{Product Review} Incoco Nail Polish Applique Monday 14 October, 2013

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Here is a product review that I am excited to share with you all. I am not sure if you are aware, but I am a bit of a nail polish junkie.

I have been into nail art & designing since I was a teen. I would get my nails done, and then come home and put my own artwork on it. These were the days before you could by the nail art paint tools and brushes, so I improved quite a bit.

Now over the recent years, there has been a sudden nail art/design boom such as people are getting more creative with their nail designs and even DIY products such as nail polish pens and sticks to make at-home manicures more fun.


I was presented by Nikki of The Branding Bell(Pretty Polish Swap) a great gift to try out by a great company called Incoco. Incoco Nail Polish Applique. Incoco fuses together multiple coats of high-quality liquid nail polish into a single strip that results in brilliant, salon-quality manicures in just a few minutes! They are not stickers like other brands, they are made of REAL nail polish strips for easy application.

I was gifted with the Incoco Nail Essential Glitter Kit. This cute kit included : 5 different glitter applique designs, a nail buffer, nail file, nail clippers, cuticle pusher and nail polish remover packets. This kit is also known as FUN-IN-A-BOX. I couldn’t wait to try it out.

 

MY DESIGN | ELECTRIC WAVE

 

Now although I received the glitter collection, I decided to try out another design, Electric Wave (not included in the glitter kit) to showcase to you all. I recently went to New York for a family emergency, and I really didn’t have time to do my nails. So I took my nail applique to NY and when I landed I tried it out. It was so quick and easy! Best of all, I loved the outcome and the design was eye-popping and I repeatedly kept getting compliments on my designs.

Side note: It says you don’t have to put anything over or on top of it, but I did apply a top coat to preserve my design longer. 


Here are some of the sample designs and colors Incoco has to offer. So many varieties, themes, colors, designs to choose from. Even more options, if you are a french tip girl – they have to fun french tip designs to spice up you tips!


Here is a pictorial on how easy it is to apply the nail appliques. It’s as easy as 1-2-3…4!

My Final Verdict: I loved Incoco Nail Appliques. They have so many options of color and variety…and it was simple to use. They have several sizes to to fit your unique nail bed. For the chick that is always on the go (like me) and want a fashionable nails without having to worry about nail drying – this is a great option. Oh and they are affordable and less expensive than getting your nails designed by professionals.

So if you like nail art, but have a lazy streak sometimes and need cute nails in minutes…Incoco is what you need to try out for yourself. I will be shopping for more designs! Highly recommended!

 

Incoco Products Links | incoco.com | Facebook | Twitter

Love, Grace & Kissy Face

About the Blogger - Kiwi the Beauty


I am a not so typical, unstereotypical 20something year old lady who is trying to make my mark on this planet. This blog has many aspect through my visual perspective through photos, words & wittiness. I am highly creative, I love to socialize, and also a social media butterfly. I don’t follow trends, I create them.


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