Tuto vernis autocollant: patchs "Bling" en nail art

Uploaded by tartofraises1 on 20.07.2012

Hello, in this video I will show you how to apply the bling patches.
It is similar to previous mirror patches that you might have seen
But this time with small patterns in relief.
It is very easy to apply.
I hope that you will like it. So let’s have a look at the video.
Here are the cases of Bling patches.
They contain 18 nails of different sizes.
First, choose the patch that will fit to your nail.
If the patch doesn't fit, use a bigger one.
Then simply cut the edges at both sides.
With the help of tweezers or your fingers, remove the patch cautiously since it is fragile.
Remove it slowly.
Then place it on your nail. Make sure your nail polish is dry before, it is very important.
Now remove the outer pieces with your fingers
Then file the edge of your nail with a nail buffer so as to glue the patch.
Do not your a big nail file, or else it will damage the design.
Here's the final result.
It is cool to touch. With some reliefs.
You can also apply the bling patch on a nail with no color.
It is less beautiful but if you don’t have much time, just apply the base coat and then the bling patch.
You need to apply it well all over your nail.
It lasts for several days. I’ve kept it for five days without any problem.
I have not checked further than five days but it does last.
I will show you another patch now.
It's the one I prefer the most. It is very luminous and sorts out very well on rose color base.
As you see, you can remove it easily and re-apply it when the nail polish is dry.
The transparent plastic has some kind chemical reaction with the nail polish
It dissolves and this is why it glues itself so well.
Here's another idea. You are not compelled to place the whole patch on your nail.
You can cut it in V shape for make a V shape French manicure.
You can cut in different shapes according to your choice.
We could have made a white or colored slantwise French manicure.
Here it is, you just have to apply it well in the center and it's over.
One last example: now I will cut a slice of the patch.
That I will apply on my nail.
I would like to advise you to apply a top coat on the patch slices to help them hold better.
However you apply the whole patch, it not necessary to use a top coat.
To remove the patch, use tweezers like this but it takes rather much time.
As you can see, the nail polish remover is not much useful here. You need to scratch it before.
It takes much time to remove with tweezers. And it annoys me!
When you’ve removed almost all the residues, use a nail polish remover to remove the glue.
As you see, it has not caused any damage to my nail. It is very smooth.
It has nothing to do with stickers that could have damaged your nails if they were not correctly applied.
The quickest method according to me is the nail buffer.
All that you have to do, is to file the sticker.
Rub it until all the bubbles are gone. Then finally use a nail polish remover to remove the rest.
Once again, my nail is not damaged. Since I have only file the patch.
I hope that this video has pleased you, see you on next Friday!