Today’s mani was inspired by the ring I received in my Diamond Candle. What’s a Diamond Candle you say? They are awesome candles that contain a beautiful ring inside. If you follow me on Facebook I posted two of my other Diamond Candle Rings a few weeks ago.
Diamond Candle in Enchanted Forest
When I first lit it the flame was really long but after a minute or two it settled to a small flame.
To determine the value of the ring you must take it to a jeweler for an appraisal
This gold spot indicates where your ring will be located. Sometimes this spot is attached to the ring pouch, sometimes it’s not. The location of the ring varies candle to candle.
“Cinnamon, some nutty acorns, fragrance of the forest, and a light touch of wild fruit bearing trees along the way.”
To me it smells sweet, nutty and slightly woodsy. The scent reminds me of sweet almonds.
All of the Diamonds Candles I have are mild in fragrance, not overwhelming at all. I like this because I’m very sensitive to fragrance.
Let the candle burn until the wax is fully melted in the area where your ring is.
Blow out the flame, then use tweezers or a spoon to retrieve the ring pouch.
Wipe off the excess wax and remove the gold foil which surrounds a small plastic baggie.
Not sure of the value, it’s marked “China” so I know the band is not real. However, I heard other people say that the stones may still be real even if the ring is marked “China”, “Taiwan” or unmarked.
Holiday season is right around the corner and these candles make great a gift! These are perfect for teachers, caregivers, neighbors, family and friends. Who wouldn’t want a beautiful ring that came form a great smelling candle!
Here is the video review of my ring reveal:
My Garnet and Diamond inspired mani…
I used Essie No Place Like Chrome, Savvy Chrome, SH Red Carpet and Essie Skirting the Issue.