I did some 3D knit nails before using the Etude House gel polishes I have. It look me a long time just to do a single nail as the Etude House gel polishes are very liquidy so I had it put it under the UV light after every stroke. I saw these knit nails nail wrap in Born Pretty Store and decided to try them out! Nail wrap would definitely be faster than doing knit nails traditionally. After using them, I have some mix feeling about it. There are things I like and things I hate about this product.
This is what the package looks like. I pick the ones in style #04.
Inside, there are 12 full nail wraps in 6 sizes and then 2 long strips as well. The nail wraps are very tiny. None of them would fit my thumb. That kind of suck, but then I have abnormally larger fingernails like a guy. I like how there are many different cream colors and patterns though. So, if you have small finger nails, then you will be able to use these on all 10 fingers.
You can get these here:
Look for style #04 in the above link.
Remember to use my 10% discount code CHCW10
to save even more!
Born Pretty Store does worldwide free shipping~ It says on the site that they ship their orders within 24 hours~ Their products are generally pretty cheap. The best part is still about the free shipping, so you don't have to worry about the shipping cost actually being more than the product itself.
So, find the strip that you will be using and peel it off. This one is the largest strip in the package and it only fits my middle finger.
Then just apply it on your nail like you would with any other nail wrap. Now, the thing that frustrates me the most is here. These nail wraps can't really mold to your nails. You see the wrinkly edges? Unlike all my other nail wraps, I can't get rid of the wrinkles here. Even after I applied a layer of top coat, it's still there. So, I am a little disappointed with this product. I can't accept those wrinkles on the side. Maybe it's just that I am doing it wrong. Maybe I need to stretch it more. If you can get these to work, please teach me how.