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Winstonia Nail Wrap Review – Pastel Impressions

Daisy and I received nail wraps from Winstonia for review! We received two different nail designs, and decided to split them up so that we could have two different experiences and opinions on the nail wraps.

Click on the more link to read about my review of the nail wraps and see more pics!

Petite Peinture: Winstonia Nail Wraps Review - Pastel Impressions

The package is straight forward. On the back you get pretty easy instructions on how to apply the nail wraps.

Petite Peinture: Winstonia Nail Wraps Review - Pastel Impressions
Petite Peinture: Winstonia Nail Wraps Review - Pastel Impressions

In the package you receive 20 nail wraps of varying sizes. You also get a small nail file to file off the excess wraps, so that’s really nice.

Petite Peinture: Winstonia Nail Wraps Review - Pastel Impressions
Petite Peinture: Winstonia Nail Wraps Review - Pastel Impressions

The nail wraps are covered in a sheet of plastic, so you can handle them with ease as you find the right size for each finger nail.

Petite Peinture: Winstonia Nail Wraps Review - Pastel Impressions

After you’ve applied on the nail wrap, follow the instructions and carefully file off the excess.

Apply a top coat, and voila! There you have it. Easy nails done in minutes.

Petite Peinture: Winstonia Nail Wraps Review - Pastel Impressions
Petite Peinture: Winstonia Nail Wraps Review - Pastel Impressions
Petite Peinture: Winstonia Nail Wraps Review - Pastel Impressions

I think my only con is that when I applied my Deborah Lippmann Addicted to Speed Topcoat, there were parts of the nail wrap that started to wrinkle. Which you can probably see in some of the photos. They looked perfectly smooth before the top coat went on, so I was pleased with how it applied. The top coat is a good thing to do since it will help seal the wraps, but I didn’t like how it affected the wraps. I’ll have to see what top coats and what techniques will keep it from shriveling up. Overall, the Winstonia nail wraps were easy to apply and easy to wear. I don’t see it having too many issues with wear and tear.

To get Pastel Impressions, the design that I’m wearing in this review, click here!

For other designs, visit the Winstonia Store. The nail wraps cost $7.95 on their website.

Disclaimer: Colors on monitors may vary and affect the actual color of the product. Products shown here were sent to Petite Peinture for an honest review. All opinions are strictly our own.

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4 thoughts on “Winstonia Nail Wrap Review – Pastel Impressions

  1. Kim

    Have you tried Jamberry? I haven’t yet but was thinking about possibly hosting a party as a way for me (and friends) to try them out. I wonder what your thoughts are if you have.

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    1. RathyRathy Post author

      These are the first nail wraps I’ve ever used, so I can’t say how it would compare to others. I’m assuming they generally work in a similar fashion. But I’m sure a nail party will be all kinds of fun regardless!

      Reply
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