NailArt | Red and Black Lace Nails ft. Bornprettystore

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Red and black lace nails in direct sunlight

 

 

Hi guys! Today I have a super easy lace look using nail stickers sent to me for review from bornprettystore.com. These would make a fab look for Valentine’s Day!

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Zoya Blaze at 2 coats in artificial lighting

I began by laying down a base coat of Zoya Blaze in 2 coats. Blaze is a gorgeous deep mulberry red with a ton of micro holographic glitter running throughout.

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Item #20032 in option 1

Next I got an approximate size of my nails and cut out a portion of the nail stickers (item #20032 in option 1) by placing the sheet over my nails and trimming down with scissors. I then used a pair of tweezers to pry off the sticker before placing it on my nails and smoothing flat with my fingers. It does take a bit of finessing to get the decals to lay out smooth, especially the larger pieces. Once I had everything in place I top coated with Flash Dry topcoat. On m ring nail I did end up doing 3 coats of topcoat to get everything to lay nice and flush. I had absolutely no peeling up and they wore great!

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Mani in direct sunlight
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Ring nail macro in artificial lighting
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Macro in artificial lighting
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Finished mani at an angle in artificial lighting

To complete a full mani like I’ve shown here you will need to pick up 2 sheets of stickers to have enough of the small decals, please use my coupon code JFGK31 for 10% off all no sale purchases from bornprettystore.com!

 

 

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