Hello 🙂 I don’t have any pictures of the final day of wear from the OMG Nail Strip Nail Foils, but they were still lasting well, but with more tip wear. I decided to pick them off because I was tired of the tip wear and creases. The red part came off in one piece (it was sort of plastic-like), the silver I picked off slowly and used nail polish remover. Here are the claims made by the packaging and website and how they held up:
100% Shiny (Nail Foil Packaging)
- The nail foil strips were very shiny and metallic, this claim was definitely true.
Zero Drying Time (Nail Foil Packaging and here)
- There was no drying time as they are essentially stickers.
Zero Smudging or Smearing (Nail Foil Packaging and here)
- While there was no smudging or smearing, I did experience wrinkles/creases which for me is the same thing (the difference being that smudging/smearing occurs in nail polish and wrinkles/creases occur in nail stickers).
16 Shiny Metallic Nail Foil Strips (here)
- There were sixteen shiny metallic nail foil strips enclosed in the packaging.
Quick and Easy to Apply (here)
- The nail foil strips were quick to apply, however, not exactly easy. The nail foils required a blow dryer and even then, creases/wrinkles still occurred.
Overall I liked these nail foils. They lasted longer than the nail polish strips (twice as long). The nail foils lasted 3 days and 4 nights. Perhaps the wrinkles/creases would not have occurred if I was more experienced in applying nail foils, but with practice I’m sure these could be applied with little to no creases/wrinkles.
*The products reviewed in this post were provided to me by a representative of the company in exchange for a product review. See Disclosure for more information*
The website for their nail foil strips is http://www.omgnailstrips.com/nail-foil-strips
The website for their regular polish strips is http://www.omgnailstrips.com/nail-polish-strips
The website for their main website is http://www.omgnailstrips.com