If you’re unable to visit your manicurist for the foreseeable future, the Ciate Cheat Sheets Nail Sticker Kits are launching in April for DIY manicures.
The Ciate Cheat Sheets Nail Sticker Kits are £16 and they include four sheets of different designs for easy, long lasting nail designs.
Ciate Cheat Sheets Nail Sticker Kits
The Ciate Cheat Sheets Nail Sticker Kits includes four separate sheets, of different stickers when you can apply to the nails over bare nails or nail polish.
Select sticker and apply to either dry painted nails or bare nails. For best results apply top coat.
Neon Geometric lines:
Tap into the major neon trend with geometric shapes and bright hues.
Pastel leopard spots:
Update your manicure with a subtle injection of cool-gal, safari vibes.
The Pinterest inspired nail art that everyone is covering.
Inspired by timeless designs, giving your nails a unique and artistic finish. The designs come in both black and white colour-ways to allow you to get creative, no matter your nail shade.
As the Ciate Cheat Sheets Nail Sticker Kits is £16 for four sheets of nail transfers, it works out at £4 per sheet which is quite pricey. However they look really great quality, with a good varied selection of different designs.
If you were to pay to have transfers applied to your nails at a nail salon, or have the designs hand painted, you’d pay a lot more than £16.
Plus if you break it down to how many transfers are on each sheet, it’s a lot more reasonable. For example, the leopard print sheet has hundreds of stickers and the evil eyes sheet has 84 stickers so that’s at least 8 manicures from that one sheet alone.
My favourite is the leopard print sheet, and you could totally make the design yourself with some nail art brushes, but my coordination is terrible so sheets like the Ciate Cheat Sheets Nail Sticker Kits are ideal, and they look fab on the nails.
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