These cone shaped studs come in a set of 10 and come in both gold and silver. These turned out to be much bigger than I'd expected them to be, but they're still pretty cool and they didn't get in the way as much as I thought they would.
I started out with two coats of nail polish and then top coat and let that dry before I attached these. When I did attach them, I put a tiny amount of nail glue on the bottom of the stud and a dab of the glue on my nail. I just picked these up with my fingers becuase they were big enough, and I placed them where I wanted them and let the glue dry.
When the glue was dry, I used my top coat again to go around th base of the studs to smooth out any bumps that the glue left and to secure the studs more.
The studs stayed on my nail for about two cays before they started to come off, but I think that was my fault for not using enought glue to secure them. They didn't really get in the way either, but they made my finger feel really heavy because they're metal.
The nude polish that I used for these was Zoya Avery and the gold gradient was done with Julep Oscar.
I did change my nail shape before doing these, but I'm already back to square haha.
*these were sent for review