2. Once thoroughly dried, paint a coat of clear, fast-drying topcoat onto your nails.
3. Once thoroughly dried, use tweezers to lift nail vinyl off its sheet and place onto your nail.
4. Apply your second choice of polish over the nail vinyl.
5. While the nail polish is still wet, remove your nail vinyl from your nail.
6. Add a topcoat and show off your gorgeous new manicure!
- Tips and tricks for using nail vinyls can be found here.
- Use tweezers to lift your vinyls. The oils of hands will remove the sticky residue from the vinyl.
- Remove the nail vinyl while the polish is still wet. Once the polish begins to dry, it will create a stringy and clumpy effect of polish when removing the vinyl.
I felt like for the number of vinyls this was really over priced. I also could not for the life of me get them to stick all over my nail all at once and got really bad bleeding at the tips. $5 for just one sheet when I had to redo so many was really a disappointment. I feel like you should at least get 2 manicures worth out of $5.
I ended up cutting my stencils in half because the stencils are much bigger than my nails. The stencils stick pretty well, just wish the stencil would give me sharper lines. Overall really good design and stencil.