Thursday, May 16, 2013

Sephora Nail Patch Art "Chinese Blossom"

I did a review of the Sephora Nail Patch art a year ago which can be found here. I want to share with you a new design I got from Sephora called "chinese blossom."






I used:

1. Sally Hansen "hard as nails" nail hardener as a base
2. Sephora nail patch art
3. Nail file
4. Essence gel-look top coat


1. I applied the base & let it dry for a few minutes.
2. Fit the nail patch to your nails and tear the white part, then apply. (instruction sheet included in the nail patch art)
3. As I said on my past review, instead of tearing the patch, I filed the excess to give a cleaner look.
4. Apply top coat.


On my past review I didn't write anything bad about this product, but now I'm going to share with you a slight con of the nail patch.


See the gap? The nail patches were a little narrow for my nails. I suggest applying a nail polish of the same color as the nail patch before applying the actual nail patch, or like what I did here, I applied a black polish on the gap using a nail art pen after applying the patch.



Overall I'm still satisfied witch this patch and it still took a long time  before I experienced any chipping. In case you were wondering how I get them off, just like glitter polishes, soak a cotton ball into nail polish remover, put it on your nail, and wrap it with foil. Wait a few minutes and wipe off. :)

3 comments:

  1. I just got the Chinese Blossom nail stickers for my birthday!! I can't wait to use them. Ugh and thank you for posting that tip about filling in the gap with nail polish...I don't know why I never thought of that before with other nail art stickers.

    So glad I found your blog -- just followed you!

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