*This item was sent to me to review but as always will contain my full and honest opinion. :)
Allo polish Pals!
Hope you've had a lovely week – yay for the weekend! I'm still all upside down and feeling a little home sick but I guess there's nothing better then to keep busy. I've really been quite weird on the nail front too, I'm so unsure of everything I create. But at least I have some more water decals to show you. These are a full sheet of water decals from the one and only Born Pretty Store. The ones I selected, are really quite interesting!
|Perfect gradient for those with longer nails.|
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I've explained quite a few times now how to apply water decals so I am going to assume we all know the technique? If not, let me know and I'll explain it further ~ No trouble, my friends!
The water decals I chose have a really interesting pattern, quite unlike anything I had seen before in terms of water decals. It looks to me like glittering sand, large pieces of shiny glass and glass hearts laying on the sand. Several of the decals even have a sand to blue gradient going on which is really pretty – I'm not displaying this since I did the dreadful task of having to go short on my nails.
I'm going to say... These are not my most favorite ever decals from The Born Pretty Store. I mean, they are totally gorgeous in the packet but I feel like they just don't 'make sense' on my nails. This is of course just my opinion and if you really like those artistic looking decals you will enjoy wearing this! With the appearance taken into consideration I have nothing really bad to say about these decals because just like the other decals from the born pretty store they are just a breeze to apply. I would say I find them easier to apply onto long nails – maybe that's just me. I did say I've been a bit backwards!
What do you think of these beachy/sand water decals? Have you tried decals from The Born Pretty Store?
Have a great day,