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IT'S MY BIRTHDAY SO I'M HAVING PRINCESS NAILS DAMMIT

Well, today I turn 27.  To distract myself from the fact I haven't done much in the past few years that I'm totally not getting old, I'm having Disney princess nails, dammit!  I found the princess temporary tattoos in a supermarket in Australia, of all places, and had to have the right occasion to wear them.  What better time than my birthday?  COS I'M A PRINCESS YAY :D:D:D

So, to start with, two coats of Revlon Silver Coin and one of the holo top coat from Etsy, same as yesterday, followed by a coat of Seche Vite cos I'm impatient.  Then, once it was dry I cut out two princesses from my sheet (Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, because they're both blonde like me) and applied them to my thumb and ring fingers.  The remaining fingers was the jewel and silver pattern from the border.  I found the best way to apply these is just like you did as a kid: peel off the outer layer, stick on, soak for 40 seconds with a makeup pad and slide off.  Add a top coat so they stay on.  Voila, princesssess :D:D:D







The Verdict:  How could I not love these?  It's not so obvious what they are so I'm fine in my male-dominated workplace (oh, being a female programmer) but I know I have princess nails! HAVE to find more tattoos now.

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  1. Happy Birthday :D Adorable nails!

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  2. Awww! So cute! Happy Birthday and enjoy being a princess for the day!

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  3. You're a programmer? Cool! I was a CS student and nails/makeup/hair are never noticed by male programmers anyways. :)

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  4. This is super cute and happy bday!!

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