Art At Your Fingertips - Sparkly-Nails Review*



Hello Lovelies! Hope your all doing well this week; Today I'm bringing to you another Review from the fabulous Sparkly-Nails who kindly sent me these metallic sticker nail art sheets!

The sheets come within a sealed packet and instructions are upon the back to guide you step by step on the correct way of applying the sticker art. If your like me, still practising nail art but usually stuck for designs or the time to fully concentrate, I found these to be a quick and simple way to have your nails looking professionally done in seconds!


I loved that there were a variety of styles and looks that you could create, and I had two occasions in mind which inspired me for the overall nail look. With both weddings and prom very popular within this time of year, I wanted to give my own take on how I could create a quick and easy look. 

The nail-art stickers which I received were - 

I found that the stickers were detailed and textured yet also delicate so I had to take care using tweezers when handling them. The silver vine stickers were in lines and all connected, so with this in mind I created a French manicure and left it to dry; Then when they were I gently pulled away the clear covering and measured against the nail how much of the sticker I would need to use. Using nail scissors I cut the sticker where needed and lightly picked the edge with tweezers to gradually remove the sticker from the packet, I admit I did find it slightly fiddly because it was so fine but I was proud of my results!


I chose this design to be the wedding theme, mainly because I find it very classic and along with a French manicure it completely sets it off. The nail art I would recommend to be placed either on the full set or just the ring fingers, adorable for the bride!

The gold sunflower designs were such a wonderful idea to turn a bold shade into an eye catching floral style. I chose my Essie nail varnish in the shade, Leading Lady and applied two coats for the background. The sunflowers art can be added in one set, twos or threes, I decided to use the threes and apply to the tip of the dry nail lightly pressing it down with the tip of the tweezers before sealing with a topcoat. 


Overall I found these stickers very fun and easy to use! And I look forward to trying different varnishes and art with them. 
Which design do you like the most, wedding vine or prom sunflowers?
Let me know in the comments!


  

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Monday, 10 June 2013

Art At Your Fingertips - Sparkly-Nails Review*



Hello Lovelies! Hope your all doing well this week; Today I'm bringing to you another Review from the fabulous Sparkly-Nails who kindly sent me these metallic sticker nail art sheets!

The sheets come within a sealed packet and instructions are upon the back to guide you step by step on the correct way of applying the sticker art. If your like me, still practising nail art but usually stuck for designs or the time to fully concentrate, I found these to be a quick and simple way to have your nails looking professionally done in seconds!


I loved that there were a variety of styles and looks that you could create, and I had two occasions in mind which inspired me for the overall nail look. With both weddings and prom very popular within this time of year, I wanted to give my own take on how I could create a quick and easy look. 

The nail-art stickers which I received were - 

I found that the stickers were detailed and textured yet also delicate so I had to take care using tweezers when handling them. The silver vine stickers were in lines and all connected, so with this in mind I created a French manicure and left it to dry; Then when they were I gently pulled away the clear covering and measured against the nail how much of the sticker I would need to use. Using nail scissors I cut the sticker where needed and lightly picked the edge with tweezers to gradually remove the sticker from the packet, I admit I did find it slightly fiddly because it was so fine but I was proud of my results!


I chose this design to be the wedding theme, mainly because I find it very classic and along with a French manicure it completely sets it off. The nail art I would recommend to be placed either on the full set or just the ring fingers, adorable for the bride!

The gold sunflower designs were such a wonderful idea to turn a bold shade into an eye catching floral style. I chose my Essie nail varnish in the shade, Leading Lady and applied two coats for the background. The sunflowers art can be added in one set, twos or threes, I decided to use the threes and apply to the tip of the dry nail lightly pressing it down with the tip of the tweezers before sealing with a topcoat. 


Overall I found these stickers very fun and easy to use! And I look forward to trying different varnishes and art with them. 
Which design do you like the most, wedding vine or prom sunflowers?
Let me know in the comments!


  
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