Incoco Nail Strips are ‘made of 100% real nail polish’ with base coat and top coat included so you don’t need anything else for a full manicure. I don’t know how they do it, but I believe it. The strips are very thin and once they’re on the nail, nobody would be able to tell you didn’t paint them on yourself.
The Nail Strips
As I mentioned, they’re crazy easy to apply. They’re thin and flexible so, provided you get the technique right, they stick to every curve of your nail without leaving any unstuck edges or unwanted ridges. However, this also means they’re very fragile so you just have to be careful when you’re handling them. If you get the sticky side stuck to itself, don’t even try to save that strip, just move on to the next one!
After one failed attempt at applying these, I had the technique down. I started by just touching the strip in place at the base of my nail in the middle, then used my index finger to smooth it on in a strip right down the centre of my nail. From there I used my finger again with plenty of pressure to smooth it out towards the edges.
I folded the strip right over my nail edge and left it there for about 2 minutes to really adhere to the nail, then took a file to my nail tip to get rid of the excess. A few quick sweeps and all the excess was gone!
Unfortunately I haven’t had the chance to test these out for 14 day wear but I have worn them for 2+ days without a single chip.
I’d recommend Incoco Nail Strips to anybody, whether you’re a nail wrap aficionado or an absolute newbie. These are the best nail wraps I’ve had the honour of testing and the Spring collection is a must see!