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Review: Peacock Feather Water Transfer Nail Stickers from Born Pretty Store

27. May 2015

In my last nailart I showed you the dotting pens from Born Pretty Store and how to create a simple cherry blossom nailart. Today, I’m showing you some Peacock Feather Water Transfer Nail Stickers, which I received from Born Pretty Store, too. I’m not a pro considering nailart, but I liked the peakcock feather design of these water transfer nail stickers.

water transfer nail stickers

As mentioned above, I received this set of double-ended dotting pens from Born Pretty Store. Born Pretty Store is an asian based online store selling very affordable products, reaching from accessoires to make-up and beauty products. They have a super huge amount of all kinds of nailart products and tools. This Water Transfer Nail Sticker is available in different patterns. Butterflies and flowers are also available for this specific product number. Each sheet contains 20 stickers, so you can use it twice. The feathers have different sizes, so you can  put the larger stickers on your larger nails, like thumbs, and the smaller ones on the other fingers.

water transfer nail stickers

The backside of the water decalls shows the description on how to use them. Basically it is very easy: You have to soak the stickers in water first, then adjust them on your nail, remove the excess water, wait until it is dry, add clear nail polish on top, wait until it is dry, remove excess water decal by simply peeling it off (as soon as you put the clear nail polish on top of the water decal the uncoated water decal can be easily peeled off). Also, the instruction on the back of the package says, that you should blow dry the water decals. I didn’t do this…actually, I only dried the nails after the application of the stickers with help of a tissue and continued with the top coat directly. And it worked super well.

water transfer nail stickers

As you might know by now, I’m pretty obsessed with red nails and lips, so I tried the decalls on my red painted nails. I’ve used one coat of Etude House Play Color Nails Polish in shade 52. afterwards, I added a sticker on each nail and sealed it with top coat. Here is the result:

water transfer nail stickers

water transfer nail stickers

The peacock feather design is really pretty, but it doesn’t show off nicely on darker nail polish shades. I would advice you to use sheer nail polish, although I would have loved to see the design on red nail polish, too. You can get this Peacock Feather Nail Art Water Decals Transfer Stickers for 0.99 US$ per sheet from Born Pretty Store. I think it is super affordable! You can also use the promotional code KBX31 for 10 % discount on your order. They do offer free international shipping by the way. I think these water decals are worth a try, they are cheap, long lasting and they have a lot of different styles available at BornPrettyStore. I will definitively check out some more.

Just as a short reminder: All products mentioned and reviewed on this blog are of my personal opinions. This product here was sent to me for reviewing purpose by, which doesn’t influence me in providing my honest opinion on the products.

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  • Chermaine 27. May 2015 at 17:49

    You paint your nails so neatly! I can nv get my nail polish to look like that. *jealous* haha

  • Carolin 27. May 2015 at 22:07

    Die sehen wirklich richtig cool aus!
    So ein schönes Detail <3

    Liebe Grüße

  • Evelyn 28. May 2015 at 2:31

    These look so beautiful! I agree with you, in soft and light tones would be better maybe.

    Have a great week ^^

  • Kine 28. May 2015 at 6:12

    Actually think it looks good with your red nails! I think I would try these stickers with a sheer purple nail polish. Lovely review!

  • MissLovelyAttitude 28. May 2015 at 18:16

    this looks so lovely and sweet :) Love it!

  • Bethany 1. June 2015 at 5:15

    Yes, yes, yes. I love those decals. I keep meaning to try actually painting peacock feathers, but it’d be quite a challenge. x.x

  • angie 17. June 2015 at 18:20

    these are so pretty. they look so 90’s to me. loved ’em