Application of the decals was quite easy: just remove the transparent protection foil, soak the decals in warm water for 20-30 seconds, remove the white sheet underneath and place them on your wet nails. It's really important to wet your nails with water, if you don't, you'll probably tear the decals. You can move the decals around on your wet nails until you're happy with the placement. Then dab the water off with some tissue and add topcoat. The decals are square, but you can remove the edges with polish remover. Or do it the easy way like I do: the topcoat makes the decals really fragile, so I just use a rosewood stick to remove the parts that are bigger than my nails. I recommend applying a white base (I used two coats of P2 So Innocent) under the decals, the white part you see on the sheet is transparent, so you'll need the white base to let the white parts of the pattern stay white.
You can get the decals here for only 0.99$. There are four different patterns on the sheet with five decals each. The pictures of the decal sheet is more color-accurate than the pictures of my nails, my camera picked up too much blue, as usual.
On my other nails I'm wearing three coats of Essie Shades On, a lilac/violet creme, plus my ususal topcoat KBShimmer Clearly On Top. This one's also a little less blue toned than my pictures show.
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The Water Decals were offered for reviewing purposes. Again, thank you very much, Born Pretty Store!