*Press SamplesHi everyone, welcome to Saturday! I hope your weekend is going well. I am recovering from a bad bout of food poisoning from yesterday (accidentally eating moldy brownies)! To be fair, the package said they were good until January. I did manage to go out to spend some of my Christmas money this morning and found some awesome deals on the Mariah Carey OPI collection at Ulta.
Today I have the second half of the Incoco strips that I received for review. I thought these three designs would be really good for New Years. I think if there's any time of the year for glitter, it would be New Years :) All three designs are from the current Merry & Bright Winter Collection.
First up is Giftwrapped, which is a red and black plaid design. I saved this one for the more traditional nail design route. I still find it acceptable to wear winter and Christmas designs through New Years and this one is just so cute.
These strips applied just fine. I've never had any trouble applying Incoco strips and the three in this post were no exception. The only negative thing I have to say about this design was that they were slighly sheer and did show a bit of visible nail line in real life (not so much in the pictures though).
Next up...my two favorites from this collection combined into one glittery mani :) The two designs below are called After Party (chunky blue glitter on a black background) and Galactic Glitz (pink, purple, green, and gold glitter on a black background). I really liked both of these and loved how the black base made the glitter really pop!
I think the glitter strips applied more easily than some of the sheerer strips, like the red, because they are slightly thicker. I didn't have any problem with removal either, they are much easier to remove than regular glitter polish.
Overall I continue to be very impressed with the designs Incoco comes out with. I especially loved the glitter from this collection. Incoco strips can be found here.
*Products in this post were received for review in exchange for my honest opinion.