FAQ and tips

frequently asked questions

What are Incoco nail polish appliqués?

Incoco nail appliqués are real nail polish in a dry strip form, with base coat, color coat and top coat compressed into one layer. It's a quick, easy way to give yourself a salon-quality manicure without any mess or wait time.

What are Incoco nail polish appliqués made from?

Incoco nail appliqués are made from 100% real nail polish. Please click HERE to see the complete ingredients listing.

How long does it last?

Your Incoco manicure will last up to 14 days. Incoco strips are more concentrated than liquid polish, so they are more chip-resistant and last longer.

How do I find the right size?

An Incoco manicure set consists of two sheets each containing 8 double-ended strips. To find the correct size for your nail, simply check the strip against your finger, choosing the one that closest matches your nail size. Gently stretch the strip (horizontally to make it wider, or vertically to make it more narrow) for a perfect fit.

How do I remove Incoco from my nails?

Since Incoco is made of 100% nail polish, you can use regular nail polish remover.

Does Incoco contain any formaldehyde, DBP (dibutyl phthalate) or toluene?

No, Incoco nail polish appliqués are 3-free!

What if it looks like I can just peel it off?

When you open the package, the strips are about 95% dry - which makes them flexible and repositionable. They need 15 to 30 minutes to completely set to your nails.

What if I don't think I'd be able to apply it on my own?

It takes a little bit of practice, but you'll get used to it quickly. Don't worry about making mistakes, since you can reposition the strips during application.

Where is Incoco made?

Incoco is developed and manufactured in New Jersey, USA

Is Incoco available internationally?

Incoco is a fast growing, global cosmetics company, actively reaching out to many international locations.

tips & tricks


For the best results, clean and buff nails lightly. Push back cuticles.


Use immediately after opening. Air will cause the nail polish to become dry.


Don't worry about making mistakes. The strips can be repositioned.


Apply thumbs last. Start with pinky and work toward index.


To remove, use regular nail polish remover.