Monday, 13 March 2017

Charlies Nail Art ~ Treble Clef Decals

This post contains products which were sent to me for review :-)


Today I have an item from Charlies Nail Art to show you: treble clef nail decals! Part of being an ambassador means I get to try out nail products that I haven't tried before, and these kinds of decals are one of them.

The treble clefs are small, wafer-thin plastic motifs which are copper-coloured on one side and black on the other; you can choose which colour you'd like to show on your nails. I used them by first painting my nails - with Barry M Pearl, in this case - then applying the decals with tweezers onto a layer of wet top coat. I used both points of the tweezers to keep the decal pushed down as the polish dried. I then added more top coat to seal them in!

What I've found trying these decals for the first time is that they're fun to use and (at least I think!) they look good on the nail. I especially liked this treble clef design. A disadvantage is that they can be hard to keep flat, and I ended up getting a little polish over the decals as I pushed them down. I would try them again.

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Lisa xx

1 comment:

  1. I find sticker decals (rather than water decals) very tricky to use. I always get polish over them or find they're too 3D on the nail for my taste. I tend to avoid them myself, but agree these are very pretty and I love that Barry M colour so much.
    Vicky x


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