Anyway, I'm still waiting for a lot of the supplies I ordered so I'm not doing my nails yet. But I received another package today. The mailman brought it to the door because I had to sign for it. This one came from a seller on eBay with a store "buyhair4u" ~ not really sure what that's about but they sell nail art products so that's what I bought.
This is the seller I purchased these nail art decals from.
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND buying from them if you are looking for this type of nail art.
The prices were really cheap and the shipping was free, and the nail art arrived in about a week from Korea to the US.
I left the seller great feedback too! <--This link goes to their eBay page
I had ordered three packages of these little nail decals in three different styles. I placed my order for all three on June 19th, and they were shipped via Korea Post as Registered Air Mail on June 20th. The package arrived today, June 28th, so about a week if you count the weekend.
Inside the package was a small clear plastic bag, with the end folded over and sealed using a self-stick glue that was attached to the bag. It's similar to a lot of packaging for flat things, like greeting cards and stickers. Anyway, it would have essentially protected the sticker-style decals from most moisture which was very thoughtful. On top of that, I didn't receive 3 sets of nail decals - I received SEVEN sets of nail decals!
The top three on the right-side of the picture are the three I ordered.
The other 4 were bonuses!
All sets are equal quality, which is very good quality in my opinion. The outside of the clear plastic baggy had writing that said "3 extra free gift" but it was actually 4 extra that they gave me. I was very happy with this purchase!
Honestly, I would love it if there was a more natural UV Gel product that produced at least comparable results to the mainstream ones! (I just took a break from writing this to Google "organic UV Gel nails" and actually found at least three product lines that claim to be "organic" but I sent questions to the different companies to see if that "organic" is qualified by FDA "organic" standards in the US or if it's just a selling point AND if the products are actually organic, I asked some nail salon owners what their opinion of the products are since they advertise that they use them. We'll see what they say....)
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I did some Googling, naturally, and I found a lot of negative reviews for the Homedics Foot Spa, which I think there are two styles. It seems, however, that the complaints are that the "water jets" aren't really jets and that the "heat maintenance" doesn't warm the water it simply slows the rate at which the water gets cold. There were some complaints on Amazon that said it didn't promote leg circulation when the consumer had purchased it for a handicapped child and hoped it would help.
This is the one I'm thinking of trying....
The Footsie foot bath with disposable inserts looked to have good reviews. Apparently it heats the water and maintains temperature, has a wire insert for easily lifting out the water-filled disposable tub and the disposable tubs are available in a set of 100 for about $100. That, to me, is reasonable but probably more than I'm looking to spend. Especially considering the foot spa itself is about $100 or a little more.
The Footsie Foot Bath and Inserts
If I find I'm giving myself pedicures (and/or my husband) frequently, I might invest in one like this...
BUT I'm open to suggestions or recommendations!