Skip to main content

Summer Green Peacock Feathers Nail Decals

Wowza! It's super hot today here and I have a bright, summery, easy nail art design to share with you today featuring nail decals from BornPrettyStore. These are simply perfect for more intricate designs on your nails without needing much brush skills.


Here's a picture tutorial for those wanting to try out these gorgeous nail decals:


1. Paint your nails three coats of summery lime green: I'm using Nicole by OPI Make Mine Lime.
2. Remove plastic coating and cut out nail decals set you need. 
3. Further cut individual nail decals
4. Using room temperature water, soak one nail decal piece at a time for about 10-15 seconds
5. Remove from water and use a tweezers to gently remove the decal from the white paper backing
6. Apply immediately to the nail bed over your base coat colour.
7. Use a paper towel to wipe off any excess water
8. Seal in decal with your favourite top coat

These nail decals and more awesome nail art products can be found at BornPrettyStore here. Feel free to use my coupon code: BBEEJ61 for a 10% discount :)



Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo



Popular posts from this blog

Coffee Date Night with Bae

There are some simple pleasures in life that I enjoy. Coffee is one of them and a good lipgloss. Today I can have both of them together while we go for a date with bae! Sacha Cosmetics has blown me away with their new intense lipshine glosses and awesome names. I love when companies try to just be real with their customers even in these small details. 

Hot Milk Sponge Cake with Fresh Fruit & Coconut

In today's yummy post we are doing an easy sponge cake (no creaming of butter and sugar involved). Instead of torting this cake we are using two loaf pans to give us our two layers, which we will pull together with vanilla buttercream. I love the rectangular look of this cake rather than the traditional round or square but more importantly the flavors of the toasted coconut on the sides and fresh fruit on top makes for a mouth watering dessert.

Wilton Royal Icing Recipe & Tip 21

Welcome back everyone! Today I'm sharing my replication of the Wilton method to making Royal Icing and some simple decorations you can make with the Wilton tip 21. This is an open star tip and can be paired with a simple leaf tip like a Wilton 352 to make small drop flowers.