Elegant Touch Christmas Jumper Nails

I don’t know about you, but I’ve had a plethora of festive knitwear ready and waiting in my wardrobe since about September. However, if you don’t quite fancy getting your knit on then these nails from Elegant Touch could be just what Santa ordered. Available in a red and black ‘Christmas Reindeer’ design, or a bright pink ‘Christmas Snowflake’ alternative, the nails are super cute and exceptionally detailed – they’re just like mini jumpers! I saw these back in the summer at a press event for New Look, so I’m so glad they’re finally available to buy. Although I’m not a massive user of false nails, these would be perfect on Christmas Eve when you join all your mates in the pub for a festive eggnog. Elegant Touch do make one of the best sets of false nails, especially thanks to the UV gel technology their designs feature to keep them looking perfect for longer. They’re easy to use and simple to remove, plus they can be re-worn if you’re extra careful; the only downside is a high proportion of the 24 nails in the pack need to be re-sized as they’re pretty big. However, not only are these a must-have for December, they’d make an amazing Secret Santa gift for that hard-to-buy-for woman in the office. Who doesn’t like jumping reindeer?

The sets are available via New Look, River Island, Boots and various online stores too.



    • Hayley Carr
      November 26, 2013 / 1:53 pm

      They make a perfect stocking filler!

  1. Emma
    November 26, 2013 / 5:33 am

    OMG these are gorgeous!! Love the pink snowflake ones, I'm terrible at nail art so these will be perfect for me for the festive periodwww.walking-in-heels.blogspot.comxxx

    • Hayley Carr
      November 26, 2013 / 1:53 pm

      They're a life saver if you're not that great with the polish. Nobody will ever know they're fake either!

  2. Sue
    November 26, 2013 / 7:52 am

    I prefer the Christmas snowflake. Love the color combos and design. This is a must try and perfect for this season.

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