A year ago, I wrote a blog post on nail polish strips. I was curious about them. Would they work as well as they say they would? (I didn't think so.) Would they look cheesy? (I thought so.) Were they a waste of money? (I thought so.)
I'll be honest and say that I never did try them, but my interest is peaked again. But only because of the reviews that have been coming through from real users - They are all positive reviews.
Check out our latest article, 6 Brands of Nail Polish Strips to Try. After doing research, I've decided that I'm going to try the Incoco Nail Polish Strips because of the great reviews they seem to get from their users. They also have the biggest selection in both print and solid color.
At the end of the article is an area where you can post your own review of the nail polish strips that you've used. There's even a place to share a picture of your manicure - good or bad!
*update* - I spoke with a representative from Incoco who explained that some of the nail polish strips aren't actually nail polish at all, but basically stickers that can crinkle easily. Incoco, Sally Hansen and Sephora brand strips are indeed dry nail polish.
Picture provided by Incoco: Golden Lattice Nail Polish Strips
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