The 8 Best Places to Buy Stylish Nail Polish Strips and Stickers

Quality manicures can be expensive. Throw in some intricate nail art on top of the normal mani bill and a trip to the nail salon can add up to hundreds of dollars. (OML!) And while it’s definitely cheaper to paint your nails at home, there’s no denying that it’s much messier. (Not to mention the polish on your dominant hand always ends up looking a little wonky.) Enter: Nail polish strips and stickers.

Nail polish strips and stickers can give you an at-home mani (or pedi) option that skips the hefty price point. They’re mess-free, cheaper, and easy to apply to your own nails yourself—no nail technician required. Nail polish strips and stickers are the easiest and cheapest way to achieve that fancy nail art look you may want but don’t want to pay for. So where can you buy quality nail polish strips and stickers?

Amazon has tons of nail polish stickers and strips in stock for relatively low prices.
AMAZON

As you can probably imagine, Amazon is totally a top spot for buying nail polish stickers and strips. The online retailer has a massive variety of brands, colors, and styles, so you can find almost anything you want. Plus, buying on Amazon is significantly more cost-effective than, say, buying one or two sheets at a drug or beauty supply store. That’s because Amazon sells packs of nail polish strip and sticker sheets in bulk for low prices. Why buy one sheet for $5 when you can snag 14 sheets for less than $10?

Buy at Amazon.

For $9, a Magic Press Design from DashingDiva includes 30 nails, a nail file, mani stick, and a prep pad.
DASHINGDIVA

Dashing Diva is one of the premiere nail polish sticker brands, and their website is an awesome resource for a variety of styles. At Dashing Diva, you can find everything from metallic French manis and glossy styles, and there’s even a kids’ nail art section featuring dinosaur and fruit-themed nail stickers. How cute! Prices range anywhere from $6 to $9, and if you don’t want to buy on the website, the following retailers stock Dashing Diva, too: Ulta, Target, Walmart, Sally Beauty, Face Values, CVS, H.E.B., and Walgreens.

Buy at Dashing Diva.

Handmade nail tattoo sheets on Etsy range from $2 to $10.
ETSY

When you think of Etsy, nail polish stickers and strips may not immediately come to mind—more like antiques, candles, and knitted scarves—but this handmade retailer site is a secret treasure trove of stick-on nail polish options. You can find everything from individual nail stickers to full-on polish strips, and prices generally range from $2 to $10. The coolest part about shopping nail polish strips and stickers on Etsy is that you’re purchasing a design that’s completely handmade. It’s a treat-yourself option that’s just as beautiful—but much more inexpensive!—than the nail salon.

Buy at Etsy.

Inspired by iconic actress Pam Grier—aka Foxy Brown—these geometric-slash-leopard stick-on nail decals make a statement.
MANIME

ManiMe falls at the top of the budget, but based on reviews, ratings, and the cultlike following the relatively new beauty brand has amassed, it’s for good reason. ManiMe stick-on manis range between $15 and $25, but you really get what you pay for. Highlights include nontoxic, cruelty-free, and 10-free gel designs. These nail polish stickers also last the longest out of some on this list—anywhere from 10 to 14 days (though we recommend proper maintenance, filing, and a top coat to really extend the mani’s longevity). Most important, users love how easy the application and removal processes are. Unlike some gel options, ManiMes peel off in seconds after a quick warm-water soak. And putting them on is just as easy.

Buy at ManiMe.

Flamingos, palm trees, and coconuts on every finger make for a vacation-friendly mani that you can pop on at any point.
OLIVE AND JUNE

If Olive and June sounds familiar, it’s likely because their popular Mani System is all over Instagram and TikTok. But it’s not just liquid polishes that Olive and June is known for. It also makes some pretty great nail polish sticker options to upgrade your mani to the next level. While they’re not full-on polish strips, Olive and June’s nail art designs are some of the funkiest and quirkiest we’ve seen: flamingos, coconuts, palm trees, snacks, and furry friends. They’re also super easy to apply (once your nails dry) and peel right off with ease when you’re done.

Buy at Olive and June.

Ulta Beauty has a vast array of nail polish stickers, strips, and wraps—both online and in stores.
ULTA

Another super popular nail polish wraps brand is Scratch, which is available for purchase at Ulta Beauty. One package of Scratch designs comes with 16 nail wraps (in eight different sizes for the ultimate, customizable fit), one cuticle pusher, and a mini nail file and buffer. These nail wraps are designed by a nail artist—shout-out to @ninanailedit!—and are made with real five-free nail polish. But Scratch isn’t the only brand that Ulta carries. You’ll also find Dashing Diva and Ulta’s own brand of nail wraps there, too.

Buy at Ulta Beauty.

Most of the nail polish stickers available at Walgreens cost less than $6.
WALGREENS

While Walgreens doesn’t have a particularly big selection of nail polish stickers and strips, you can find the popular brand Dashing Diva there—both online and in stores. It’s the perfect choice if you’re working inside a budget, too, because most of the options are marked down to less than $6!

Buy at Walgreens.

Walmart has one of the biggest selections of nail polish stickers.
WALMART

Walmart.com has pages upon pages of nail sticker and strip options, so if it’s selection you’re looking for, it’s definitely a top contender. At Walmart you’ll find some of the most popular nail polish sticker brands like Dashing Diva, Incoco, Sally Hansen, and more. With the option to buy packs of sheets, there’s a lot of value in shopping for nail wraps at Walmart, too. Whether you’re looking for solid colors, crazy nail art, gloss, glitter, or intricate patterns, Walmart has it all.

Buy at Walmart.

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