I stopped by today to share another new-to-me product, Ejiubas nail vinyls. I absolutely love their stamping plates, so, while I generally avoid vinyls, striping tape, and all things sticky, I thought I'd give these a try. They come in a set of 8 sheets containing a total of 15 different designs.
I did a test finger on an existing manicure, just to try one. They're cut well, so there's no struggle to separate them. They stick nicely, without pulling up my base, and without being hard to remove, once painted. They can also be easily repositioned.
For the full mani, I used a base of Barielle Perry-Keep Winkling and accented with a standard one-coater, Sinful Colors Black on Black. I then used a single vinyl for each hand - the actual vinyls on the ring fingers, and the stickers from them on the pointer and pinky, for a what I like to call a butterfly French mani.
I was a little too ambitious with the stickers, but I like them (as long as I don't look too closely). I'll keep practicing, though, next time with glitter, methinks. If you'd like to know more about Ejiubas nail vinyls, you can find them here.
Thanks for stopping by!