illustration by matilde fogh

how do i apply the nail stickers correctly? 

do you remember the first time you applied mascara or rode a bike? it probably didn't work out exactly as you imagined. the same thing might be the case, the very first time you apply our stickers. don’t worry, we have got you covered. everything you need to know to make your manicure look good and long-lasting can be found on the “how to”- page. if you are still not satisfied, you can always use our 100 % satisfaction guarantee.  

do you need to have long nails to use the nail stickers? nail stickers are for any nail length. however, for the best results let your nails grow 2 mm out of the nail bed. This way you can file the excess nail sticker without damaging them with uneven edges from filing. 

how do i store the nail stickers correctly? 

storage of the nail stickers is important. as well as ordinary nail polish the nail stickers will dry out if exposed to air. therefore you have to make sure to keep them in an airtight bag. 

why and how should i use aftercare oil? 

having well-oiled nails helps to keep the layers of keratin bonded together and prevent the nail from peeling, which is not only good for the nails but makes your manicure look better and last longer. aftercare can be used as the last step in your manicure or after removing the nail stickers. it is based on jojoba oil because it has numerous caring benefits - not just for your nails, but for the whole body. use it under the eyes, on elbows, or dry spots. anywhere. 

why should i use a base coat? 

our primer polish is a base coat designed to be compatible with nail stickers, which is your guarantee for a good result. it will ensure that the nail stickers look good. it works by filling up the ridges in the nail surface, which enables the stickers to apply even and last long. as for now, primer polish is still under development. while you wait we strongly recommend you to use another high-quality base coat. to be sure to have a good experience we recommend cnd’s ridgefx nail surface enhancer. please note that our stickers are of such high quality that you skip the base coat if your nails have a healthy and even nail surface. however, we always recommend to use basecoat if your nails are fragile or ridged. if not this will dramatically affect the durability. 

what is the purpose of top coat? glaze is a top coat specially developed to protect the nail stickers and make them last longer. this is why you can consider glaze as an investment in good manicures, not just for longevity, but also for color, finish, and overall appearance. please note that our stickers are of such high quality that you skip the top coat if you only want to wear the stickers for a couple of days. however, we recommend to generally use top coat for the best experience. 

the primer polish is not available  

we are working as fast as we can to make primer polish e ready for you. while waiting make sure to use another high-quality base coat. in other words, don’t serve ketchup with sushi, it will ruin the taste. the best alternative at the moment are cnd’s ridgefx nail surface enhancer.

how do i remove the nail stickers?

you can remove the nail stickers after soaking them in hot water. we usually do it as the last step in the shower. if there should be any sticker residue remove it with nail polish remover. apply aftercare on your nails and cuticles.

what is nail stickers made of? 

the ingredients in the nail stickers are the same as most high-quality nail polishes but mixed in different proportions. also, all the ingredients are non-toxic, vegan, and cruelty-free and the production is SGS- approved (as well as all our other products), this means that our products are compliant with international regulations and standards. the stickers are “12-free” meaning that it does not contain formaldehyde, toluene, DBP, camphor, formaldehyde resin, xylene and don’t contain parabens, fragrances, phthalates, animal ingredients, ethyl tosylamide, and triphenyl phosphate. 

you can find the full list of ingredients here:

  • propenoic acid 
  • nitrocellulose
  • ethyl acetate
  • butyl acetate
  • acrylic polymer 
  • dipentaerythrityl
  • hexaacrylate
  • isopropyl alcohol
  • stearalkonium hectorite 

what is the top coat 'glaze' made of?

the full list of ingredients for our nail polish is as follows: 

  • butyl acetate 
  • ethyl acetate
  • nitrocellulose
  • acrylic resin 
  • triethyl citrate
  • anti-setting agent