How to apply French manicure nail stickers

Easy to apply and try – DIY Nail Stickers

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Applying nail stickers and decals is a relatively easy process that produces great results. If done properly they look salon-done without the hefty price. I recently have tried a few and this time I am using the Kiss brand called “Nail Dress.”

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These you can find at Harmon’s or CVS and they come in various styles. I liked these because they are made to put on the tip of the nail and not necessarily the whole nail. You can however use for both I just personally don’t like using the whole nail pieces. This was around $8 at Harmon’s and is called “stripes”.

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What I comes with and what you need. (Comes with small pink file and stickers. You will need scissors, clear polish and extra nail file if needed)

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How to apply:
Make sure your nails and clean and apply a clear polish.

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Open packaging and cut the strip down to a smaller size. Just enough to cover the tip where your nail meets the edge of your fingertip. You get three strips with various sizes.

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Cut down the middle since you only need a small strip of the design.

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Size the nail bed and then peel and apply. Hold down in place and smooth out. Apply pressure to make sure the sticker holds.

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The excess sticker can be removed by simply filing over the edges. Then finish the rest of the nails and finish with a top coat. Voila!

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