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Nail decals are a fantastic way to jazz up plain nails while expending minimum effort.
I love them because they mean you can have beautiful nails no matter what your skill set.
Start with clean bare nails and paint a base colour.
Glitters look awesome under decals and you’ll find light colours provide the best results.
Wait until it’s completely dry.
I am using decals from they are the very thin kind.
Pick the size of the decal which will cover your entire nail.
Cut out the decal.
Trim the edges to fit your nail and the bottom to fit the cuticle.
Lay it over the nail to make sure it fits.
Submerge the decal in water for around 10 seconds until it’s soaked.
Put it on your finger, decal side down and slide the wet paper off.
Press it down on your nail and smooth it over.
Don’t worry about the over hang for now, just smooth it down.
Coat the whole nail with clear polish.
Once it’s dry, use a nail file to file downwards on the edge to remove the over hang.
If you need to, you can remove extra with tweezers.
Looking good!
Add another coat of clear polish and you’re finished.
Very pretty and very easy to do.
The possibilities are endless.
You can buy these and other decals from
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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