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Incoco Nails de--activated Andorra 715 posts
16th Oct '12

So I decided to be a Mama Cat for Halloween and I wanted to do my nails in some spooky theme. I looked up the Incoco nail strips and I love what they have for Halloween '12 plus it's safer being pregnant, no mess with painting or going to the salon to pay $25 on a mani. One thing though do any of you ladies know a place that sells them at a lower price or where to get coupons? considering my Fiance and I are on a major budget now I wanted to stock up on them for my toes and fingers little by little.

-A- Due October 22; 1 child; Pearl City, Hawaii 1341 posts
16th Oct '12
Quoting grizzy:" So I decided to be a Mama Cat for Halloween and I wanted to do my nails in some spooky theme. I looked ... [snip!] ... considering my Fiance and I are on a major budget now I wanted to stock up on them for my toes and fingers little by little."


wal-mart or taget

Spackgirrl Due July 3; 35 kids; Kansas 2897 posts
16th Oct '12
Quoting grizzy:" So I decided to be a Mama Cat for Halloween and I wanted to do my nails in some spooky theme. I looked ... [snip!] ... considering my Fiance and I are on a major budget now I wanted to stock up on them for my toes and fingers little by little."

Have you seen Jamberry? You put them on with a haridryer and can use a hairdryer to get them off so no yucky fumes. They are around $10 a sheet which is enough for you fingers and toes.

de--activated Andorra 715 posts
16th Oct '12
Quoting -A M A N d A:" wal-mart or taget "


Walgreens isn't selling them anymore just sally h and target has very few selections.

Spackgirrl Due July 3; 35 kids; Kansas 2897 posts
16th Oct '12

Ok so I was wrong they are $15 a sheet unless you buy a lot and then they are $10 a sheet. FYI the ones from walmart would be ok for a few days but then chip. Jamberry is vinyl. Yes vinyl! They are the rage here. I found some Halloween ones...
http://www.jamberrynails.net/home/products.aspx?id=59

de--activated Andorra 715 posts
16th Oct '12
Quoting Spackgirrl:" Have you seen Jamberry? You put them on with a haridryer and can use a hairdryer to get them off so no yucky fumes. They are around $10 a sheet which is enough for you fingers and toes."


Hmmmm I don't know how I feel about that I would need to find a consultant... the whole blow dryer thing seems like extra work lol

Spackgirrl Due July 3; 35 kids; Kansas 2897 posts
16th Oct '12
Quoting grizzy:" Hmmmm I don't know how I feel about that I would need to find a consultant... the whole blow dryer thing seems like extra work lol"

Lol they are super neat. You are in Texas. I am sure there is consultants around you somewhere. If it's only for a day or two then the ones from target and stuff would prob be ok. Have fun :)

de--activated Andorra 715 posts
16th Oct '12

To be honest I'll be fine with the prices :) I'll just stock up and my DF is the one purchasing them which shouldn't be a big deal because I don't ask for a lot anyways. I want to find ways of saving money and still having my nails done which I don't do often now since I'm not single so my toes will go jacked up for a while lol. I don't really do my hands because of the price and just do my toes at the salon but I've decided I can do my own mani and learn to do a pedi to save some cash, the strips will help me TONS for the painting part that I'm so bad at.

de--activated Andorra 715 posts
16th Oct '12
Quoting Spackgirrl:" Lol they are super neat. You are in Texas. I am sure there is consultants around you somewhere. If it's only for a day or two then the ones from target and stuff would prob be ok. Have fun :)"


thanks girl! :)