And not just because my kids stuck one on my chair before I sat down. (Disclosure, unlike EVERYTHING ELSE on my blog, I got one of things for free. But as usual, all opinions are my own.)
Born Pretty Store ), in front tweezers
Sorry this photo doesn't include Hazel. I couldn't decide which darker color and did each hand different. But, then I found it really hard to get a good angle on my right hand and take a photo with the iPAD. So, you only get the picture of Muse and Cinderella - even though my cuticles are in polar vortex mode.
Now the back story to this post. So last month I got this random envelope in the mail from born pretty store. No invoice, no note, nothing. I thought well maybe someone sent me a gift and put it on my shelf totally forgetting about it. It was a super hard semester for me, and my nails did not get painted for probably the last 5 weeks of the semester. Then the holidays and visiting family happened, and school started again.
Yesterday I got an email from Born Pretty Store that someone had been promoted, but had I got a package and could do a review of the product. What? This was something I was supposed to review?
1. I had no idea.
2. I can't even find these specific stickers on the website.
3. The stickers had been totally sitting on a shelf with some papers for my job just being ignored.
So, I guess I totally failed at this whole thing. But, the stickers are fun and super easy to apply. And its a heck of a lot easier to use (and certainly easier to remove without damage) than any of the full nail vinyl stickers that are out there.
P.S. My 7 year old was super jealous that I had post bedtime plans doing art without her. But, she would probably want to put eyeballs on her nails. Like these. I guess I will have to order some for us to use on Spring Break.