Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Incoco Instant Nail Polish Remover

You know how hard cheap-o glitters can be to remove sometimes, this Chelsea glitter was one dollar, but very dense and gritty.  I would normally remove it with the foil method, but Incoco sent me this jar that smelled great, and I decided to try it.  I followed their site instructions: "For easy polish removal, insert finger into one of the three sponge openings, twist and remove. The liquid will condition and moisturize your cuticles and nails while removing old polish", and it worked perfectly.  On the fifth picture, you can see that the pink foam doesn't look used up after this (all 10 fingernails), so I think this product is meant to last a while.  I timed the whole thing, and it literally takes 80 seconds for the nail polish to be completely removed (this is 3 coats + the tamer which can be hard to remove + basecoat and topcoat).  Same time for removal of the Incoco Dry Nail Polish Appliques, 1min20sec.  Shown on the last picture, is the nail polish removed halfway, that is what it looks like after 40 seconds have passed.  Pretty nifty, the second time I used it, I managed to do this with one hand, I learned to twist the jar with my thumb (with my phone on my lap on stopwatch setting) and I actually typed this as I removed my nail polish.

Where to order: http://www.incoco.com/ color chart here

Layering Order:
2 coats Essie Smooth Sailing
1 coat Chelsea 721 Amethyst Gem
1 coat Glitter Tamer
CND Speedy Topcoat

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