Friday, July 3, 2015

Fourth of July 2015 Appliques by Incoco

Hip hip hooray! It is time to show off a couple Incoco nail appliques from the Made in America Collection. This is perfect because sometimes I'm too lazy to do nail art, like now. xD Keep reading to see how these nail wraps look on the nail! :)

Incoco Nail Appliques: Americana (top) & Made in America (bottom)

The first Incoco nail applique that I have for you is Americana which they describe as glittery stars and stripes in vintage hues. I really loved how this pattern looked in the package, but I personally don't think they look too hot on my nails.  

I do think they're very pretty though!

I am holding 3D Silver by L.A. Girls if you were wondering. ;) Because these are Incoco appliques, you don't need ANY polish. In fact, Incoco appliques are made out of 100% polish which is super sweet! It means that removal is just a cotton ball + acetone like any other nail polish manicure. :)

Next up we have Made in America appliques which are a shimmery silver patriotic design of stars and stripes.

I had the exact opposite problem with these appliques compared to the Americana ones. I thought they looked odd just as nail strips, but as soon as I put them on my nails, they actually look good!

I am pleasantly surprised with how these turned out. :) Hence, the couple extra photos I posted of Made in America. ;) 

Final Thoughts: Incoco has done it again with these festive nail art appliques! If you're looking for a super quick and fashionable 4th of July manicure, Incoco can definitely help you. If you need more information on Incoco, check out my full review here. These are definitely my favorite brand of nail wraps and luckily you can purchase them online or in select Walgreens stores! 

Which Incoco 4th of July Applique do you like most? Americana or Made in America?

Your Polish Pal,

*I was provided the product(s) to review. I was not paid to give this review. This is my honest opinion based on my personal experience with the product(s).


  1. Those are some fun fourth of july nail wraps!

  2. I find it odd that people like to use pleasantly surprised.... there is no such word, only surprise or shock.