Recently I've really gotten into different forms of nail art because my work don't let us have any coloured or structured nail polish since it'll most likely damaged the products that we sell! And as a rule of life - when you can't have something you'll want it more!
After seeing my friend's (Becky-chan) photo of her absolutely adorable nail pictures on Instagram I absolutely love them and wanted to blog about them ASAP! :3
HERE ARE THE 3D NAIL DESIGNS:
|Simple plain blue checkers with 3D ribbons and bling attached!|
|THESE ARE MY FAVOURTIE!! Rilakkuma 3D NAILS! <3|
These nails are so damn cute!! I absolutely love them to bits and pieces!
|Alpaca nails - with a floral background so cute!|
|Simple black and red bling and ribbon 3D nails :)|
|Christmas special nails with bears :) SO CUTE! the pink ribbons remind of something else though... hahah :P|
|Another Christmas special BEAR SANTA :)|
|Rilakkuma Summer special <3 CUTENESS!!|
- 3D customised designer Japanese nails
- Stones and designs all set on fake nails
- 100% hand made in Japan
- bought from: Ohimenailstyle on Etsy
How to Use 3D fake nails:
There's a few ways to attach fake nails - glue or tape! So the tap is more recommended because it's a double sided tap and once on it's much easier to remove compared to the glue! It sticks really well and doesn't damage the nail beds as much. They need to be cut and customised to suit each nail shape (even though they come in different sizes already) but that's not too difficult and once you get the hang of it shouldn't be a challenge!
Here's how they look once on:
They look soo adorable on the fingers! I absolutely LOVE LOVE ♥ them so I shall be purchasing some myself!
How pretty are the available designs! They're sooo nice!!
And finally I wrote a table of Pros and Cons for these Japanese 3D nails for anyone interesting in purchasing them!
Anyway I definitely would recommend checking out her page!! And once I receive mine I shall definitely write a more detailed post about how to put them on how to remove them & a review of the quality! :)
P.s Thank you Becky for helping with taking photos :3