X Pattern Stencils
X Pattern Stencils
X Pattern Stencils
X Pattern Stencils
X Pattern Stencils
X Pattern Stencils
X Pattern Stencils
X Pattern Stencils
X Pattern Stencils
X Pattern Stencils
X Pattern Stencils
X Pattern Stencils

X Pattern Stencils

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This sheet contains 16 stencils.
All nail vinyls are handmade by the Twinkled T sisters in Los Angeles, CA. We design, print, and cut all our Twinkled T nail vinyls!

Directions

1. 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.


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Customer Reviews

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Robyn L.
with practice they are beautiful

ok so the first nail i really messed up i wasn't working quickly enough and my polish dried on the stencil but once i picked up my pace they looked great!

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R.L.
with practice they are beautiful

ok so the first nail i really messed up i wasn't working quickly enough and my polish dried on the stencil but once i picked up my pace they looked great!

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Megan Trach
Maybe I'm just bad at it??

I've LOVED everything else from here but man, these specific vinyls were so hard to use, to the point of frustration. The little tiny sticker parts kept sticking together and I had to pull everything apart by hand and it took so long that I just ended up giving up.

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Meghan Feldman
When I used the nail

When I used the nail vinyl, though I followed the instructions, waited between 30-45 minutes for the base coat to dry before placing them on, and waited another half hour before removing the vinyl the adhesive was too strong and took of a large amount of the nail polish off and unfortunately ruined the design. I think the only way for this product to work is if you wait multiple hours for every coat of nail polish to dry.

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Feldman
When I used the nail

When I used the nail vinyl, though I followed the instructions, waited between 30-45 minutes for the base coat to dry before placing them on, and waited another half hour before removing the vinyl the adhesive was too strong and took of a large amount of the nail polish off and unfortunately ruined the design. I think the only way for this product to work is if you wait multiple hours for every coat of nail polish to dry.