Tuesday, September 18, 2012
China Glaze Real Nail Polish Strips: Review & Demo
How pretty is the pattern on my new China Glaze Real Nail Polish Strips? The royal blue background and dainty white floral overlay makes for a very elegant nail design that reminds me of the beautiful patterns featured on expensive dishes.
These strips are from nailpolishcanada.com. Beyond Baroque is the pattern that I tried, and you can find it by clicking HERE. The company also carries many other designs that you can check out HERE.
Please note that nailpolishcanada.com ships to the USA as well. For most products, the company offers free shipping on Canadian orders over $29 and US orders over $50; however, these strips ship for free with no minimum order amount!
The product comes with 16 strips, a nail file, a wooden stick, and a pamphlet with step by step instructions for application. I found the strips very easy to apply, and they remained in good shape for a full seven days.
I like the shiny finish on the strips and the way they make your nails appear as though you just had a professional manicure. Another bonus is that you don’t have to wait for your nails to dry after applying them; hence, there is no risk of smudges.
At only $11 per package, these strips are perfect for those of you who want the luxury of a professional manicure in the privacy of your own home for less than half the cost of a salon visit. The application process is also less time consuming than painting your nails with a regular nail polish, and it eliminates the harsh fumes that often waft out of nail polish bottles and spread toxins through the air that humans and animals can breathe in.
I have more photos below of the final look
Hope you enjoy!
*Although the company sent me these strips to try out and write a review on, all opinions are honest and are my own*
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