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|"Total Flake" Scratch Wraps Review|
Ok! So these are the "Total Flake" wraps by Scratch and here is the direct link for them! I take a lot of pictures when I review things because I know I like to see a lot of pictures when I read other reviews so hopefully they will help! ;) When the people of Scratch asked me which ones I would like, I chose these and one other design, and these are the ones they sent me! I chose these because I'm completely helpless at drawing snowflakes, even though I love them. And I don' have any stamping supplies, and this a very popular stamping design in the winter!
|Snowflake nail wraps|
Here is the packaging. The wraps come in a sealed pouch, plus a little file and orange stick.
I chose the darker ones to start with. There's no instructions included, but a link to the website to see the instructions. I tried to do it with out, but I needed to look any ways (doh).
First I started by finding strips that matched my nail width.
(p.s. how cute is the variety of designs? How I wish I could free hand that!)
There are 2 ways you can trim the length once you press it down on your nail. I tried both ways. First I pulled it down and filed the end off. I didn't get that smooth of an edge. You can also trim the edge and then file it down.
On the next one I did the other way, according to the instructions. (p.s. these are muuuuuchhhh thinner and more flexible than the nail wraps I've used in the past) They are self adhesive and you can peel them off and readjust them as needed, but I wouldn't do it more than once or twice.
I use a fine file to smooth down the edge, filing from top to bottom. I found that this method worked way better!
props to my left hand for holding the file to show the angle! haha!
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