2sheets Daisy Print Nail Art Sticker

2sheets Daisy Print Nail Art Sticker

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Looking for a fun and easy way to add some flair to your nails? Check out our 2sheets Daisy Print Nail Art Sticker! They are quick and easy to apply and look great! They are also great for adding an alternative to the usual nail stickers you may have.

To use, apply 2 sheets on a nail and adhere with 3-4 coats of your favorite color. When dry, remove with a file. They are removable, so just peel ’em right off! Try them and let us know how you like them by commenting in the box below!

These 2sheets are designed to have a smooth, glossy finish, which helps to create a flawless look.

We have been testing these stickers with a few different colors, but so far the only ones that seem to work best are orange and purple, specifically Orly Purple Velvet and OPI Purple Haze.

The downside to using these stickers? They are removable and the quality of the print is not the greatest. We found that they are easy to remove, but the first attempt is usually a fail. Our advice? Try again, and be patient.

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