Friday, May 31, 2013

NCLA Stephanie's Galaxy Nail Wraps: Review & Swatches

Always wanted to rock some galaxy nails without the hassle of creating them yourself? Then look no further, 'cuz it's NCLA Nail Wraps to the rescue! Their nail wraps in the Stephanie's Galaxy design give you instant galaxy nails with all of the cool factor and none of the creative confusion!

I was recently given the opportunity by the fine folks at Nail Polish Canada to try out some NCLA wraps and Stephanie's Galaxy is one of two designs I chose. (I did a review of the other design, Waxprint, last week. The wraps come in a ton of different designs, which you can browse through HERE) Each set of wraps comes with two sheets of 22 wraps each, plus a full size, nice quality nail file. You could create 3-4 manis from this set.

If you want to learn more about my experience applying these wraps, I discussed that at greater length in my review of the Waxprint wraps. But to sum it up, these are high quality, durable wraps that are easy to apply and look stunning on the nail. The wrap on my left index finger creased a bit around the edges after a few days of wear, but otherwise, these held up very well. You don't need any type of special adhesive or application process for these--just peel, place, smooth out any air bubbles or creases, seal with topcoat and you're done!

I have always admired galaxy manis but didn't dare attempt one on my own, so I'm really happy that something like this exists! NCLA's wraps are some of the easiest I've used and I love how many different variations of the design come with each set. You get plenty of variety to create a unique mani each time.

Have you ever tried any nail wraps, NCLA or otherwise? What are some of your favorites?

Disclosure: This product was sent to me for my honest review. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.


  1. Ahh! This print looks awesome!

  2. I hadn't heard of the NCLA wraps until I saw this post, but dang is this pattern pretty! I've never had much luck with nail wraps in general, though... but ya never know, these might be different! I'm curious - how long do these wraps usually last? The ones I've tried always peel off a bit after a couple days.

    1. These are probably the easiest wraps I've used, so maybe you will have more luck with these! I wore mine for about 3-4 days and they still looked good as new--no ripping or peeling. I think the key is to really press down and make sure they adhere to the nail, plus making sure to seal your tips once you put topcoat on. :)


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