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House Of Holland Nails By Elegant Touch - Face Ache - Face ache
House Of Holland Nails By Elegant Touch - Face Ache - Face ache
Nail transfers from House of Holland Nailed by Elegant Touch Includes 24 nails in a pack & 10 different nail sizes 3D face designs with self-adhesive backing Nail glue and a small nail file ABOUT HOUSE OF HOLLAND NAILED BY ELEGANT TOUCH Teaming up with Elegant Touch, Henry Holland brings a touch of his renowned sense of humour to your fingertips with the House of Holland Nailed by Elegant Touch collection. Trick out your talons with polka dot, tweed and zig zag nail art designs, all inspired by his London Fashion Week collections.Product Code: 404697
nails inc. Nail Wraps - Gold (24 Wraps)
nails inc. Nail Wraps - Gold (24 Wraps)
NAILS INC. NAIL WRAPS - GOLD Get a show stopping finishing with these nail.inc Nail Wraps in Gold. This pack contains 32 wraps to instantly transform your look and keep you totally on trend. Directions for use: Remove any nail polish and push back your cuticles using a hoof stick. File your nails to the desired shape and length. Gently buff your nails to remove surface shine. Select the nail wrap that is the closest size to your nail. Trim to fit with nail scissors. Don’t worry about excess length as this will be trimmed later. Heat the wrap for a few seconds using a hair dryer on a gentle heat. The wrap should start to soften and bend. Carefully place the wrap on the nail starting at the cuticle edge. Applying firm pressure push the wrap onto one side of the nail and then to the other until the while wrap is neatly applied to the nail. Re-apply heat for a few seconds and push firmly over the entire nail for a secure fit. If you experience any creasing; re heat gently fit the wrap off the nail and re-apply adding further heat if necessary. Trim the end of the wrap and then file the excess in a downward motion using a glass file or a wooden file with a very fine grain.
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