We start the week with a review of nail art foils that I recieved from Born Pretty Store.
|Nail foils from Born Pretty Store|
You can find them in the link bellow ->
I used the silver one for making this design.
I used special transfer foil glue, but it`s the same if you place the foil on fresh, not completely dried polish.
Here is what small part of it I used for making theese flowers:
Applied the glue as flower`s petals and when it became transparent I placed the foil over it and gently pressed with an orange stick.
Then just outlined the petals of the flowers with black acrylic paint.
And that`s it!
When I first tried nail art foil maybe a year ago I was very dissapointed that applying top coat ruined the rainbow effect of the foil. So now I hoped it will be different. But, no. Again the top coat ruined all the beauty of the foil :(
Here it is- the left finger is without top coat and the right one is with Seche Vite top coat ->
You can see the difference.
I don`t know if there is some kind of top coat that won`t spoil everything?!
I tried different top coats and everytime was the same.
If you can help me with advise I`ll be more than happy.
Anyway, the foil can be found at Born Pretty Store in 24 different colours to choose from and for the price of $2,99 and free delivery worldwide! They come with a plastic box so the foil won`t be crushed. Every box contains 113cm in length and 2,5cm width sheet of nail art foil.
There are lots of nail arts you can do with it- just use your imagination.
*Products were provided for review*