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Reviews for Nail Art UK

Hi Guys,

I am sorry I have been MIA for the past week! When I was away camping I started reading some books and now I am obsessed and haven’t done anything else but read them. If anyone that is remotely interested it is the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris – which I have now just found it is what True Blood is based on!! So after I finish the books there is 13 bookings and I am currently on 10 and around half way through it. I think almost 10 books in 4 weeks-ish is pretty impressive especially as I have been to work alot of that time too but without sounding too ‘sad’ I just can’t help it and really struggle to put it down on a nighttime when I need to sleep! :’) I am pretty sure when I finish them which hopefully will be in a few days, I will end up binge watching True Blood so I will end up losing more sleep until it’s over – I think I won’t read for a little while after that.

Anyways back to the review. Today I have two items to talk about as I didn’t do a blog post about one of them when I posted on Instagram as I was too busy reading and one that will be going up on my Instagram over the next few days.

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As the title suggests the two items for review are from NailArtUK.

The first item I am going to talk about can be found here on their website. They are 99p for 24 stickers! The sheet comes with different sizes as well as different colours, the sheet contains purple, pink and yellowly/green flowers, individual and group flowers. I think most of the stickers and decals are 99p on there website which so cheap and actually cheaper then most on Born Pretty Store, the quality is so good as well and they are so flexible and strong but are also ‘thin’ and don’t stick out from your nail. The postage only takes days with the company being from the UK which is always a bonus, I don’t mind waiting for nail mail but I can become inpatient as I am just so excited!

To use the stickers you;
Step 1: Paint your nails any colour you like – I would pick a colour that will stand out to the colour of the sticker. This time I did two nails in a stripey design and used a purple holo to match the stickers.
Step 2: Wait for the nail varnish to dry and simply pick the sticker of the backing sheet with tweezers and place onto your nail (my word of warning is once you have stuck it on a little bit it can’t be pulled off cleaning it will remove some polish too so make sure you place it exactly where you want it.)
Step 3: Top coat your nail and voila! Nice and super easy nail art!

The second item I am going to talk about can be found here on their website. They are 99p for 36 stickers!! Which is so cheap for the quality that they are and as they are in the UK the postage really only takes a day or two depending whether it is first or second class. As always the sheet comes with different sizes so they are perfect to share if you want to use on other people as well as fit yourself. These are adhesive stickers rather than decals, stickers are super super easy to use and no need for a little pot of water on your desk (which I always knock over!!)

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To use the stickers you;
Step 1: Paint your nails any colour you like – I would pick a colour that will stand out to the colour of the sticker.
Step 2: Wait for the nail varnish to dry and simply pick the sticker of the backing sheet with tweezers and place onto your nail (my word of warning is once you have stuck it on a little bit it can’t be pulled off cleaning it will remove some polish too so make sure you place it exactly where you want it.)
Step 3: Top coat your nail and voila!

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If you want to read my previous of some bird and flower decals check out my Nail Art UK post.

Thank you for reading,

Katie, xox.

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