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Nail Stencils


Nail Stencils

What it is:One sheet of nail stencils to create stenciled nail art effects. What it does:Use these adhesive stencils to apply stars, hearts, butterflies, snowflakes, and a dotted pattern to your nails. The sticker format makes it easy. Start by applying a base nail color and letting it dry. Then apply a stencil to each and fill it in with another nail polish or Nail Art Pens from Sephora by OPI. Then peel off the stencils and finish with a top coat. What else you need to know:"Nails are the hottest new art form," says Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, Executive V.P. and Artistic Director of OPI. "Now, Sephora by OPI makes individualized nail art available to everyone."
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Questions & Answers for SEPHORA by OPI Nail Stencils

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Are these reusable?
asked 3 years, 3 months ago
kristamarielund
(Naples, Fl)
on Nail Stencils
5 answers
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answer 1
no! i tried reusing one and #1 looked okay, #2 not so hot & #3 was a blob.
answered 3 years ago
homerchica
(Homer, AK)
answer 2
I've only used one stencil so far. Because they are adhesive backed, I guess it could be possible to reuse if handled very, very delicately. However, the stencils are just paper, and I found when I removed the one used from my finger, the shape of the design got distorted and the adhesive backing was diminished. As a result, I no longer found it suitable for reuse. But, that's just my opinion!
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
apazzi
(Pinehurst, NC)
answer 3
Technically, these are re-usable, but I have yet to be successful in doing so. They tend to rip my nail polish off, rendering them hardly usable at all.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
fujikochan
(Pippa Passes, KY)
answer 4
I don't feel they are reusable. They are too sticky and the shape is ruined after you peel it off the first time.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
atown
(Austin, TX)
answer 5
Not really. The stencil sticks to your nail (way too sticky-leaves the sticky/glue residue behind) really well but doesn't re-stick to the original packaging paper. I tried using nail polish remover on one just to see and it started to take the silver color off. I would recommend just making your own stencils (can't believe I've never thought of that before!!)
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
jeovana
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