The lovely Seffie gave me these cute nail stickers so I decided to give them a try! They are thicker than some of the other stickers I’ve tried but they stuck a lot better too. It’s not really a full tutorial but I’ve been filming my nails as I grow them out slowly! .



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Kiss nail art sticker instructions.
Kiss nails are another brand of those popular nail stickers.
Stick them on quickly, have a cute design for a while and then peel them off with very little effort.
Pick the closest fit for your nail, peel off the sticker.
Press on to the nail starting at the middle and smoothing outwards so there are no air bubbles.
The instructions say to rile off the excess but I found this to be very time consuming.
Instead I opted to snip the extra with some clippers then file the edge a little bit.
The 3D designs that come with these make them a little more interesting than some of the other nail stickers I’ve seen recently.
And that’s it, just repeat on every single nail.
So I think this is a great option for those who don’t have time to do their own nail art.
There’s no drying time which is great.
And there’s no chance of bumping it later.
And if you need to, you can easily just peel it off for school or work later with no fuss at all.
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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