I’ve got something a bit different to review today – handmade decoden products by Cel’s Deconails!
If you’ve not come across decoden before, it started out in Japan as sticking lots of shiny and cute things to your phone and now has expanded to include a whole range of products – and nail art too. Designs can range from the tasteful to completely over the top 3D objects. Cel’s Deconails specialises in kawaii and gothic styles with a lot of bling!
Cel sent me a compact mirror and keyring/bag hanger and everything came nicely packaged in organza bags. It was all in perfect condition after the trip over from Greece and I even got some local sweets!
I was interested to see what the designs looked like close up and they look great with no visible glue. The compact mirror is covered in loads of pink and silver Swarovski crystals so it’s very sparkly! There’s also a cute bunny and a cake – two of my favourite things! Everything seems to be fixed on well so I would happily throw this in my bag.
I also got a cute heart-shaped bunny keyring. The bunny sits on a pink glittery background and is surrounded by yellow and pink crystals. It would be cute enough as a keyring or bag charm but you can also open it out and turn it into a bag hanger!
The top part sits flat on the table (or bookcase as I’m using here!) with a hook below. I’d never seen this before but it’s definitely handy to keep your bag safe and off the floor at cafes.
Everything at Cel’s Deconails is handmade and one of a kind and prices range from £7 for hairslides to £30 for a fully blinged-out phone case, with keyrings and mirrors around £15. You’ll also find pendants, rings, nail art, pill cases and more with a big range of designs available, plus if you have something in mind, Cel can work with you on custom designs too.
(Products were provided for review by Cel’s Deconails, but this is my honest review and the photos are my own)
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She also designs cute character goods as Asking For Trouble. Having visited Japan five times, Marceline is enormously inspired by all things Japanese and especially loves bunnies, space and any kind of food object with a happy face.