More and more brands are coming up with nail vinyls in the most awesome designs. While browsing at The Nailista Shop the ‘POW! nail stickers’ caught my eye. I decided to create some ‘Pow! Boom! Wow!’ -or whatever you’d like to call it- nail art with them. Here’s how it turned out:Not perfect but I like how these turned out. I started with painting each nail in two different colors of nail polish and topped it with one coat of a fast drying top coat. When that was completely dry I applied the nail vinyls in such a way that the two base colors met in between the two vinyls. Then I applied black nail polish, removed the vinyls and waited for it to dry. Meanwhile I used a dotting tool to add some dots. Finish with top coat and done!
ANNY: What else (white)
ANNY: Die for high heels (red)
OPI: The IT Color (yellow)
China Glaze: Liquid Leather (black)
What do you think of these?
Remember my black and white mani that I created with nail stickers from Born Pretty Store? No? See it here.
Today I’d like to show you two mani’s, created with floral nail stickers. Again, don’t let the name fool you. These aren’t stickers but water decals. They are very easy to use. Just cut out the design(s) you like and let it soak in a small bowl filled with water. Be careful adding the design to the water because it will sink to the bottom if you’re too excited 😉 After a few seconds you can pick it up with tweezers and gently slide off the decal. Then place it on your nail and let it dry thoroughly before adding top coat. I found that when adding top coat too fast after applying, it will sort of dissolve the design (yes, I’m impatient sometimes). You don’t want that.
Alright, for my first mani I used Be Glamorous by ANNY as my base color (two coats). I absolutely love this color. It’s an unique color to my stash. The nail stickers I used can be found here. After the designs were completely dry I added one coat of Glisten&Glow top coat by HK Girl.
For my next mani I used two coats of Magic Flower (#09) from the Kaleidoscope range by El Corazon. What a fantastic polish! The color is just amazeballs. So bright! And the formula is spot on. It has blue shimmer running throughout which makes it so interesting that I can stare at it all day long. The nail stickers that I used for this mani can be found here. Again, I added one coat of Glisten&Glow top coat by HK Girl for a glossy finish. Love this polish as much as I do? Find it at Hypnotic Polish 😀What do you think of these manicures?
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*nail stickers were kindly provided to me by Born Pretty Store for my unbiased review
If you want an eye catching manicure but don’t have the time to create a free handed nail design you should try the nail stickers by Born Pretty Store. Don’t let the name fool you though because these aren’t actual stickers but water decals! For this mani I created a gradient effect with China Glaze’s Liquid Leather and ANNY’s What else and Velvet chinchilla. I used black and white nail stickers, which you can find here. This is the easiest way to spice up your manicure. The directions on the back of the package explain how to use the stickers:
– Trim, clean and polish the fingernails; paint the background color and dry it out.
– Remove the film of product, cut out the pattern and plunge it into water 10-20 seconds (use warm water in winter).
– Moisten the fingernails; stick the pattern in position.
– Sop up the water with a paper towel and blow dry.
– Apply top coat and blow dry.
I advice to wait a while before applying top coat, otherwise the pattern may crack (see my middle finger nail).
Have you tried water decals yet? If not, you definitely should give them a try. It’s so easy!
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*(some of the) products shown in this post were kindly provided to me by Born Pretty Store for my unbiased review