Rated 3.29 out of 5 stars
Jessica from Florida
If you are on the fence read the negative reviews....one person gave a negative review because they didn't give instructions how to use a sticker. Lol have you never used a sticker? Not trying to be mean but I'm pretty sure peel and stick wouldn't change their experience.
BritKay from Phoenix, AZ
These nail wraps are my absolute favorite, & I've used a lot of different brands. They're made from real nail polish, so they are thin, easy to remove, & much less damaging to your natural nails than other brands. I've used Dashing Diva (which are so highly rated on this site?!) & you're literally adhering plastic over your natural nails.
You have to use these within a few weeks of purchase, as they don't have a super long shelf life. Make sure any base color is extremely dry before applying these, and since they're made from nail polish, they require a top coat of clear polish to make them last. The best part is they are removed with regular polish remover - no damage to your natural nail trying to peel them off!
Pass from Texas
I love sticker polish. So fun and easy. This is my first time trying this brand. The application was super easy, easier to maneuver the sticker, but I had to YouTube how to, because the box didn't have instructions. I used a UV light to seal them, and writhing hours 3 of my stickers had already fallen off. Not buying again.
Cassey from San Antonio
Nope. Extremely difficult to use. Applied to a bare nail and the results were not pleasant. So I applied over two coats of polish and then applied a top coat. They lasted the night as I woke up the next day and they were already lifting. Bought three sets and used different techniques with the same results. Very disappointed.
Nemo from Valparaiso, In
I feel... like the ones leaving these scratch wraps bad stars simply don't now how to use them. Unlike other wraps, these are purely nail polish, that's why they're so thin. And yes, they don't always fit the nail, but if you get a cuticle remover and press the edges along, you can cut them off. You can also use cuticle remover. Also, maybe sure you don't touch the sticky part of the wrap with your skin, because the oil from your hands and fingers will get rid of the stickiness of the wraps. Find a pair of tweezers and it'll help you work them better.
Mo06 from California
These were so difficult to use. I use nail wraps all the time and these were so different to every other one I've used. They're so thin and fragile and they break easily. The designs are so pretty. But they flaked off if you didn't put a top coat on immediately. Also, there's only a few sizes to choose from, I have small nails and these were way too big for me.
Ssydlo from Kansas City
I love Nina and these wraps so much. They take a little but of practice because they're much thinner than other strips, but it's so worth the practice. Nina provides the best customer service as well. I like the Essie Gel top coat over these, and I always make sure to cap the tip and follow up with a second coat the next day. If you're putting these over a color, try to give the wet polish lots of time to dry. The lemons are one of my favorite designs!