[Review] Emery & Co. Nail Stickers

Over the years, the nail care industry has been booming. This includes the types of manicure that were invented too. From basic nail polishes to acrylics (nail extensions) to dip powders. But all those manicure types require time to watch it to dry.

And for some of us, we don’t have time for that. That is why nail stickers were invented. No mess, no hassle and no waiting time. All you have to do is pick your preferred choice of design, fit it according to your nails, stick it on and file it.

Lucky for you, Emery & Co. got you covered. The new, locally established nail art sticker & wrap company is inspired by cultures, expressions and emotions from all over the world. Their designs came from all corners of earth: exotic sandy lagoons windy moonlit moors and dusky urban jungles bathed in neon light.

Here, you will be spoiled for choice. Here are some of their designs that are minimalistic and sassy at the same time.

We will be reviewing their nail wraps based on time taken to wear them and the end look of the nail wraps.

We got their De Cresendo and Shanties nail art wraps for us to try. As the company is a local brand, we did not have to pay for any shipping fee. In the set, it came with:

  • 16 nail stickers of different sizes
  • 1 mini nail filer
  • 1 cuticle pusher

We followed step-by-step that were provided at the back of the packaging. They also have the guide on their website too for you to follow.

So this was how it went:

Firstly, we picked the design we wanted and aligned it according to our nail. Before that, we use alcohol swaps to remove any excess oil that may be present on our nails. This allows that nails to last for at least two weeks.

After which we remove the top layer of protective sheet then the bottom layer. This step was wasn’t so difficult unless you have slightly short nails, you might have struggle trying to pick the sticker layer off.

We then stick on to the nail and pressed on it to make sure its sits securely.

After which, we slathered the nail with a good layer of top coat. We used Sally Hansen Doubly Duty – Base & Top Coat which we got from Watsons.

Step 1: Fit & PasteStep 2: FileStep 3: Top Coat (Optional)
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And we were done! Here’s our overall thoughts on the product. Firstly, the designs that are available are super minimalistic and it give you a sophisticated vibe when you have them on you.

De cresendo nail wraps
Shanties nail wraps

Secondly, the application of the nail wraps were easy and fuss-free and it took about 15 minutes or so to put them on. However, the steps were straight-forward and if you’re a beginner, it would be easy for you to follow through.

Lastly, the wraps did not have any strong chemical smell like how other nail products would have. The end finish looked just like normal nail polish, but with a sassier touch.

In conclusion, Emery & Co. nail wraps are really easy and convenient to use. Its nothing like nail polish where if you make a mistake, you have to remove every thing all over again. This nail wraps doesn’t have that trouble, you simply remove it and re-adjust the sticker accordingly.

And if you ever got bored of it, you can change it up by removing the sticker of your nail. No hassle at all. A good thing about the 16 nail stickers is that you can use them twice if your nails are short.

Overall, Emery & Co. is BRUTALLY APPROVED.

FYI, they are having an exclusive giveaway where you can stand a chance to win an application session + 1 additional set of nail wraps! All you have to do is follow the instructions and you can be one of the 25 lucky winners. Their campaign will last til 5 July. Take a pic of your bare nails to stand a chance!

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