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Let’s be honest—waiting for your nails to dry can seem like an eternity. Even worse? Your seemingly dry mani ending up in a crinkled mess. Luckily, Incoco®’s easy-to-use nail polish strips create a flawless manicure without worrying about smudging or streaking. This perfect-for-spring collection features three chic designs: Freshly Picked, a white base color accented with adorable pink flowers, Pink Parasol, a chic pink print, and Spring Vines, an aqua blue base coat with a nifty art deco pattern. Best of all, the strips last up to two weeks and come off with regular polish remover.
The design was a little cutesy for my taste and they were essentially stickers that didn't stick all that well. I tried a few and gave up when they clearly weren't working. No thank you.1
I did not like this product. The pattern I received was called Spring Vines and it was way to crazy for my tastes. I stilled applied them and it just looked like I had weird stickers on my nails. Not a fan.1
They worked well. I liked the subtle pattern. Very cute!5
Not a fan of the pattern & color so I wouldn't use the product1
I have been the nail polish appliques and have not known what to think. I would not have been motivated to use the product unless it was in my Birch Box. They were fairly easy to apply and stretch to fit my nail, so they were great for me when I was low on time. The downfall is that they chip fairly easily.3
I'm generally a fan of nail stickers; although the size and shape of each sticker is rarely perfectly match my nails, I find the convenience of sticking them on and being done with it worthwhile. The pattern of the sample I received (peach background with small pink flowers) is very sweet and great for spring. Though not congruous with my style, it's fine enough to keep on for a week or so. I noticed very slight chipping for the first time a few days after I applied the stickers, although it's also worth noting that my nails tend to crack easily and I unpacked a shipment (many cardboard boxes) at work in those first few days, so I'm not sure I gave them the fairest chance at longevity. The directions are simple and clear, which I always appreciate. It took me all of six minutes to figure out which shape best fit each nail, apply them, and toss a top coat over. This product claims to include a base coat, design, and top coat all in the sticker, but I find adding a top coat gives it a little more security. I'm debating adding a layer of glitter to jazz them up a bit. Price seems to be fairly standard--Sally Hansen stickers seem to run a few dollars cheaper, Essie is the same, Sephora likely has some pricier options.4
Absolutely love how simple this was. And I love the design.5
I Thought they were very easy to apply. I received the spring vines style and loved the blue and even received compliments on them and the color. But they did chip away within a couple of days.4
I watched all of the tutorials and read the advice and what not, and it didn't stick to my nails at all. Really wish it did because it was the cutest design. Maybe I just got a bad batch because what I received wasn't sticky at all.1
I was really excited when I saw these nail applications in the box as I've been wanting to try something similar for a really long time but been holding off. I applied these on a bench at an outside mall while I waited for someone so I didn't think they would go on right or last wrong, boy, was I wrong. A week later, they're still on, I've broken a nail and washed my hair and they are still intact. I didn't realize they are stretchable before applying them and I have really thick, wide nails so a few of them aren't fully covered but now I now you can stretch them. I found a kiosk at my outlet mall with a million more choices and picked up a different set.5