I hope you are all having a great week, mine is going good and fast, so I couldn't ask for more!!!
Today I have a long overdue review on some water decals I received from KKcenterHK.
Let's get started shall we? hahahha I thought I would sound cool saying that :-P Anyways, this product is new to me, I know there are many of them out there but this is the first time I actually try it.
The decals I used are X&D-16#, these retail for $4.74USD + shipping
I forgot to take a picture of the back with the instrcutions but this is what you need:
The application was horrible, keep in mind I was new to this, so I am not sure if it was me or the product, but I followed the instructions on the back of the package, the decals were not sticking to my nails I tried leaving them in the water longer to see if that would help and maybe by the 4th nail it got a little bettter. After I was done I applied a top coat and it was good to go.
I know that everybody's nail beds are different but most of these didn't fit my nails I had to trim them to fit, which was not difficult to do but it may be a hastle for some, since really these are supposed to be simple and time saving right????
I only had these for a couple of days because I didn't like how they looked on me, I didn't like the pattern, which I picked myself, but felt it looked horrible on me :( But if you are into water decals KKcenterHK a wide WIDE selection of patterns so it is kind of hard to pick one.
Overall thoughts: I am not too thrilled with these decals, mainly because of the application issues, I am guessing there must be some technique to it and maybe it takes practice, but for me it didn't work so well. But like I said before if you are into this type of product and you know what you are doing then you might want to check KKcenterHK out because they do have a huge selection of decals. One thing I did like was their customer service, they are very nice and respond quickly.
Oh one more thing, they do not offer Free shipping :( which would be nice!
I also noticed they now have a wide selection of Nail Polish too.
Well that is it for today, enjoy your day!
Til next time...
**this was provided for review, see disclosure statement**
I love the design of this one!!! Too bad about the application though. I want my things to be easy, lol.ReplyDelete
yeah, it seemed like a lot of work almost more than painting my nails :-PDelete
wow these look awesome! i like to use the nail strips, they go on super easy.ReplyDelete
yeah i think nail strips would be easier, I haven't tried those yetDelete
The thing I noticed most about this blog post wass the cute turtle bowl! :) I like the idea of water decals as a mani/decoration but it seems like a lot of work.ReplyDelete
LOL it is super cute heh..Delete
It looks so beautiful!ReplyDelete
I've never tried strips or water decals, but I don't think I have the necessary patience.ReplyDelete
Right, it was more work than a regular mani thats for sure!Delete
Ooh never tried water decals, I kinda like the design! :)ReplyDelete
They look okay but it sounds like a lot of trouble! I'd rather just paint my nails, lol.ReplyDelete
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Wow, I like it, so amazing, kiss, kiss, RAReplyDelete
I got no desire to try water decals. It sounds difficult! I actually like the pattern just not the colors. Gotta love the kiddie bowl in your set up!ReplyDelete
I prefer the ones that are more like stickers than water decals, but the pattern on these is pretty! =)ReplyDelete
I've never tried these. I think I will stick with my Sally Hansen Salon Effects! The pattern is pretty too though and it doesn't look bad on you!ReplyDelete
Nice review :) I was wanting to try water decals but have been unsure to try them...They turned out pretty good on you though!ReplyDelete