Saturday, 6 April 2013

YRNails Full Wrap Water Decals - Black & Colourful Spots

Hello Lovelies!  Today I have for you Black & Colourful Spots full wrap water decals from YRNails who sent them to me for review.  

If you've not tried water decals before and always wanted to have a go, here's a mini tutorial on how to apply them.  In this pack are 10 decals in different sizes, however you can cut them to what ever size fits your nail.  Cut out one of the decals to fit your nail shape/size. (My tip is to apply a top coat to the cut out decal and let the top coat dry before submersing in water, this will help to seal the design, but is optional)

Place the cut out decal in a little cup of water, after a few moments the water decal will detach from the backing.


Dab the decal very carefully with a tissue or cloth to remove the excess water and place on your nail, leave to dry for a bit.  I use a base coat to affix the decal to my nail, wait for it to fix and then file away the excess. Add a top coat which will seal the design to your nail and iron out any wrinkles that may appear.

These Black & Colourful Full Wrap Water Decals are £1.50 from YRNails and were sent to me for review. I love the boldness of the design.  My only suggestion would be to have an extra couple of decals in the pack as spares.  

Here's a bit more info about purchasing from YRNails

Shipping rates are fixed which makes them really easy to understand.
UNDER £10 order - £1.50 fee applies - 1st class 
OVER £10 order - Free 1st class postage 
INTERNATIONAL shipping included in the above rates, no extra costs to our friends from overseas ! 

There is no minimum order amount at "". It doesn’t matter whether you need just one pack of artificial nails or nail art stickers; you buy only what you need.

YRNails has different types of nail art goodies from water decals & full wrap water decals, caviar beads, velvet nails.  You can follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest & You Tube.

Have fun!


  1. Hey lovely, cheeky question-can I borrow one of your photos (fully credited of course!) for my post using these decals? Mine went TERRIBLY and turned out a complete mess, and I'd love to show people how they should look!

    1. Yes of course, try applying a very very thin top or base coat to the decal before you put it in water, this should seal the design. Don't use too thick a coat or else you won't be able to bend it over your nail. Let me know how you get on x

    2. They were a total disaticure, no saving them! Hopefully next time will work out better! I'll send you a link once I;ve posted it =)

  2. Here's my absolutely terrible attempt, thanks for the picture!