Hello Everyone. Today I'm back to talk about another pack of water decals that I got from Born Pretty Store. They were nice to send me4 packs of water decal to try out. The first one I try out was the Rainbow Flower Pattern in XF1401 which you will see down below. These water decal are super easy to use. This time around I used some tweezers to get the water decal out of the water. Which made getting them out of the water super easy.
I was able to use one whole stripe to do both my thumb and ring finger on both hand. Which is super nice. This way I still have the rest of the pack to use. For nail polish this time I went with a gel polish from Sally Hansen. The polished I use was the Sally Hansen Salon Gel Polish in Back to the Fuchsia. I have to tell you all this is one of my favorite gel polish to use. When you are using any kind of decal with gel polish. You need to use rubbing alcohol after you cured you nail to remove the stickiness. Then place the decal on you nails. After you have the decal on your nail. Use a paper towel to get the left over water off. Then top it off with top coat.
Left~October 7, 2014, Revlon scented Parfume in 360 Bubble Gum. Under the Decals I used O.P.I. A-Ha Moment, Ring and middle finger have the Rainbow Flower Pattern in XF1401 on them. ( The decal lasted 8 days on my nails. That with doing all my housework and other things) see review on these HERE
Middle~October 16, 2014, Broadway impress in tweet heart
Right~October 17, 2014 O.P.I. Elephantastic PinkRibbon color is Kiss Nail Art Paint in White
This month I try out the Born Pretty Storewater deal. Which I really like using them and I see myself using them in future manicure. I plan on ordering some Christmas decal. Since Christmas is my favorite holiday. Also this month I gave the Impress nails a try too. Sadly they only last a day before I took them off.
Today Breast Cancer Item is Health Perch. Information down below is from there site.
1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime
This statistic is what makes breast cancer awareness month so important. Through early detection, chances of survival are greatly increased. Mortality rates from breast cancer have been declining since 1989, especially in women under 50. This is largely thanks to growing awareness of the importance of early detection.
Despite the leaps being made, breast cancer still accounts for more deaths than any other cancer, besides lung cancer. Talk with the women in your life about the importance of getting screened for breast cancer this October