Monday, October 20, 2014

Manicure Monday: Born Pretty French Manicure Wave Edge Tip

Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post is given to me. I am not affiliated with the company nor getting paid to advertise the product. This post is written with my honest opinion.

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Here's another review from Born Pretty Store.

I received some nail art products. I already reviewed the DIY Nail Art Stencil on the far left and the Holographic Nail Polish in the middle. For this post, I will focus on the French nail tip on the far right.
Product Review: Born Pretty Creative French Manicure Wave Edge Tip Guides Nail Art

Where to purchase: online at bornprettystore.com
Price: $1.58 for 1 sheet

Description from the website:
Specification:
100% brand new
Material: paper
Color: White
Quantity: 1 Sheet

Package Contents:
1 Sheet Nail Tips

How to use:
Apply glue on tip where it will make contact with natural nail
Apply thin layer of glue on natural nail
Hold the handle of the tip, press and hold the tips on the nail for 5 seconds
Cut off the handle and file lightly
Thoughts: When I Googled nail arts, I came upon many wavy nail arts. I thought it was so cool and how creative people are. Given the chance to review products from Born Pretty, I realized they used French tips. Since I loved the wavy look, I wanted to try it myself.
Here's a closer look at the sheet.

Now for the tutorial...
I applied Orly Calcium Shield Basecoat on all my nails. Then 2 coats of Zoya in Dream on all my nails except the middle and ring finger. The middle and ring finger I applied OPI Liquid Sands in You're So Flippy Floppy in the center, Formula X For Sephora in Atom + Eve on the left side, and Zoya in Dream on the right. Let I let them dried.
I grabbed one French tip and stuck it on the back of my hand. I wanted it to be less sticky so it'll be easier to peel of on the nails.
After I applied all the French tips on the desired spots, I applied Milani in Black Magic. I actually dried it overnight.
In the morning, I peeled the strips off and topped all my nails with Butter London Hardwear P.D. Quick Topcoat.

Now for my overall opinion... First of all, I love that the French tips come in a variety of shapes (straight, wavy, curve). It's be fun to come up with different designs. People can just get creative as much as they want. Secondly, I found the French tip really easy to use. It went on smoothly and came off easily. With that said, the only thing I wished is that the waves came in different sizes. Since it's only one size, doing more than one on my short nails came out bad. You can look at the top and bottom of my nails. The wave in the middle was perfect. If you have short nails, I only recommend one strip. If you have long nails, you can do more than one. Other than that, this was fun. Lastly, it lasted until the tip started chipping in that area.

Pros:
* Comes in a variety of shapes.
* Goes on smoothly.
* Comes off easily.
* Can get creative as you want.
* It's fun!

Cons:
* Hard to find in stores.
* Only comes in one size.

Would repurchase: Yes.
Rating:  4.5/5 Tobey's Paws


Other Born Pretty nail art products I reviewed/swatch:

Born Pretty Store was kind enough to give me a code, "ALL91", for my readers. You get 10% off any purchase. I am not affiliated with this website. I will not get paid if you use the code. I do promise you though if more than 10 readers use this code, they will sponsor a giveaway or contest on my blog. I do not benefit from the giveaway/contest. It's all for my readers!

Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post is given to me. I am not affiliated with the company nor getting paid to advertise the product. This post is written with my honest opinion.

12 comments:

LauraLeia said...

I love the wave design! :D Maybe you should try taking off the strips while the polish is still wet. Most tutorials I see usually do that so that the line will be crisp and clean.

Lucie said...

Cool tips!! I like the waves but I also think your nails would look better if the waves were smaller. Born Pretty Store seems to offer a large amount of nails products. I have to check it out :)

Sachi said...

love the wave design. Try taking the tape off while the polish is still wet, might help get a cleaner line.

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I like that you can create cool designs! Looks good!
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monika berdnik said...

It`s true, this is had to find, I`ve been looking for something this for a while cause it looks great, love your work :)

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Beatriz Garcia said...

Love it!!! Placed my order!! Lol u know me and my nail hobby. Hehehehe.

Ahleessa said...

I can see you rock it. I hope you post it on Instagram or your blog or both... hehe~ I definitely want to see it. :) I hope you used the code to get a discount.

Ahleessa said...

I've heard a lot of people tell me to take it off while it's wet but I feel like it's more messy on me. I guess I need to practice more... hehe~

Ahleessa said...

You should buy it from the website. ;)

Ahleessa said...

Thank you! :)

Ahleessa said...

Thank you! You definitely should check out the website. If you want, use the code to get a discount. I don't get anything but I am close to having giveaway on my blog. ;)

Ahleessa said...

I've seen videos like that as well, and it doesn't seem to work for me. Maybe I need more practice... hehe~

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