EASY NAIL ART
Please excuse the mess around the nails. Didn’t have time to clean it up before it turned dark. Sometimes painting the nail with intricate details can be a pain especially when you don’t have the patience. Inkwear has come up with what they call Nail Tattoos. This is the easiest way to cheat nail art as it all requires is a pair of scissors and water. The application is the same as those temporary tattoos. Cut them carefully, peel the transparent film, place it onto the area then add water whilst pressing them down. Then the paper will be able to slide off easily after 10 seconds. Easy as 1, 2, 3.
I don’t recommend cutting them out precisely especially if they have intricate details. If they just have straight lines like the triangles, you can cut them along the edges without having any white space. Even if there is white space left and you applied it onto the nail, it will become transparent and you won’t be able to notice the edges if when you apply a top coat. I recommend applying them once your nail has fully dried otherwise you can smudge the polish if you misplace these.
These are so flexible as to where you place them. You are not restricted to placing them on the nails only as I have demonstrated above by placing one on my little finger. My sister saw these and joined in, having fun being innovative and silly with them. We both had a laugh.
Unfortunately they didn’t last even a day on the skin. They lasted well after doing everyday chores then had peeled off a few hours later. This is great for a night out and they didn’t leave any residue or bits after it peeled off. Nails wise, the time is longer especially if a top coat was added. On average, 3 days. I would definitely keep using them and to experiment with them more!
They also sell temporary tattoos. They also offer you to create your own designs, anything you want. I recommend them for everyone whether you’re lazy, want a girls night in or want a certain design printed.
What do you think of these?