I got to choose two designs, and I have one of them for you today. This design is called Aly En Vogue, and is super pretty! Since I think that all-over patterns can sometimes be a bit much (and to extend the life of the packages of wraps) I prefer to use them as accent nails, which is what I chose to do with these!
Although it's not visible in the listing for these wraps, you can see in my first photo that the wraps come in two different colours: a pinky peach and a light eggshell yellow/nude. I used two of the peach-coloured wraps on my accent nails, and my other nails are three coats of Orly Prelude To A Kiss with BornPretty Store studs.
Along with the wraps, each package comes with a set of instructions and a nail file. These wraps were very easy to use: choose the size that best fits your nail, peel off, place on your nail, stretch and rub to remove any air bubbles or wrinkles, file off the excess at the edge, and top coat. The great thing about these is that if you don't get it on the first try, you can quickly remove it and try again. They were pretty stretchy, and it was super easy to get the completely smooth finish that I've been missing from other brands of wraps. In case I'm making no sense, ChrissyAi posted a video on applying these wraps!
I topped them with one coat of LaCC 2013 top coat, and then added a coat of Seche Vite right before photos for a perfectly shiny finish. These lasted for two whole days (through two showers, doing dishes, and multiple dance classes) with no signs of wear or any lifting. I'm sure they would have lasted longer, but I had lots of swatching to do and therefore had to remove them.
Honestly, my only problem with these wraps is that the designs aren't centered. Despite how pretty this design is, if you're as OCD as I am, I'd choose a design that doesn't need to be centered. They've got plenty to choose from!
NCLA Nail Wraps are now available for purchase through Nail Polish Canada for $16CAD per set of wraps; you can find this specific set here. To see the whole selection offered by NPC, clicky here. With 40 individual wraps in one set, you'll get a lot of manis, especially if you use them as accent nails!
What do you think of these wraps? I've tried quite a few brands of wraps now, and these have definitely hopped to the top of my list! :)
Disclaimer: The products in this post were provided for review and my honest opinion.