Here is the final product on my nails. As you can see, I didn't do a very good job of applying them. They're a lot thinner than the Sally Hansen kind, which made it so much easier for me to tear them. I actually liked that they're thinner, though, because I felt that they adhered to my nail really well. It didn't feel like just a giant sticker on my nail, it really felt like real nail polish. Which is good, considering these are made of real nail polish. They come in a package with 12 total strips, in case you mess up a nail or need a different size.
I'm not quite sure what this pattern is called, but I like it. I couldn't find a name on the package, and I can't find it on their website, either. I'm guessing it must be Showstopper, even though the preview shows blue dots all over the nail (these have space in between the dots). I was impressed by how well they bonded to my nail, and how easy the ends were to file off. I applied one coat of clear topcoat over these to protect them, and I'm curious to see how long they last before peeling off.
Bottom Line: I would definitely be willing to purchase some Incoco strips and try applying them again. They are a bit pricey when you factor in shipping, but the base price is less than the Sally Hansen kind. I feel that these are high-quality upon application, I'll just have to see how long they last on my nails before chipping off. There are also tons of fun designs and colors to choose from.
*Disclaimer: I received these Incoco Nail Polish Appliques from a Tumblr user who received them in her Birchbox. I was not monetarily compensated for this review, and the honest opinions are entirely my own.