Thursday, October 18, 2012

HaPPy HaLLoween Nails + How To Use DIY Water Decals

I have changed my nails today because I have a lot of free time recently. Haven't got new printouts for hair lessons yet so I enjoy doing my manicures LOL~ For today I have another Halloween themed nail design by using water decals. I used neon orange and bright yellow polish with silver glitters on top, swirl water decals and Happy Halloween pattern of course.
5 x 6 cm water decal sheet. This size isn't enough to create full mani on all of my nails but it's because they are quite long right now. If short nails it will be enough amount; even with some extra product. Or being a creative person U can cut some french tips or stripes or whatnot and use them on nails that way.This particular design I suggest to apply on white base color to make the pattern looks brighter. Quality of the decails is very good, not fragile at all and applies nicely on the nails. Also because of the busy Halloween pattern it's very forgiving, if there is any mistakes or wrinkles it's not significant. So, I give this product 2 thumbs up!
Step-by-step tutorial on how to use DIY water decals:
Step 1: Prepare water decal sheet and peel off protecting clear plastic layer.
Step 2: On the back of the water decal sheet draw some forms suitable for the nails.
Step 3: Cut by pattern.
Step 4: Put the decal in room temperature water and wait for about 1-2 min.
Step 5: Gentely separate the main design from white paper.
Step 6: Place on the nail and smooth it out. Wipe off all water excess with paper tissue.
Step 7: Apply top coat and enjoy ur mani :)
Quick Tip:
~ Before start working and preparing water decals it's better to get ready base color polish on the nails. White creme polish works great as main base color of most of the times.
~ This is also a tutorial for how-to use reqular water decals (single designs, full patterns) starting from Step 4.
Water decals were sent from KKCenterHK.

4 comments:

  1. Very cool nail art. I thought the swirl decal was water marble :)

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    1. ThanQ very much Dulce :) Yes, it's possible to make a swirly water marble but I can't do it LOL~

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  2. what website do you get the water decals from?

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    1. It's www.kkcenterhk.com
      There is so many different decals to choose from :)

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