Hiya guys. I wish I could have shown you all my lunch today, it was absolutely disgusting. It was chicken dumplings that looked like road kill. Needless to say, I'm starving and for a girl who loves food this is like the worst thing imaginable. But hopefully by the time you guys are reading this I'll have a huge burger and fries stuffed in my mouth, haha. Anyway, let's get my mind off this by sharing today's nail art! I'm not quite over Summer yet as Fall hasn't kicked in here in Jersey. So today I have some beautiful sunflower water decals to share from Born Pretty Store. I have done a ton of reviews on their decals in the past so this one is just another beauty on the long list. Check it out:
Born Pretty Store has a great selection of water decals with a lot of different ones to choose from. Flowers, cartoons, etc - there is something for every occasion you can think of. I have reviewed many in the past, which you guys can always check out by using the search feature for the tag 'Born Pretty Store'.
I was debating for the longest time about what base I wanted to use for these decals. Then, a few weeks ago, my best friend answered my silent prayers in the form of nail mail. The polish I used is the fabulous teal thermal called Abbey Road by Polish Addict Nail Color. Amazing combination with these decals.
I didn't experience any issues applying the decals and was able to have a beautiful mani within ten to fifteen minutes. Make sure you allow enough time for the base polish to dry before applying, because these do need to be slid into place. These particular decals don't 'stick' per say onto your nail so you'll have to use a topcoat to secure them. You can find these water decals in the Born Pretty Store Item 6393 - G068 for $1.43.
If you use my code ROHG10 you'll receive 10% off your purchase and as always free shipping. Shipping will take 3-6 weeks, I cannot stress this enough. Personally, I'm completely used to shipping taking at least a month for overseas items because the deals are always worth it. It's just something to keep in mind before ordering.