This sheet contains 24 vinyls and 24 stencils.
All nail vinyls are handmade by the Twinkled T sisters in Los Angeles, CA.
Directions1. Begin by painting your choice of base polish onto your nails.
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- Your nail vinyl order will include a special Twinkled T packaging to take your nail vinyls on the go!
- 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 did all of the instructions, and used a top coat. I made sure all the nail polish dried before I put the vinyl on. I painted over the vinyl, and took it off before it dried, but completely took off the layer underneath. Any tips on the people who did get this to work?
These nail vinyls are amazing. I absolutely love them. I keep coming back to order. Fast shipping to Australia. I would highly recommend this site & the staff are amazing. Always returning emails & great communication. Love everything about Twinkled T
feels heavy duty
also super pretty
i have no idea what to use this for, but it's so pretty. exited to experiment with it
Very opaque, easy application!
The ONLY gold stamping polish I will ever use. Great coverage and sparkle!
Do these have lids & are they stackable? Also, can these be ordered without the items in them? I have a ton of beads to put in several of these & would like to use them for that. Are they suitable for that use?
Thank you, Janis Hall
Re: Copycat Rhinestone Wheel-Twinkled T
i was looking for an alternative to holo taco's black polish because including shipping, they're way too pricey. twinkled t's vibin' is exactly what i was in search of! one coat is all it takes and there's no streakiness whatsoever. i saw a couple of reviews say that it has a texture when it dries, but i did not experience that issue at all. it was smooth and perfect! super fair price for the great quality. highly recommend!
Spill The Tea
Had these on for my birthday! They looked amazing!! Also, I’m a preschool teacher so I can confirm that these are SUPER strong and they lasted more than 3 weeks! They endured through all the handwashing and all the daily tasks and chores!
Very eye-catching, pigmented and applies easily. Once you get it. I like it using it as an accent or under nail vinyls. Or both. Yay gold!
(The Ring Master is under the black on my ring finger, great pic, Ik)
I used TT’s black gel polish and a silicon tool. I would not suggest using this over anything sticky, I ended up just rubbing it off. You could probably make it work but I’m bad at nail art.
Packaging for everything was nice, very holo lol. But I prefer things I can recycle and I’m not really sure about the pots and plastic.
Czech Glass 4 Nail File Bundle
I absolutely loved all the products I received! They came quickly and were very reasonably priced. You have a customer for life.
A very nicely cut, fine powder. Because of that, when I immediately dropped it and it went everywhere, I couldn’t get it out of the wood grain. Makes a nice floor decoration though—very sparkly. Too bad it never got to my nails.
Easy to use and the clients LOVE it!
It was so easy to use and it's very pretty!
I have tried the My Only Vice and the Cher Flare press ons, but these were the first that I shaped and filed to my desire and holy crumbs. I honestly never want to take these off. It's been two weeks as I'm posting this and I really hope they don't come off, but I'm already lining up for my next pair soon.
For some background, my natural nails are recovering from a bad salon incident where they were horribly overfiled. The nail beds are also wide as I have large hands. I do pick at my nails and do a lot of stimming with my hands, I'm always working with my hands, I'm typing on the keyboard constantly (I'm a writer), I do a lot of chores around the house and I do cross stitch as well. I had these on for a trip to see my fam and they were perfect the entire way through.
I did want to say that my left thumb has an odd nail bed that's wide in a way that is right in between the two biggest press ons provided. So it's in a weird spot but I went with the smaller one and I was still very happy with how it looked. Otherwise my nails have nothing else that stands out about them other than being thin from overfiling.
I need to say that these did not feel like I was wearing fake anything. They felt like my regular nails and nothing felt out of the ordinary. They just look so much better on me than my natural nails, and with these on, I don't pick at the skin around my nails as much and they've been healing really beautifully. My nails look really good and I'm just really so happy that I found the shape and size that work for me so well.
I love this color, too. It's just neutral enough that it doesn't clash with anything i wear, and it looks so dang classy.
I really cannot say enough good things about these nails. I love them. I'm super tempted to just buy up a bunch more packs for when the mood strikes.
Thank you so much, ladies!