Sunday, May 5, 2013

Born Pretty Store Water Decals

It's time to show you the last prize I won from's twitter giveaway! 4pcs Nail Water Decals Stickers Cute Chinese Style Opera Facebook Cartoon Bowknot Patterns. I chose the food themed one (B0P068-71) because I liked the cute style and colors.

I forgot to take a picture of the sheet before I started cutting it up, sorry!

I started with a 5-color gradient with 2 colors per nail. The colors I used were Daisy (LA Colors), Sunny Side Up (Wet n Wild), Louvre This Pink (FingerPaints), Swizzle Stix (Barielle) and Wild Thing (Pure Ice). I applied the water decals on top. This manicure screams summer to me!

These water decals were so easy to use! You just cut out the part you want to use and place it in water for 10 to 20 seconds. I used a small bowl to do this. After you pick it up out of the water, the decal part slides right off the paper backing and you can position it on your nail. You have ample amount of time to slide the decal around on your nail to get it just right. When you're satisfied with where it is, you use a paper towel to sop up the leftover water. Top coat it and you're done! So simple and easy! I had never used water decals before this and I can say that I would definitely do it again!

You can find these water decals here: 4pcs Nail Water Decals Stickers Cute Chinese Style Opera Facebook Cartoon Bowknot Patterns for $3.99 each. There are 4 different patterns so be sure to specify which one you want. Born Pretty Store has FREE worldwide shipping! Don't forget to use code KARW10 to get 10% off your order!


  1. MyBeautyJunctionMay 5, 2013 at 3:51 PM

    These are so, so pretty, I love that gingerbread house! And the ice cream sundae. Missed your nail art posts, btw. Oh, and I've bought fimo canes for the first time ever, waiting for them to arrive.

  2. Thanks! There was a cute ice cream cone looking thing holding a spoon that I'm sad I didn't get to use. With my little nails, it would have had to be on my thumb but I wanted to use the sundae there too! I've never used fimo canes before. Looking forward to seeing what you do with them!