YRNails.com Full nail wraps review pt.2

Saturday, 13 April 2013

A couple of days ago I showed you the first part of my review of the full nail wraps from YRNails.com.  Today I've got another three designs to show you.
These are really easy to apply, especially if you are used to using water decals, however there is a slight difference, in that you need to soak them in warmish water, and rather than gently rub the design off the backing paper, you need to place it on a dry kitchen towel, dab it dry, and then it slides off a lot easier.  If you just try and rub off between your fingers (as I usually do with decals) it can smudge the design.  There is a video explaining how to use these here.  Once you have applied them to your nails, let them dry on, and then file any overhang off the tips of your nails, apply basecoat, and you are good to go!

These wraps are lovely, and apologies in advance for my camera picking up every slight imperfection *mad face*, however rest assured that this is not noticeable to the eye in real life.

First I have for you Colourful Sand Blast.  I love these pastel colours, they look so pretty!

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This is Deep Sea Stars, I love the blue shade, and I think this design is really subtle and pretty.
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This is Colourful Night Sky, which is a black wrap with loads of different coloured little stars on it.  Cute!

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Check out all the lovely goodies YRNails have to offer here.  If you are looking for full nail wraps, there is a massive selection to choose from here.  YRNails offer free worldwide shipping on orders over £10 too, and their full nail wraps start from £1.50 a set... Bargain!


*These nail wraps were sent to me for review.

8 comments:

  1. These are applied so smoothly! Mine just don't seem to want to lay flat.

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    1. There is a knack I think, I completely screwed up my first couple of goes. I've found that pressing them quite firmly to the nail and keep smoothing down firmly the side of my nails until they've stuck seems to work the best.

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  2. I tried these out the other day and had a major disaticure =( I'm very impressed with how well yours have applied!

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    1. Definitely trial and error, as I said above, my first couple of goes weren't that successful!

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