Saturday, July 26, 2014

INNI Nails

Hello everyone!

I have some nail wraps by INNI to share with you all today! I was approached by Candice and Katja, (founders of INNI nails) to try out their nail wraps. I had some mixed feelings about nail wraps because

1. I barely use nail wraps
2. The thought of stretching something across my long nails downward sounded painful
3. My nails curve like Kim Kardashian

I was skeptical, but I was excited to try them out. The thing I really liked most about INNI's concept is that they have the largest collection of nail wraps, purely because they are 100% customisable. You can go to their website and design your own wraps - how genius is that?

I received my set of three nail wraps with a file in a branded envelope. It was a bit damaged on its way to me, but none of the contents were affected.



I forgot to get the picture before I started using it!

I must admit, I did not do a very good job applying these on for the first time. My nails are extremely curvy, so I wasn't sure how to get it to lay flat on my nail and secondly, I thought it might be too short for my nail length (thank god I shortened them a couple days ago, otherwise they really wouldn't have fit).

I did a pretty crappy job on my left hand, but when I got the hang of it for my right hand, it was quite easy to use. The vinyl is thick, but flexible so you can stretch it out to fit your nails. Do be mindful when stretching too much, you will shorten the sides. My first application on my left hand wasn't the best since it wrinkled a bit on the sides. Of course when I figured it out, my right hand application was a lot better (haha).

There is a grey section at the bottom of the wraps that help determine the size you need for your nails. This was extremely handy, because all you need to do is wrap it around your nail and you can easily see which one will fit on your nail. They do suggest that if you can't decide between 2 sizes, go for the smaller size, but I went for the bigger size because I knew I would be doing some stretching and the larger size when stretched will accommodate for the sides of my nails.

Also, as you can see, there are so many sizes available, so you can rest assured you will find a size that fits!


See the difference? The right one was a lot smoother than my left attempt.

My verdict - I really like the idea of having customisable nail wraps. They were easy to use and definitely something fun to try when you are looking for something durable with low maintenance. As for wear, I will come back to this post and update. I most definitely will be looking to get a set with my adorable pugs on it!

You can create and purchase your own set of INNI nail wraps on their website.

Spread the love and go check them out!


Linda

*Products were supplied for review*

5 comments:

  1. Your address is viewable in the second pic

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    1. oh right, I totally missed that! Thanks for the heads up

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  2. I love nail wraps - I'll have to check out their site.

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  3. That's so pretty! I have never tried out nail wraps before but now I'm kind of wanting to go out and buy some.

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