May 8, 2014

Fun with Born Pretty Store Decals!


I was hoping to swatch the Zoya Tickled collection today, but I have a massive cold on top of my already bad spring allergies. I honestly can't muster up enough energy to swatch 6 polishes, take 80-something pictures, pictures about 18 pictures, crop at least 18 pictures, and write about 6 polishes. 6 isn't even very many polishes, but I am exhausted and can't put the tissues down for very long either. So today I have two cute little looks with decals from Born Pretty Store.


This is OPI Kiss Me, I'm Brazilian! with these awesome Born Pretty Store bow decals. I love decals from Born Pretty Store for easy nail art looks. They're super easy to use, impossible to mess up, and add a cute touch to a mani. These are water decals, so you just need a little dish of water and a paper towel. After applying your base color, cut out the decal you want to use, remove the plastic cover sheet, and soak it in the water for 20-30 seconds. Slide the decal off the backing and position on your nail. Dab the nail with the paper towel to dry and finish with a layer of top coat. The blue bow above looks a little pixelated in the pictures, it looks more evenly colored in person though.



Here we have China Glaze Mimosas Before Manis with a different set of Born Pretty Store bow decals. I actually wanted the cute kitty decals on that same item page, but I didn't select the right item number, d'oh! If you go to that page, you can see the bows with "lucky" script like I have on here (cute for a night out at the casino, haha!) and also a set with kitties. The kitties are adorable- they're dancing and prancing, and there are fish and paw prints too! I think I need to get those as well. 


These are also water decals and they apply the same as the first set of bow decals. Adorable and easy as pie!


For more great nail art supplies check out the hot specials and new arrivals at Born Pretty Store. Remember to use the code ERJ61 for 10% off your order.

2 comments:

Ananka said...

The bows are perfect with the pink colour and the Lucky bows look really nice on the peachy colour! :-)

Erin Neverenoughnails said...

Thanks Ananka! I rather liked the outcome too!