One of my very favorite nail art products has got to be the nail stickers from Born Pretty Store. They're so easy to use and you can create some adorable looks with them! You may remember I reviewed an ultra cute Hello Kitty-themed set of these stickers. I loved them so much that I jumped at the chance to try some stickers in other designs. I've always wanted to do a leopard print mani, but I know I'd just shame myself with whatever freehand attempt I came up with, so nail stickers to the rescue!
This set (which you can check out on the Born Pretty website HERE) contains one sheet of leopard print stickers. The spots themselves are black and white with a sprinkling of iridescent green glitter on top. There's a variety of shapes and sizes to pick from too. Here's how they look over Essie Absolutely Shore!
I put three to four stickers on each nail and there were still a ton left over afterwards, so you could easily get two to three manis out of this set, depending on how crazy you go with the leopard spots. This kit retails for about five bucks, so that's a nice deal when you're getting several manis with this set. I'm already envisioning a hot pink mani with these!
The stickers themselves are extremely easy to use: just peel them off, place as desired, seal in with some topcoat and BAM! Instant nail art! :) These stickers are just as durable and high quality as the Hello Kitty ones I used previously. They don't chip or peel at all, yet require no special removal. They come right off with regular polish remover.
I really, really love these stickers and can't recommend them highly enough! They're cute, affordable, easy to use and still look freshly applied after days of weartime. Born Pretty sells hundreds of different designs, so there's sure to be something to fit anyone's taste.
If you would like to place an order for anything at Born Pretty, they've passed along a special code for my readers for 10% off below:
Disclosure: This product was sent to me for my honest review. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.