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Nailease Nail Art Strip Review // Leopard

Morning all you bloggers! I apologise to the very few lovely people I've met and mentioned to that I'm starting to blog, for taking so long. Everything got in the way, holiday, birthday, sickness bug and distractions every time I go to write. This morning for example a missing hamster, he's only some how got out of a done up cage and ended up in the kitchen bin. Thank god I checked the bin (from past experiences with this daredevil hamster) ...it was bin day! He's safe now. So with every disaster out of the way time for my first post.

Here's my "review" on the Nailease nail art strips that range from 5.99 to 6.99.
The Nailease nail strips are no doubt the best out there for your money. In these sets you get 20 nail strips all in various sizes that are perfect fit. Most companies only give 12 or 16. With Nailease i was able to do both hands and feet. I've seen some companies, charge £15 for a set to do both hands and feet. Oh and you don't need to use a hairdryer or any other heat for these!


I received these for my birthday. Boots sell about 4 or 5 designs. Animal print, plain pink, plain plum, french tips < (which I really want to try) and dotty. Nailease do so many designs on their website, I don't know why boots only have five designs especially since the pink and plum aren't particularly nice shades and boring? In my opinion nail strips/wraps are to cheat at nail art rather than quickness and no drying time. Other designs on the website include, all different animal prints including glitter versions, half moon in various colours (for all you who love that nail look and cant do it), tribal, floral, more dots, hearts, stripes and 25 plain colours.


The application of these nail strips is so simple. I'd recommend to apply on both toes and finger nails or have a friend as once open they're hard to seal up completely and will dry out. The packet includes 20 stickers, cuticle stick and nail file. I preferred to use my own. These stickers are supposed to have a topcoat on already, after a few hours including washing up and cooking two tips had chipped, I'd recommend using your own topcoat on top. They lasted 8 days on my fingers. They're still going on my toes and no chips!! I won't post a photo of my toes on the Internet! To apply, have clean nails and pick the best size match to your nail. Peel back the clear plastic film and place onto the nail. Fold over the excess sticker and file downwards. Any small gaps can be filled by rubbing the sticker to stretch. And repeat! It can get difficult if you have small toe nails, but this only takes a little longer. I used the cuticle stick to break off excess sticker from the sides. Much cheaper than going to a salon and better than my local salons if I'm honest.


I've received so many compliments about these nail stickers, family, friends, neighbours, strangers and the Internet. Ohh.. and they are my real natural nails.
Defiantly give these a try! I look forward to trying more of their designs and ordering from other companies I've found.

20 comments

  1. Wow these look really cool, I really want to try them! I LOVE the pattern of them. Awesome first post!

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  2. Gorgeous nails!! :] I love the sicker things! :]

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  3. I tried the Sally Hansen ones before and they turned out great. Thanks for following me, I'm now following you :)

    That’s So Fletch
    xo, Jay

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  4. @sophie thanks :)
    @ohyouprettythings thanks, theyre worth the try!
    @jay fletch ooo didn't know they did sally hansen, but then the uk sucks for sally hansen :( thanks x

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  5. They look really nice :) been wanting to buy them for a while :) xx

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  6. Hey hun, they look great, I am so excited about all of these new nail stickers, I have been having Minx applied to my toes at a salon but really want to start doing my own because it will be much cheaper! Great blog, I am following, perhaps you could take a look at mine and follow me too?? xx

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  7. Ohh i'll have to pick up some of them. Your nails look great! xo

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  8. Thank you for following my blog - really hope you enjoy it!
    I'm now following yours back & looking forward to reading some more from you!
    R. - beautyshewrites.blogspot.com
    ps - that nail file so mega cute! x

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  9. Cool nails!!! I love them.. now following you!
    xoxo asiahlynn

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  10. That looks utterly amazing! x

    sharpest-lives@blogspot.com

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  11. I LOVE them they look very cute!
    thelittlepetite.blogspot.com/ I'm a new follower!

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  12. Your nails are amazing!! I've tried these before and loved them xxx


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  13. these look super on you, better than the plain ones i tired actually x

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  14. wow love the leopard print nails, been thinking about trying the strips for a while!

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  15. wow i wish i can make my nails longer! i love your nail polish!!!

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  16. Wow! These look great! Might have to have a look in Boots for some of these as I'm crap at nail art! xx

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  17. LOVE these nails hun!! gorgeous! xxx

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  18. They look gorgeous hun :) I've just used some wraps this week, I love them :-) xx

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  19. Thanks for all the lovely comments :) x

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