Monday, 20 June 2011

Nailease Nail Art Strips

 Nail wraps and nail art have become very popular in magazines and on blogs however both can be time consuming and expensive so when I heard about Nailease Nail art strips I just had to try them!
 They come in a variety of colours and patterns to sit everyone! For £5.99 you get 20 strips, a nail buffer and cutticle stick. The strips all vary in size so you can use the one which best fits your nails.

The instructions
'1. Select the size that fits your nail

2. Gently remove clear film from top of the nail sticker then gently remove the clear film from bottom of the nail sticker holding the silver strip. 


3. Hold the nail sticker by the silver strip and place the rounded side at nail base sticky side down. Note you can gentle pull off and reposition without damaging the strip.


4. Firmly smooth the nail surface until wrinkle free. Note you can gentle stretch vertically and horizontally for a wrinkle free surface.


5. Fold the excess of the nail strip under the nail. Then gently file of the excess in a downward motion' 

 I was really worried that these would be hard to apply and that I would struggle to get them straight, find one the right size and remove the clear film however everything went perfectly. It was very quick especially considering it was my first time and I even done my second hand in the car that's how easy it is! I love that these don't have to be heated meaning they are very easy to apply. Unlike other nail wraps they stick very well and aren't thick meaning they don't start to peel at the edges. I kept mine on for 6 days and removed simply because i was getting a little tip wear, in reality I would say they last just as long (if not longer) then normal nail polish (and you don't even need to wait for them to dry!)

I would recommend these to everyone that likes the idea of nail wraps/nail art as they are currently my favourite nail product. They are perfect for doing on the train or aeroplane as they have no smell and I will be buying some to take on holiday with me!

Can't wait to put these on my feet!

The Original, Trend and French Manicure NailEase strips are available online and in Boots stores.


Which colour should I try next?


Have you tried any nail wraps, what do you think?
Sabrina X
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9 comments:

  1. I like the leopard ones I've actually tried the Sally Hansen's nail strips and got so many compliments on them I loved them and lasted over two weeks! xo

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  2. I need to try them :P

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  3. These sound good. I've tried the nail wraps that need heating up and I ended up in a right mess. They were too thick so easily peeled off my nail.

    But might have to try these ones out!

    xx

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  4. These look so great! I would love to try these, the leopard print one looks nice :) Great post! xo

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  5. I've always wanted to try these but never knew how easy they would be to apply so thanks for sharing! How do you remove them? (sorry if it's a daft question)

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  6. In Boots? I think I'll give them a go, I was always a little bit scared of the stickers - that they can damage my nails etc. Thanks to your review I can see it can be really easy to do. :) Thanks!

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  7. wow, they look lovely! I think these are great, will definately try and get my hands on some good patterns. :) x

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  8. Ohhh i have some of these to try. Black with white poka dots! They look super simple to apply!

    Love.
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