Here's a pic from the Cherry Blossom Festival craft fair we were at!
And here's the nails I did for the occassion.
These are done with the nails that I got with my Sanctuary Jewelry order... I filed them down and deco-ed them out (: I was really pleased with the outcome. Except I bought this Kiss brush-on nail glue, and it was really crappy! (I am not experienced with false nails & nail glue :S) Any little tap and the nail would fall off. I had to re-attach 3 nails that day.
I guess this is good AND bad because it's not reliable to stay on for long periods of time if you're working with your hands, but it's easy enough to remove without damaging your nails, and then the nails are reusable.
It's kind of an updated look from my Sakura bling nails. I wanted them to have a cutesy, princessy, hime-gyaru look.
The other unfortunate part was that idk if it's because I filed them too much or what, but they don't fit to the shape of my nails very well :( They are sized right when you look at them from the top, but they don't lay FLAT on my nails, and my real nails shows on one side of the fake nails. You can see what I mean if you look at my thumb below.
I guess I have to experiment with different fake nails to find just the right fit.
Oh well, I still like how they came out :3
What I used:
2 coats Ulta Super Sheer Nail gloss - Princess
2 coats Wet N Wild - Kaleidescope (for glitter gradient)
2 coats Rimmel Play Fast - Out There (for glitter gradient)
LA Colors Art Deco nail polish - White (for french tips)
Clear rhinestones & Konad nail art cherry blossom stickers
Nailene Acrylic Strong top coat
Ugh, I added that little extra into the picture, and I ALSO forgot to add I used NYX star glitter polish as well :P