Are you ready for some high fashion nail wraps (stickers) that support a great cause? NCLA partnered with Glamour as part of Fashion Gives Back to create four Limited Edition Nail Wraps. Signature prints featured in the Resort 2013 collections of 10 Crosby Derek Lam, Bibhu Mohapatra, L’Wren Scott and Peter Som, are transformed into limited-edition nail decals exclusively for Glamour.
These are not nail polish wraps. Instead they are true stickers. The directions are simple!
- Clean your nails with nail polish remover. Apply a coat of clear polish. LET DRY!
- Choose correct size for each nail. Peel from the sheet by the flap. Wraps can be worn bottoms up!
- Apply the round side against the cuticle. Nail wrap can be removed and stretched to fit perfectly.
- Once in position, firmly flatten the wrap starting from the cuticle. Repeat to remove all air bubbles, until completely flat.
- Use the nail file (provided) to remove any excess. File in a downward motion. Apply another coat of clear polish for seal and shine! Repeat on all nails.
I found these nail wraps easy to apply. Unlike other stickers, these did NOT damage my nails, as the clear base coat provided a barrier between the sticker and my nail!
All four versions of the limited-edition nail wrap kits will be sold exclusively at select Barneys Co-op stores and shopncla.com starting December 4. Easy to apply at home, each $16 kit contains enough wraps for three to four manicures. Five dollars of every kit sold goes to Girls Who Code, a nonprofit that helps young women pursue careers in technology and engineering.
About Girls Who Code
Launched in Spring 2012, Girls Who Code is working to educate, inspire, and equip high school girls with the skills and resources to pursue careers in engineering and technology and become more engaged and empowered citizens. Together with leading educators, engineers, and entrepreneurs, Girls Who Code has developed a new model for computer science education, pairing intensive instruction in robotics, web design, and mobile development with high-touch mentorship led by the industry's top female developers and entrepreneurs. In its inaugural program, Girls Who Code empowered young women from New York City and will launch programs in cities across the country in 2013.
Los Angeles based NCLA launched in 2011 with a collection of bright bold easy-to-apply runway and street style inspired nail wraps. A line of vibrant long-lasting 5-free cruelty-free made in LA nail lacquers soon followed. NCLA has been releasing new collections of eye-popping solid, metallic, and glitter shades and fashion forward nail wraps each season since. Nail Wraps + Nail Lacquer retail for $16.00 USD and are available worldwide in over 200 fine retailers including: Harvey Nichols, Kitson, Nordstrom, and ShopNCLA.com. They wish they all could be California girls. Now they can be with NCLA.