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Arctic Animal Sticker Decals*

*This post contains an item supplied for free by LadyQueenBeauty in exchange for an honest review. All views are my own. 

Hey everyone!

Today I have a post for you containing some cute arctic animal stickers, and to continue the 'arctic' theme, some pretty blue polish as a background.

The item in question can be found right here on Lady Queen's site, and can be purchased for just over £1.
I was super impressed with the quality of these- they're slightly raised but not too much to catch on anything yet still enough to give an effect. They're also super adorable which you can hopefully see in the pics, and they have some sharp, clear details on them too!

They come in a sheet containing 5 designs (all shown in this post- two polar bear poses, two penguin poses and a seal), with around 5-6 stickers of each design. And you'll be glad to know they're super easy to peel off said sheet, though the size of them can make it hard to manoeuvre into the right place on your nail so I recommend using tweezers. 

For the background of my nails, I used Barry M's Gelly Guava as a base before dabbing on their Gelly Huckleburry and Sugar Apple polishes with cling film. The result is this super easy marble-y effect!

Lady Queen Beauty have also been so generous as to supply us with a 15% Off code. Simply use it by going through to the checkout after selecting your items, and use the code in the "coupon code" section and it should work just like magic!

My code is HZLC15 , and can be found in this useful banner which will always be visible in the side bar (unless you're on mobile)!

So I hope you like this post and the item featured (seriously they're adorable), don't be afraid to contact me if you have any questions about anything here, and have a great week!



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