Sunday, 22 September 2013

Little Twin Stars Water Decals

Hey guys, I know it's been over a month since my last blog post, I'm a bad blogger! I promise I have a good reason though, I'm currently living in Japan for 6 months doing a student exchange as part of my uni degree. Eeek! So as you can imagine I was a bit preoccupied preparing for my trip and actually moving here. I've been here for nearly 3 weeks now, and to be honest I'm not sure how much time I'll have for blogging, but I'll try and do the occasional post whenever I can.

Today I have a review for you of some water decals sent to me by Born Pretty Store. They have the Little Twin Stars on them and are so adorable!

The instructions on the back are very self-explanatory despite the slightly broken English, and the decals are extremely easy to apply and even those who are beginners shouldn't have any problems with application.

And here is the final result. I layered the decals over China Glaze 'Something Sweet' and my other nails have Sayuri 'Sugar Coated Dreams' layered over Essie 'Bikini So Teeny'.

My Cinderella hand...excuse the nubbin and dry cuticles >.<

These decals are the BLE1788 design and can be found on the website here (they're even on sale at the moment!). Born Pretty Store ship worldwide, and shipping is free. They've also given me a code that will get you guys 10% off all your orders, HAIRG10. So what do you guys think? Have you ever tried water decals? If you haven't do you think you'll give them a go?


  1. Aw, those decals are very cute! I haven't really tried decals before because my nails are never long enough, but I think I might give it a go anyway.

    Also, good luck with your studies in Japan! Where are you living, if I may ask? I went to Japan for two weeks in May and barely scratched the surface, so I'm itching for another trip.


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