So I wanted to try Nail Foils but I'm not sure where to buy from. All of the videos that I've watched say that they bought theirs from this website dollarnailart.com . I've looked on that website and it looks kind of sketchy. I was wondering if any of you have tried it, and what you thought. Also where you bought them from. I would want to buy them form a store rather than a website, but all of the beauty stores that I can think of only carry "Hair Foils". Anyway, Help would be much appreciated
Whatever you do don't waste your money on "Trendy Nail Wraps" junk,junk,junk...they don't stay on and are a waste of time and money. Nail foil looks like silver leaf (non toxic)which you can get at really any craft store for 5-7 dollars and just apply it with basic manicure tools.
I've seen them all over the place. Target, cvs, ulta, Claire's and icings. Claire's and icings have their own brand that works well but the more general stores carry Sally Hanson which gives you more foils and a greater range of sizes. The prices I've seen range from $6.00 - $13 (for the 20+ foils SH sells) and they are super easy to apply (goes on clean in like no time at all), last at least a full week and the designs are amazing.
Just be sure to buff and clean nails, and put a clear coat over to seal.
I don't know about metallic ones, but the Incoco Dry Nail Appliques are AMAZING. I'm currently wearing theirs in Yellow Bikini, and they're excellent. I'd also say the Sally Hansen ones are okay. The one thing to be careful of is really cheap ones which aren't nail polish at all, they're just foil stickers - I've used those a couple of times, they just peel off after like a day. You can tell if they're actually polish when you open them, it kinda smells like nail polish. They're really good though, and so much easier and less time consuming than actual nail polish! The Incoco ones have heaps of just plain colours with sparkle, but they also have a french tips kit, which looks really gorgeous and professional on, but without the hassle of painting the tips on!
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