and found their version of a rhinestone wheel. It was approximately $4-$5 with 12 colors, but only 20 pieces per color. This is a much better deal, despite the “missing” stones.

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