Hello! I have some more full nail wraps from YRNails to show you today. I previously posted some other designs here. Today I've got five new 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 downwards 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.
So, first I've got a lovely lipstick design to show you; Lipstick which is £1.50 for a set. I love the pattern on this, and it'd be nigh on impossible to create this so neatly freehand, so this one is a win for me.
This pattern is Grungy Orange Tree, I really like the colour combination on this one, and again it's something that I could no way freehand so neatly!
This design is Christmas Fairisle Wrapping which I really love! This will be great for Christmas, but I think works at any time of the year anyway, as the pattern isn't too obviously Christmas themed.
This one is Light Pink Army Camouflage. The colours on this are quite light, so it isn't that easy to see the design as my camera has been a bit harsh, but it is a cute colour combination.
This is Grungy Dark Tree, which is a darker coloured version of the orange set I showed you above. I'm not as keen on the colour combination in this one, but it's still a pretty cool pattern.
So what do you think? Which is your favourite? Lipstick are the winners for me in this set! I really like that the patterns are all quite complex so you wouldn't be able to easily create these yourself free hand, so it's a great alternative for some pretty stand-out nails without hours of work.
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 75p a set... Bargain!
*These nail wraps were sent to me for review.