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Nailing The Stacking Ring Trend & The Perfect DIY Mani

Too many rings and not enough fingers? We hear you. Here’s our guide on how to stack your favourite rings. Whether you’re after a simple, minimal look or want to make more of a bold statement, this guide will help inspire your look.

 

1. MIX IT UP

Don’t be afraid to mix your metals! Silver and gold jewellery work together beautifully when layered to create a cool, on-trend look.

2. LESS IS MORE

If you want to keep it simple, work your rings across your fingers instead. Our Wide Hammered Band and Beaded Stacking Ring are some of our personal favourites.

3. MAKING A STATEMENT 

Try layering up your rings on one finger or mix a statement ring with more simple stacking rings. We love using rings of varying widths and textures such as the Wide Hammered Band, Beaded Stacking Ring and the Halo Ring.

4. ADD A MIDI RING

Midi rings add a bit of extra detail and depth to your look. Any of our rings can be worn as a midi ring – simply choose a size that’s 2 or 3 sizes smaller than your normal size. Our go-to midi ring choice is our Wishbone Ring.

5. ADD SYMBOLS 

Raise your ring game by adding in symbols or florals. We love our Karma and Nature rings to elevate an outfit.

 

 

1. MIX IT UP

Don’t be afraid to mix your metals! Silver and gold jewellery work together beautifully when layered to create a cool, on-trend look.

2. LESS IS MORE

If you want to keep it simple, work your rings across your fingers instead. Our Wide Hammered Band and Beaded Stacking Ring are some of our personal favourites.

3. MAKING A STATEMENT 

Try layering up your rings on one finger or mix a statement ring with more simple stacking rings. We love using rings of varying widths and textures such as the Wide Hammered Band, Beaded Stacking Ring and the Halo Ring.

4. ADD A MIDI RING

Midi rings add a bit of extra detail and depth to your look. Any of our rings can be worn as a midi ring – simply choose a size that’s 2 or 3 sizes smaller than your normal size. Our go-to midi ring choice is our Wishbone Ring.

5. ADD SYMBOLS 

Raise your ring game by adding in symbols or florals. We love our Karma and Nature rings to elevate an outfit.

 

Stacking your rings is like assembling an outfit, it’s personal to you. Do what feels right and wear them with confidence.

All you need now is that perfect mani! We’ve partnered with Nat Dixon, a beauty journalist helping mums look good and feel great with easy hair, beauty, makeup and style advice. Here she shares her top tips for getting the perfect DIY manicure…

There’s nothing more glamorous than a full set of fresh nails but as a mum, I rarely get the chance to go to a nail salon and get them done professionally. Thankfully it’s not a problem anymore as you can now get professional-looking nails at home.

Getting Nailed UK is a brand of salon quality press on nails that can be applied in just a few simple steps (I recommend doing this when the kids are in bed):

1. Ensure your nails are free from any previous nail varnish, gel polish or acrylic. Use acetone-free polish remover to remove any oils from the nail bed.

2. Remove the nails from the back and lay them out in order of application.

3. Using nail clippers cut down your natural nail then gently push back your cuticle with an orange stick and buff the surface of your nails to create a slight roughness (this makes the false nail adhere better).

4. Give your nails a final cleanse with the alcohol wipe provided.

5. Add a drop of glue to the false nail and apply to your natural nail. Hold for 10-20 seconds ensuring there are no air bubbles. Repeat until all nails have been applied.

6. Once all nails have been applied, sit back and enjoy!”

False nails can be reused if applied and removed correctly, so you want to be sure that you apply them accurately and precisely. Getting Nailed nails can last up to 2 weeks if cared for properly.

For a limited time only, use code NAT15 for 15% OFF all Stacking Rings AND all Getting Nailed UK nail sets.

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