But I cannot master the art of left-handed nail painting, and I'm pretty unsteady. Being a neurosurgeon was never in the cards for me.
So the idea of Sally Hansen Nail Effects excited me. Foolproof nail color, right?
Well, sort of (for me anyway).
I am sort of a mess. You'll see from the photo.
|I would ask for my money back if I left a salon looking like this.|
|The middle strip is a pretty yellow - but the rest are orange. As you can tell, my fingers did not need the skinniest strips (or the fattest, thankfully).|
What I'll do differently next time:
1. Line up the the bottom of the strip with the top of my cuticle more perfectly.
2. Do it in a slightly warmer room (it was pretty chilly, and made my hands cold. Sally Hansen advises warm hands for better pliability).
My other critique is that so far, they've already chipped quite a bit. Maybe if I do it better, this won't be as big of an issue?
However, even though I need some practice, I will definitely be trying these again. I'm eager to try the lattice-looking Misbehaved as well as some other neon colors!
Does anyone have any tips on how I can not suck at using these?