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Review: Joe Fresh Nail Strips

So it seems as though everyone's doing the nail strips these days, huh?  I was in Joe Fresh the other day an found a set of three Christmas-y themed nail strips for $10.  Not bad, let's take a look at how they actually are on.  

Because their website is terrible, I can't actually show you which ones these are but they came in a gift packaged box with three designs - snowflakes, red and white stripes and a silver glitter.  I'm usually a little sceptical of nail strips, especially after a rather disastrous run-in with China Glaze strips.   Looking at them closely, they did seem to be nail polish strips instead just stickers.  I can't stand the stickers, they peel off almost immediately and are difficult to get to fit to your nail.  I cleaned my nails ready for application and got to work - I have a tutorial here, if you want to see how I apply them.  They seemed to apply like the nail polish strips but soon I noticed peeling.  Peeling! On my thumbnail!  After 15 minutes! Stupid stickers.  







The Verdict:  By far the best nail stickers I've used.  But they're still stickers.  If you're into that, they're a pretty good deal for 3 for 10.  Otherwise stick to Sally Hansen's.

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  1. Really pretty desing I love snowflakes! too bad they peeled so soon :(

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