How to apply nail polish strips
Wash your hands and nails with washing up liquid, or alcohol wipes. Push back cuticles. Choose the strip that best fits your nail and cut off a piece that is slightly longer than your nail. Peel off the top clear plastic layer, then trim the strip if necessary, then peel off the backing. Carefully place the strip at your cuticle and smooth it down onto your nail, working from the middle of the nail, then out towards the edges, ensuring any wrinkles are smoothed out. Use a nail file to file off any excess (hold the nail file vertical to the end of your nail and file in a downwards direction). We recommend not getting your nails wet for at least 2 hours after application.
Colour and glitter disclaimer
Printed colours and glitter placement may look different to on screen images, due to differences in computer screen settings, and variations in printing batches.
We often share photos of our customers' manicures. These photos often feature our nail polish strips with a gel, or nail polish top coat.
Have you received something you didn't order? Don't worry! It's just a freebie from us. As a thank you to our amazing customers, we add an extra free design to some randomly selected orders each week.
Other useful information and tips
For most people, most nail polish strips usually last 1-2 weeks. We recommend using a top coat. Some top coats are not compatible with nail polish strips, so please test any new top coat out on one nail first.
Our products use minimal packaging, are vegan and have never been tested on animals.
Most people get at least 1-2 manicures out of one packet.
After opening your strips, you can reseal them, or tape the packaging closed. This helps the remaining strips last longer, so you can use them later on. We recommend using your strips within 12 months of the purchase date, as they can start to dry out over time and become less effective.
You can trim any strips to fit your nail shape better. Please do not try to tear or stretch them.
Nail polish strips do not require the use of a heater during the application process.
Nail polish strips can usually be worn on top of acrylic nails.
How to remove nail polish strips
You can remove most nail polish strips with nail polish remover. Alternatively, you can use a cuticle pusher to break the seal around the edge of the strip and use a cotton tip dipped in nail polish remover to slowly and gently lift the strips from your nail. Coconut oil can also help in the removal of nail polish strips. Please make sure you do not peel them straight off your nails, as this can damage the top layer of the nail.
Refund and return policy
No returns for a change of mind.
All items are quality checked before being shipped. If you do receive a faulty item, please contact us within 7 calendar days of receiving your order to request a replacement.
All of our prices are listed in Australian Dollars, but we do offer worldwide shipping! You will be charged in Australian Dollars, and your bank will convert this amount into your local currency. Some banks may charge a fee for this process.
We offer many different types of nail polish strips. They are separated into multiple categories; Budget Mini Sheets, Luxe Mini Sheets, Budget Strips, Classic Strips, Luxe Strips, Kids, and our Exclusive Collection. Each collection may contain different types of wraps, with different textures, and different prices.
Our nail products are 10 free, which means they are free of the 10 toxic ingredients often found in regular nail polish.
We sell a number of different types of nail polish strips, which contain different combinations of some of the following ingredients;
N-Butyl Acetate, Polyacrylic Acid, Styrene/lsoprene Copolymer, Hydrogenated Poly, Ethyl Acetate, Dipentaerythrityl, Hexaacrylate, Hydroxypropyl Methacrylate, Nitrocellulose, Silicon Dioxide, Alkyd Resin, Polyglucose, Polyurethane, Polylactide, Vinisol. Please ensure you do not use our products if you are have an allergy to any of these ingredients.