Hey, hey! I am thrilled that Incoco (aka my favorite nail applique brand) sent me some of their appliques from their new Garden Daydreams Collection. :D I was sent a total of 4 different designs and didn't know where to start -- I was so overwhelmed by their adorable spring patterns. :) So, I decided to start off with my least favorite of the bunch.
I know it's horrible way to choose what to wear first... Think about it as "Wow! These are cute so the others should be even better!" in Jenna's opinion of course. ;) I am going to start off with the Apple Blossoms pattern. Keep reading to see how they turned out on the nail. :)
|Apple Blossoms Appliques by Incoco|
Incoco has never disappointed me! My initial review for this brand was back in July 2013 (my nails were super long back then...) and my feelings remain the same: I LOVE INCOCO.
If you're confused about what Incoco Appliques are or want to know why I rave about these products, go read that review. ;) It's so cool how these strips are actually made out of polish (not plastic) and are super easy to apply. In fact, I only used 3 total strips to do this entire hand instead of using 5 new ones for each nail. It saves you appliques that you can use for a future mani!
But anyway, back to a swatch of Apple Blossoms. I know you're probably thinking that I'm insane since these are my least favorite out of the bunch but trust me -- they're all so precious and I just don't think that Apple Blossoms look very good on me. :/ It's a gorgeous design! There is a pearly pink and purple base has a sponged effect and their are white blossoming branches. :) I just read the online description that Incoco writes about Apple Blossoms and it says: "The pale silhouette of flowering branches looks especially lovely over soft pinks and purples." I didn't know that this was supposed to have a base polish... I'm kind of confused but that factor may contribute to why I didn't really like this look on me. The design just didn't stand out.
But here is one last photo of Apple Blossoms by Incoco! I am actually surprised that the company suggests to lay this design over a base color -- Incoco is all about not having to use topcoats or basecoats. I might have to try that with this applique since I have extras (I don't like to waste things xD).
You can buy a set of Incoco Nail Apliques (8 different sizes, 16 appliques total in each set) for $8-$10 depending on the pattern you buy. :) I look forward to showing you all the rest of Incoco's Spring 2014 Garden Daydreams Collection this week!
Your Polish Pal,