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Review | Incoco Dry Nail Applique

April 27, 2010

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If nail polish is not your thing, but you’re dying to have something special on your digets for your wedding day, Incoco Dry Nail Appliques are the thing. for. you.

I tried these babies out a few weeks ago and I must admit – I was impressed. I’m a bit of “purist” when it comes to painting nails. I believe in the process filing, buffing, base coat, color coat, color coat, top coat, and watching paint dry. BUT! If you don’t have the budget to get your nails done or the time to do them yourself, you should try Incoco! They are made of real polish, just much less messy and much faster drying (in fact, they are already dry when you put them on)!

They are simple and easy to use. After your prep your nails (file and buff), you match each applique to each nail, then apply them one by one by pressing them on to each nail, stretching them to fit, and filing off the exces. It doesn’t take much work to make them look great, which is precisely why I like them!

Plus, while I kept mine on for three days, they would have stayed put much longer. As you can see on their website, the nail appliques can last for up to 14 days. When the polish is ready to come off, you can use the pre-soaked spongey pad included with each kit.

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