How to DIY Your Own Nail Wraps
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How to DIY Your Own Nail Wraps

With GCal alerts popping up even on our off-duty days, it’s rare we get the chance to slip into a nail salon, let alone bust out the beauty goods to make our at-home manis as pro as possible. So you can imagine how our hearts a-fluttered when we stumbled upon Inni, a website and monthly subscription service dedicated to turning your DIY designs — from photos to text to chic splashes of color — into easy-to-apply nail wraps sent straight to your door.

Kind of like a Society6 for nail art, Inni is the place to find and create one-of-a-kind, nail-ready designs. Forget crossing your fingers for your drugstore’s nail wrap selection to bulk up beyond glittery cheetah print — use Inni’s open studio tool to select custom solid colors, create beautiful multi-hue ombres and upload high-res graphics to suit your mood or to match that brand-new dress. Or simply choose the nail art from the existing gallery of quirky designs, including lush floral prints and intricate geometric prints you just could not with traditional mani tools. Oh, and even pop culture gems like your fave pic of Ryan Gosling (hey girl, really) are out there ready to cover your tips.

For $19.90 a month, or roughly one salon mani visit, Inni will ship those R.Gos nail wraps (’cause duh) + two other additional Insta-worthy designs straight to you, or pick single designs to keep as backup for those days when you need a no-fuss alternative to polish. Guaranteed to last up to 10 days without the need for a clear topcoat, the chip-resistant nail vinyls take just minutes to apply, plus they peel off for easy removal. Since each sheet features 26 vinyls, overshooting at 13 decals per hand, Innis are guaranteed to fit nearly any nail bed big or small, so you can pull a Bey and Blue and match your paws with your mini’s… maybe with these Beyoncé nail wraps?

Would you try Inni? What custom designs would you create to stick on your digits? Tell us in the comments below.