I received this sweet gift last week from one of my best friends of a long time, Gracey! It was because we had an exchange gift for Valentine’s Day. We had a set of wish lists and I was so happy to get this one, really, dream come true – thank you bez!
While others are craving for palettes of make-up or whatever you call them, I’ve always liked coloring tools! Ever since I was a kid I would buy tons of crayons, colored gel pens and the likes. This is one of my personal loved collection and items and this one, I’ve been wanting to have but it wouldn’t fit my budget so. But I’m a happy girl now!
While shopping at Thailand’s Zeer, I decided to try this Yating Trendsetter Nails. It’s every girls’ dream to own fabulous painted nails and fancy ones after all (specially to me because I have mini finger nails hoho!)
Packaging is nice and fancy, however a picture showing it being used on actual would be better especially for newbies like me. If it weren’t for my boyfriend, I wouldn’t have found out I was putting it on wrong lol!
It’s very easy to use, at the back of its box, there are instructions you can easily follow.
I don’t remember the price anymore since it was last Aug 03, 2012! Haha. But I remember it was something near 60ish in pesos. It costs pretty much the same here in the Philippines although I like its quality better than the one I tried before from Fashion Circle.
It’s very easy to use, like what I said above my only protest is a visual image of it being used! Then again, now I know how to actually use them. I posted this on Facebook and none of them new they were fake nails. Unless you know me personally because I was born with very mini nails. Haha! I was only having a hard time though since it feels…weird for the nails. It’s somewhat heavy. I was expecting they were lighter. I did like the fact it was easy to remove when you want to XD and that you can re-use it anytime 🙂
Me: Who actually has such long nails?
Boyfriend: Idk, Lady Gaga?
Me: Good point XD