20 Stunning pink rose water nail decals or water nail stickers. These pink roses, rose buds and leaves are just too cute not to wear for your next nail art manicure.
This design is from our professional series. They are our highest quality water slide decals and are used in salons worldwide. The decals are very fine and will appear smooth on your nails. Surrounding the design the decal is transparent to allow your nail colour to show through, a truly professional finish. Using these decals, even beginners can achieve perfect nail art.
You get one sheet containing 20 decals. The sheet measures approx. 64x54mm. It comes individually packaged, as shown in the picture, so can also make a lovely addition to a gift or greeting card when you are sending to someone who loves nail art.
We've modelled them here on pink coloured nails with rhinestones. Nails, nail colour and rhinestones are not included.
Instructions and tips for use: 1. Paint your nails and allow to dry completely. 2. Remove the protective film. 3. Choose a decal that fits your nail and cut around the decal. 4. Soak the decal in a bowl of water for 10-20 seconds or until the decal slides around on the card. 5. Slide the decal off the card. Tip: Make sure to keep the transfer the correct way up. The sticky side is the one that was touching the card. 6. Quickly position the decal on your nail. Tip: If you wet your nail you will be able to slide the decal around until you are happy with the position. 7. Smooth out any air bubbles and creases then gently dab to remove excess water. 8. When dry apply a good quality top coat making sure it seals the edges of the decal. Tip: As with all nail art, when applying the topcoat be sure not to drag the bristles over the decal and only use one stroke over each part to avoid smudging. A second coat can be applied when dry if needed. To remove: Use nail polish remover and a cotton pad.
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Nail art water slide decals are also known as water stickers and water transfers. They are not the reverse water transfers - these are applied a slightly different way.
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