THE PERFECT MANICURE IN MINUTES! Incoco has revolutionized nail beauty by creating the world's first 100% real nail polish appliques! Each applique is made of a base, color and top coat of real nail polish. These appliques are flexible and can be gently stretched to easily fit any nail size and shape. The result is a brilliant, salon-quality manicure in minutes with no dry time, smudges or streaks.
Manufacturer: Incoco
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by K. Roseberry >> See more reviews

... since I applied them and they still look moderately nice. It was my first time using anything like ...

It's been a week since I applied them and they still look moderately nice. It was my first time using anything like this before, so I'm not sure if the wear on them is partially my fault because of shoddy application skills. Around the cuticle and the ends of my nail they're becoming a bit worn, but I fixed that on the ends of my nails with just a quick file. It's somewhat difficult to get them on without getting a small crease every now and then, but again, that could be my fault for being a first timer. All in all not mad about spending the money and I plan to purchase more. Picture attached is from the day of this review after a week of wear.

by Emily Tribby >> See more reviews

I love how thin these strips are

I love how thin these strips are. Some brands of nail wraps are thicker and make you feel like you are wearing something protruding from your nail. These are thin, dont break easy and last for a long time. The only complaint I have about this design is it is hard to see the orange flowers to the naked eye. If you are in a darker environment or look at them close, you are able to see the flowers just fine.

by MamaLikes >> See more reviews

Cute styles

Easy to apply. Wears off easily with normal everyday use. Got lots of compliments.

Four Stars

Loved this design. Very subtle. They can be a little tricky to apply though.