Wednesday, April 10, 2013

NOTW: L'Oréal nail stickers

Hi there girls!

It's been a while since I've written a blog post, I've just been very busy lately... Sorry for neglecting you! But, no worries, I'm back with another NOTW! :)

I'm usually not the type to buy polishes that are in trend. But, I have to admit, these were too cute to pass by.

L'Oréal Color Riche Le Nail Art
They're the L'Oréal Color Riche Le Nail Art:

These are nail stickers that you can stick to your nails, it's that simple!

They have the flower pattern, but unfortunately I can't seem to find the name of this pattern on the packaging.
Unless I accidentally threw it away when opening the packaging...

Anyways, I've put a yellow base so the flowers could pop out more, but my nails would still be not in your face. I preferred to keep it simple with a pastel yellow :)

You get 18 stickers with every packaging.

Now how to apply these babies on your nails:
  1. Apply the nail sticker at the base of your nail and always work from the cuticles towards the end of the nail
  2. Fold it over the nail
  3. File your nails to remove the excessive sticker
  4. Et voilà, you're done!
What it claims to do:
  • 10 days of wear: I didn't test this out, since I change my nail polish color every week
  • 0 mistakes: true, since the flowers are on a random order, there's not much room for mistake
  • 0 dry time: since stickers don't need any drying time I agree with this one.
  • 0 remover: true, BUT when removing (read: peeling) the stickers off, this wasn't doing anything good to my nails. Sometimes it peeled off the top layer of my nails, which makes it brittle and dry. It's a good thing you don't need a remover to take it off, but thanks to current nail polish remover which are hydrating, I rather use a polish remover.
 I do have to admit, I do like the 18 stickers. My finger nails are so tiny that I got to use every nail sticker for 2 fingers, yay!

If there are any cute nail stickers out there, I will be repurchasing them, as long as they're quite subtle such as the flower ones.

Overall, I like them, but the question is 'Do you like them?'

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