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I haven't posted about them yet because I haven't tried applying them. I'm currently working on swatching a lot of polish, so I didn't want to apply the Inque nails and immediately have to take them off and waste them! But, when I get a chance to wear the same thing for more than a day, I'll do an application post about these.
In the meantime, here's a little information about Inque.
Inque Nails are a vinyl nail wrap- a little like a decal, a little like Minx. You apply them with heat and they stick to your nails, similar to the Minx process. Except, with Inque nails, you can pick and create your own designs and they're custom sized to your nails.
The first thing you have to do is register your nails. You take a picture of each hand (and/or each foot if you want Inque for your toes!) and they custom size all your designs to the shape of your nails. I'll explain this more in detail when I post my Inque tutorial.
There are a ton of designs to choose from, or you can create your very own style!
To give you an idea of what's available, here are some of their designs:
This is what the Inque nails look like when they're sized to your nails.
However, it's easier to see the detail in the patterns on unsized sheets, so I'll post the unsized ones for these pictures. Keep in mind that you'll get the sized type above once you register your nails, and they'll be perfectly fitted to your own nail shape.
A Little Cheetah
Dog Gone Crazy
Go Green (these might just be my favorite!)
Peacock 2 (Peacock 1 is only one feather)
Proud To Be
Right now they also have Superbowl designs, in case you're into that kinda thing and want to show some team spirit.
Those are the designs I chose, but there are over 200 designs to choose from. You can also submit your own images for a completely custom design. I'll do a more detailed post on application when I am able.
(These were sent to me for review.)