Lady Queen - Platinum Knuckle Nail Art Ring

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Hiya guys! I'm really excited to finally be able to share this review with you. It's been sitting in my drafts for months now and every time I wanted to post it I would either feel too sick or something else would come up last minute. But it's time to finally reveal one of my biggest secrets... Okay that's way too dramatic because it hasn't really been a secret at all, haha. But it is one of my most frequently asked questions and that is, "Where did you get that midi ring from?". The answer to that is... drum-roll please.... Lady Queen! Yes, besides nail goodies (i.e. stamping plates, polishes, and water decals) this shop also sells a few jewelry pieces including midi rings.

I've been using this pose above for the last few months and has become a quick favorite. The midi ring is just the perfect size to stand out, but not take away from the swatch. I only tend to use it for this pose though and I'll explain the reason why later on in the post.

In the Lady Queen shop the item is listed as SP0264 and retails for $1.58 each. There is also a variety of options for the ring starting with either gold-toned or silver (like mine). You also have an option to either get the diamond rhinestone style or the one without any rhinestones. And finally there is a small version that is a three layer design (like mine) or a large version which has four layers. So many options! And the rings are really inexpensive so you can easily grab yourself a variety if you're having a hard time choosing. Personally I need to get myself one of the gold-plated designs to match specific manis.

This ring is styled to be a one-size fits all kind of model, but if you happen to wear anything smaller than a 6 this might end up falling passed your knuckle area. I'm a 5 1/2 in ring sizes so this tends to fall a little further down my finger than I originally wanted it to. I've kind of become accustom to the fit now because it really is so comfortable to wear, but ideally I would have liked it to be further up (as shown in the photo below). 

Because of the sizing of it I tend to only wear it during certain poses or in this case really one pose. The style of the ring doesn't allow for it to be resized so it's going to fit how it fits. But if you wear a larger ring size than I do, then this shouldn't be a problem. I admittedly have really thin fingers though like Jack Skellington or something, haha. 

And just in case you guys are curious, the polish in these photos is called Berry Good Looking from Cupcake Polish. Let me know down in the comments if you'd like to see a post about this polish.

Overall I really love this midi ring and it's definitely one I can confidently recommend to you guys. I have been wearing it for months (not just for photos) and it really isn't showing any signs of wearing down. All the rhinestones are in place, none have fallen out on me despite my dogs love to chew on it. And as I mentioned before, it's really inexpensive if nothing else it's worth a try and if you like it (like I obviously do) then you can pick up the multiple styles. Let me know what you guys think about midi rings! Is it a must to accompany your manicures? Which are your favorite?

And if you decide you'd like to shop over at Lady Queen be sure to use my code WECS15 to receive 15% off your purchase. Please remember shipping is overseas and will take at least 2-3 weeks to arrive. It's a bit of a stretch, but if you're patient then it's worth the inexpensive prices.

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