Do you like having neat polished nails but can't be bothered to wait for each coat to dry only for it to chip in a few days? or Is it a case of just not having time?
If any of you answered yes then you will love these.
I picked these nail polish wraps up whilst shopping in Sally's beauty supplies.
I have never tried anything like this before so thought I would give them a go and review them for you.
Price - £5.99
A little pricey but if you are treating yourself or have a big night out planned get them!
Colour - Berry rich
As it states a very rich berry colour which glistens in the sun, absolutely gorgeous.
Are there any other shades?
There's a rainbow selection of colours chose until your hearts content.
Where can I buy them?
Sally's salon supplies
It is all explained in the instructions provided but this may simplify things for you.
Take the cuticle stick provided and gently push back the cuticles
#tip if yours are tough then soften them in some warm water.
Using the buffer included softly buff the nails to smooth out the nail bed ready for the dry nail polish application.
There's a variety of sizes to choose from like false nails so you pick the one that will comfortably fit on your nail.
1. Remove the top clear film
2.Peel the strip from the backing paper
3.decide which curved end of the colour strip will fit the nail closest to the cuticle and apply
4.Smooth the strip until it's smooth, press against the free edge then using the file, file off the excess in a downward motion.
To view a virtual demo and ingredients list visit the Incoco website
I have had mine on 3 days and the edge of my nails is slightly chipped on a couple of nails.
I have had a couple of people ask what colour I was wearing but when I told them it was actually stick on polish they were shocked, a little confused and excited.
I think because it looks so neat and natural people become confused, before now if I had of been told of stick on polish I would have thought of thick noticeable obvious stickers so I am pleasantly suprised.
How to remove?
Just remove like regular nail varnish
Definately worth a look
Whats your verdict?