Beauty Beads Caramel, Rainbow Under the Rain and Leo the Serpent Review

Today Beadsaholic brings a review of Beauty Beads Caramel, Rainbow Under the Rain and Leo the Serpent!

If you haven’t checked out Beauty Beads yet, then you are truly missing out. This line of beads has some of the most refreshing unique glass, silver and amber beads available. I love the rich colors of the glass beads as you can see in this article.

Beauty Beads Leo the Serpent is a beautiful serpent that wraps around your bracelet. This bead is a nice size weighing 14.4 grams of sterling silver and measuring approximately 17.96 mm high x 18.62 mm wide. Leo the Serpent retails for $86.13 / €73.81 / £65.23 including vat.

I have included photos of Leo the Serpent at different angles to show off the details.

Beauty Beads Caramel is a stunning copper colored glass that simply glows in beauty. This is a standard size glass averaging 14 mm high x 8 mm wide and retails for $36.02 / €30.87 / £27.28 including vat. Caramel is currently on sale for 25% off regular retail!

Beauty Beads Rainbow Under the Rain is one of the most beautiful beads from this brand! This bead has a rainbow of dichoric glass encased in a clear glass that is frosted with a rainbow of color and oval clear spots to show the dichroic glass, each bead has turquoise buds and black accents. Rainbow Under the Rain comes in two sizes standard and large. The two beads below are a standard size averaging around 14 mm high x 8 mm wide and retails for $47.76 / €40.93 / £36.17 including vat.

Beauty Beads Rainbow Under the Rain – Large retail for $51.68 / €44.29 / £39.14 including vat.

This was the perfect composition for a day out with my family. We visited a local Mexican restaurant where we ate out on the patio. Surrounding the patio were beautiful rich colored furniture, plants and a cute little garden with a statue. I thought this was the perfect place to take some photos of this beautiful bangle, so while the kids played a bean bag game I took a few minutes to capture the beauty in these beads.

My favorites salsa, chips and beads!

Switched up the beads. I love how the copper colored glass brings out the bits of yellow and coppery orange in the Rainbow Under the Rain beads.

Wrist Shot!

Over all, I’m really impressed with the quality and beauty of these beads and enjoy wearing them.

If you would like to browse the Beauty Beads line, then you may do so by clicking the banner link below. Perlen offers vat free shopping for those of us outside of Europe and free shipping world-wide.

As always, I love hearing from you all and would love to know your thoughts on Beauty Beads? Do you own any of these great beads? I’d love to know which your favorites are! So, leave me a comment below.






7 responses to “Beauty Beads Caramel, Rainbow Under the Rain and Leo the Serpent Review

  1. how much in us dollars for the rainbow, I think that you have 3 prices listed..I am confused, but I do get that way often…tee hee


    • Hi Mary, Yes, I list prices in three currencies. US dollar price has the dollar symbol $, euro price has the euro symbol € and the great British pound has the gbp symbol £ in front of the price. The first price $47.76 with $ is the US price, however this price includes vat, you will need to sign into Perlen’s website to see your price vat free, their link is the banner at the bottom of the article. 💜


      • It’s the European tax that all who live in Europe have to pay. Unlike here in the US, all taxes are added into prices, instead of adding at check out like here in the US. Once you create an account on their website with your address it will automatically remove the tax/vat from the prices.


    • Honestly, I don’t know what those are, unless it’s suppose to be grass. At first I thought this was a parrot, as it reminded me of feathers. Regardless, it is such a pretty bead. Let me know if you figure it out ☺️

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      • hi! So I asked at their website, and they said that the artist has free rein to be imaginative, so the pointy bits are claws, I think they said, and it wasn’t a dragon snake exactly but yes something kind of fey apparently. (I forgot my wordpress login … lolz)

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