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I did come to a little bit of a problem on the ASOS website though: Did I want the Black Nail Art Pen? Or, did I want the White Nail Art Pen? It was a very tricky decision!
Solution: Buy both! So, I did.
On a quick side note, this is the first time I've ordered from ASOS in almost a year, and I definitely have to commend their brilliant delivery service tracking system, which not only told me exactly where my parcel was, it also told me what time it was going to arrive...to the hour! That is rather impressive. But, the best thing for me, was that I wasn't going to be in when it was due to arrive, but the email that they sent me to keep me updated gave me the option of re-scheduling my delivery which I really appreciated.
Personally, I thought this was a great delivery service, and I can't understand why other companies don't do something similar, to prevent us from waiting in all day for a parcel that has to be signed for.
Anywho, I had a play around with the white one first, as I was wearing a red nail polish at the time, but I made a bit of a mess of it, and in the end, decided against taking any pictures, because they really looked that bad.
So, in the end, I decided to paint my nails a metallic purple (one used is by GOSH), and I used the smaller nib to do lots of random dots.
|Dotty, dotty, dotty :D|
|And my thumb...just because....well, because I felt like it!|
I did worry that maybe I'd gone a little dotting mad, and had done a few too many, but I was actually complimented on my nails, and asked where I'd had them done, which was really nice :)
I'll do a more in-depth review of my thoughts about the Nail Art Pens later, when I've had more opportunity to test them out properly.
What do you think?