Nail Art with Twinkled T Cyclone Nail Vinyls

Good morning everyone! I hope you are having a fantastic Friday. πŸ™‚ Today I have some nail art with Twinkled T Cyclone Nail Vinyls.

cyclone nail vinyls | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Here is what a sheet of them looks like (obviously a few I already used). From my experience, these are not for the faint of heart nor the inexperienced. I had quite the time getting each cyclone peeled off the backing, then I had to stick them carefully on the nail while trying to not get the spirals stuck to each other. I did a full mani with these and it took me almost an hour and a half!

Cyclone NOTD | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I started off with 3 coats of Ruby Wing Groupie – which is a color changing polish that should shift to deeper pink in the sun (but didn’t). This was a gift from the lovely Michelle from I then laid the cyclone over each nail, then painted over it with Lilypad Lacquer Cool Illusion.

Cyclone NOTD sun | Be Happy And Buy Polish

It is very trippy looking, especially in the sunshine, but I’m not sure that I will ever do a full manicure again with these. Possibly as an accent nail in a manicure though!

Cyclone NOTD | Be Happy And Buy Polish

On my right hand, you’ll see it was harder to place the decals evenly onΒ all the nails.

Well, what do you think? Personally, yes, I think my nails look pretty cool but it’s not worth the frustration for me. Would it be worth the frustration for you?


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48 thoughts on “Nail Art with Twinkled T Cyclone Nail Vinyls

  1. So I tip I read the other day, instead of painting over these, try makeup sponge application of the top color, might make it less running and easier to take off without messing up the nail. Of course I’m sure placement was difficult as well!

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  5. I have some similar to these but I haven’t tried them yet (I tried some of the other swirl designs in the set and they were easy to work with.) I love the final effect though!

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  8. It’s definitely very ‘trippy’ haha. I love the cyclones, but I’m sorry you had such a hard time with them. I think I ended up getting lucky with mine because they peeled off really easily. Even though it was time consuming, I think it paid off because I’m in love with your mani.

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  10. I’m probably the last nail blogger on the planet who doesn’t own any nail vinyls yet. I love the cyclone pattern, too – I have a stamp for it but a vinyl would make it easier to play with textures as well.

  11. I LOVE how you used them! I was || this close to ordering these the other day. I hope I don’t mess up too much when I do eventually get them. Pity it’s a struggle but the result is amazing! I love it!

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