Mommy & Me Nail Vinyl Decals by You Polish review

Press Sample buttonGood morning everyone! I hope you are enjoying the weather, wherever you are. We are gearing up for kind of a busy week ahead of us, sometimes it’s nice to just sit and relax at the end of the day. πŸ™‚

Awhile back, Lauren from You Polish had reached out to some nail bloggers who are parents, to see if they’d be interested in reviewing some “Mommy & Me” nail vinyl decals. I jumped at the chance, because not only do I love to do my nails, my little girl loves to have her nails done as well. πŸ™‚ I was sent three different sheets to try out:

Bows, spirals, and mermaidsΒ (full sheet):

Mommy & Me vinyl decals Bows, Spirals, Mermaids | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Cupcakes, butterflies, straight linesΒ (I was sent a half-sheet):

Mommy & Me vinyl decals Cupcakes, Butterflies, Lines | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Hearts, stars, and wavy linesΒ (half sheet):

Mommy & Me vinyl decals Hearts, Stars, Wavy Lines | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I love the fact that each decal and lines set are made in several different sizes for those small child fingers, and my fingers as well. The lines and cut-outs were a little hard to separate from each other – make sure you have an exacto knife handy.

My daughter tried a few manicures to show you how well the decals, the cut-outs, and the lines work on little fingers.

Ocean mermaid childs nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

First we tried out the mermaid decals! For this mani, we used the smallest mermaid for her ring finger, and the next size up for her thumb. I started with 1 coat of OPI Silver Canvas on her fingers, then applied 1 coat of OPI Indigo Motif.

Ocean mermaid childs nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

After that, I used 1 coat of Pahlish Italian Cream Soda followed by 1 coat of OPI Turquoise Aesthetic. Lastly, I top coated with China Glaze Fairy Dust. Isn’t this just so sparkly and pretty?

Butterflies and straight lines childs nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

For the next manicure, we used the butterfly decals, and the straight lines. I cut the lines in half so they wouldn’t hang over the nails so much. The pink polish is Orly La Vida Loca and the purple is Orly Candy Shop. My daughter really loved this manicure because purple and pink are two of her favorite colors. πŸ™‚

American flag stars wavy lines childs nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Since it’s Independence Day at the end of the week, we had to do a test-run of a patriotic mani. I used the wavy lines and the star decals/cutouts for this manicure. The white holo is Colors by Llarowe I Am Free, the red is CbL Little Miss Independent, and the blue is CbL Living the Dream.

Both of us enjoyed creating manicures just for her, and my son was a little jealous. I did ask Lauren if perhaps in the future, she’d consider making “manly” decals like skulls, pirates, swords – that kind of thing. She said it was definitely a possibility, so I’m looking forward to that!

Each full-size sheet is just $5.50 and there are plenty of decals, cut-outs, and lines for you & your child to use together. Be sure to browse the full line of offerings at YouPolish.comΒ – I know you’ll find something that strikes your fancy. Follow You Polish on Facebook, and on instagram to keep up with the newest decals.

Let me know what you think of these fun manicures in the comments!

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