Entirely-Sarah: WAH London nail art pen

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

WAH London nail art pen

I used to do nail art all the time, but got so busy working full time, spending a lot of time on my PC blogging, or just simply being busy with life. This meant I went for months not even painting my nails, never mind thinking about nail art. I have really made more of an effort to get back into doing my nails an making sure I look polished and presentable. I had held off for summer for the yellow nails, but I am so excited to be trying out brighter, yellow nails, and now it is finally warming up I am glad to be able to share it with you. 


The WAH London nail art pen is a lovely combination of a pen nib and a thin brush giving a lot of options to the looks you can get with this product. The pen is a lovely size that fits into the hand really easily when using the metal nib while the lid makes a great handle when using the thin brush to create a design. The metal nib is really easy to work with and is incredibly fine and precise which is perfect for more intricate details. The thin brush is a really good quality brush that is thin enough to create a intricate design, but can be used to create thicker designs with minimal effort. 

The colour I have is the yellow and it is a really nice opaque yellow, it can look a little sheer when you use the brush if you really do wipe the brush too much on the edge of the bottle, however I think that's trial and error for how much product you need rather than polish error. The metal nib requires you to squeeze the tube of the product when you use it, this means it is also easy to squeeze too much and get too much come out of the product, but again practice and a couple of tests on a scrap piece of paper and you get the hang of it easily. 

I had a play with both the nib and the brush to really get a clearer image of what they both can do and how they work when creating different looks. This is so easy to use and one I really do like. I don't know how often I will do yellow nail art, and do excuse the flower it was a quick five minute job and I just wanted to test it out, but I really love the way it works. At £7 from Boots here I think they are perfect if you do a lot of nail art, or if you want to invest in some really good nail art pens, however there are some really good dupes of the market if you are looking for cheaper options to try out before investing. 


8 comments:

  1. Wow! Your nails look amazing! I'd love to be able to do fun nail art on myself so I may have to look into investing in a few of these!

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    1. I used to practice a lot when I had more spare time, but I don't get as much chance now! x

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  2. Your nails look fab girlie! I'm atrocious at nail art, don't have the patience and my hand isn't the steadiest! Maybe these pens will make a difference though as I always wish I was good at it!

    Kara

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    1. Thank you! It's all about practice, I used to do a lot of nail art when I was at school, and I have seen a lot of progress with practice xx

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  3. Oh wow love this nail look! I dont have the patience for that i take my hat off to you! X

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    1. Aww thanks, It all about practice, its took me a long time to get a steady enough hand to do some nail art lol! x

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  4. well done on the nail art! I am hopeless!! haah x

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    1. Thanks haha, it took a lot of practise, I used to do nail art all the time when I was at college! x

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