Born Pretty Review - Moveable Practice False Hand Nail Art Training DisplayFriday, August 31, 2012
Good morning, dear readers! :D
I have another item to review for you, this time from the Born Pretty Store. :)
I got the Moveable Practice False Hand Nail Art Training Display (phew!). What it is, is a fake hand with moveable fingers, which you can use for practising doing nails as well as a display for artificial nails.
Here are some photos:
It has a flat base which allows it to stand upright.
After moving the fingers. XD They are a bit on the stiff side, but are still moveable.
Comparison to my hand (I realised after I took the photos that I should moved my hand up a bit, but you get the idea :)).
Index nail bed size on false hand, and a comparison of my index nail size.
As you can see in the above two photos, you can 'slip' a false nail in the gaps that are surrounding the nail bed areas. This is perfect for displaying nails, as you do not need to attach them to the hand with glue or tape.
However, if you are going to be using the hand as a base for practice, I would highly suggest making sure the nail is firmly attached to prevent it from sliding and falling out. As I do not currently do acrylics, I will tape false nails to the hand and use it to practice painting nails and nail art :D. This will come in really handy for me, as painting someone else's nails are so different than painting your own (in my opinion).
I definitely recommend this!! I am very pleased with it. :D Although I had hoped that the fingers would be easier to move, I am glad that they can move, instead of staying in only one position like many other false hands.
I hope that you are having a wonderful day, and that you have a fantastic weekend!! :D