Mixing Beads
Free Gift

| Ask a Question

08/16/2016 Update:  We are now offering several different sizes of nail polish beads in our shop.

Stainless steel beads made for nail polish bottles.

    • Ingredients: Stainless steel.


      Economy Monster beads are the more affordable version of our Monster beads. They are the same size and made from the same material, except these are a little bit less shiny compared to the original.

      The ORIGINAL Monster beads (what we sold for years) are small and perfect especially for our 5ml nail polish bottles but also for our larger 15mm bottle. Their diameter is approximately 4mm (5/32") and we recommend using two per bottle.

      T-Rex beads are slightly bigger than our Monster beads. Their diameter is approximately 4.8mm (3/16").

      Dragon beads are the smaller alternative for the Zilla beads. If you think Zilla beads are too big for your bottles, Dragon beads are the good alternative. Their diameter is approximately 5.6mm (7/32").

      The ORIGINAL Zilla beads (what we sold for years) are the largest. These hefty (and heavy!) beads are big enough to go "one to a bottle". They fit in all of our bottles. Their diameter is approximately 6mm (1/4").

    •  Note: we only sell 100% stainless steel beads. The beads do not contain zinc, which can discolor in nail lacquers.



    Pin It
    Mixing Beads has a rating of 4.7 stars based on 6 reviews.

    Related Items

    1 floz Cylinder Bottles with Spout Caps
    Free Gift
    1 floz Cylinder Bottles with Spout Caps $ 4.25
    Quick Shop
    10 Lipstick Bases Sampler Pack - TKB Trading LLC
    Free Gift
    10 Lipstick Bases Sampler Pack $ 12.00 $ 9.00
    Sale
    Quick Shop
    10.5ml Barbie Evelyn Bottle - TKB Trading LLC
    Free Gift
    10.5ml Barbie Evelyn Bottle from $ 2.25
    Quick Shop
    10.5ml Duchess Evelyn Bottle - TKB Trading LLC
    Free Gift
    10.5ml Duchess Evelyn Bottle from $ 2.25
    Quick Shop

    Questions & Answers

    Have a Question?

    Be the first to ask a question about this.

    Ask a Question
    Back to the top