Feb 27, 2014

{Review} Finger Nail Art from Vinyl Disorder - customize your nails for any occasion

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Finger nail art is growing in popularity these days. You don’t have to spend an outrageous amount of money to go to a salon and get trendy and unique nail art. Vinyl Disorder’s nail art decals make it easier than ever to get the look you want. Just paint your nails and add the decal of your choice! After the nail art design is
applied you can paint a clear coat over the top to make it more secure and last longer! At Vinyl Disorder you can choose any of our designs or contact us for custom products. With our wide variety of finger nail decals, the possibilities are endless!

My Review:
I was offered a chance to review some fun vinyl decals for finger nails from Vinyl Disorder.  When they arrived I was disappointed.  I had already went to their website to check out the huge selection and variety of  vinyl nail decals they have available and what I received was nothing like the selection on their website.  They were 2 tiny papers with tiny silver stars.  Very similar to what I can purchase at my local dollar store.  With the fun shapes and designs like: music signs, peace signs inside hearts, mustaches, holiday decals and so much more, I guess I expected them to send a product to showcase their fun and unique main decals instead of something cheap and easy to find at local stores.  I would have shown  you but my camera battery died as I was getting ready to take pictures, and getting a 5 year old to sit still for pictures is not always easy.

The good news, they do stay on pretty well.  And the decals from Vinyl Disorder are only $2.99 per set and come in a huge variety of designs for nearly any occasion!  Here are some I personally would love to have:

Disclosure: I received free the item(s) mentioned in this post in exchange for my honest review using Tomoson.com. Regardless ~ All my reviews are my honest and personal opinion. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”.

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