I have a few products for a new-to-me e-tailer tonight. Sparkly Nails sell a huge range of nail art products, and even better, they're based in the UK! That means no waiting 6 weeks to get your goodies :)
I was sent two products to review. First up, some lovely Christmas water decals.
Now you all know I love a good water decal and these are no exception. There's Christmas trees, baubles, "Merry Christmas"s and some pretty squiggles. There are 20 decals in the pack, and I don't think you'd want to use one on every nail so you'd get a fair few manicures out of this.
I used OPI Flick Chick Cherry and Barry M Gold Glitter. I didn't have any problems with the decals crinkling or the like, although I did find they needed more like 30 seconds soaking than the 15 seconds stated on the instructions. I like that they're so delicate :) That's exactly what you want from decals - something that you can't do freehand!
This pack costs £1.65 and you can see it here.
Next up, Father Christmas fimo!
I've never used fimo before so I don't really have anything to compare these to. You get absolutely loads in the packet - I don't think you'd have to worry about running out of these!
I used OPI Flick Chick Cherry again, with a white nail art pen for the tips. As you can see, the fimo pieces aren't all the same size. Whether that matters or not depends on how you want to use them I suppose (or how OCD you are...it bothered me a little lol). The thickness also varied a little - the one on the right was really thin and I had problems with it curling. They are cute though, they make me laugh. They look like little baby Santas...
These cost £1.20 and you can see them here.
There's still time to order them before Christmas as well! UK Priority or Express will get them here in time if you order by 3pm Friday or Monday respectively.
I've just about finished packing to go home to my parents' for Christmas. Unfortunately, there is no way my laptop's fitting in my bag, so I'm afraid I won't be blogging over Christmas. I shall be back on 6th January. So, I hope you all have a very merry Christmas and a fabulous new year!