Review: Elegant Touch Envy Wraps - Silver Bengal Metallic

Today I have another wonderful product to show you from the company Elegant Touch.  It is one of their Envy Wraps in Silver Bengal Metallic.  Elegant Touch is a popular nail company from the UK, and had recently touched the US shores.  They carry various false nail collections and not to mention wraps as well.  You could find their wonderful items at an ULTA shop near you and online site.  

A glamorous way for women to extend fashion to their own fingertips – not to mention a huge celebrity trend right now! Envy Wraps are simple to apply and stay perfect for up to 10 days with no smudging, chips or drying time!  -Elegant Touch

In one package of Envy Wraps (not to be confused with Envy Wraps Bling) there are 24 nail wraps that could be used for your fingers as well as your toes.
I wasn't sure what a Bengal was but I knew these were animal prints.  So like I always say "Google is your friend," that's exactly what I did.
The Bengal is a hybrid breed of domestic cat. Bengals result from crossing a domestic feline with an Asian leopard cat (ALC), Prionailurus bengalensis bengalensis.
The Bengal cat has a desirable "wild" appearance with large spots, rosettes, and a light/white belly, and a body structure reminiscent of the ALC.[1] The Bengal possesses a gentle domestic cat temperament, provided it is separated by at least three generations from the original crossing between a domestic feline and an ALC. -Wikipedia
I learned something new!  How awesome does that cat look?  I am not a cat person honestly, due to the fact my kid is highly allergic to them, but I think the Bengal Cat looks nifty!

The Silver Bengal Metallic is a wonderful animal print and makes it easier to spice up the typical animal prints for nails with a metallic shiny background.  The color is basically metallic silver and black.  Just like their other collections it comes with a mini nail file.
As you can see in the instructions and diagram (which is very helpful for those who are unsure how to use a nail wrap), you use the nail file to file off any excess parts of the wrap.  The way I do it though is position the wrap upon my nail, clip the length that is not needed, and then file.  It just makes it easier for me.  I love that these do not lose its adhesive structure as you try to position it upon your nail.  So you could keep moving it around until you get it right!

I find this wrap to be very versatile since you really do not need to do a full sheet on all of your nails.  It's your choice, but I figured I would show you what else you could do with them.  I decided to cut a few of the nail wraps.  I only cut up three of them basically to achieve this.  So you still have a bunch of leftovers for another nail look in the future.
My base color is from Sinful Colors and it is called Slate.
You could also have one of the nail wraps to be just an accent nail between your other nail work.  These last up to a week if you applied it properly and sealed off the edge of your nail.  A quick and easy nail look when you're on the go or just have no time.  It enhances your nails so much more and not to mention eye catching especially when the light hits it.

If you do get it and use it, please make sure you apply it properly, file those edges, and seal it up.  Do not get your hands wet for at least 30 minutes.  If you do it will lessen the time these could be worn.

The Silver Bengal Metallic goes for $6.99 and could be found at ULTA stores/online.  It may seem pricey to some, but I find them to be just right with the way they look.  Not to mention they are versatile, so it's not a waste in one go!

They have other designs as well:  Gold Bengal, and Zebra.

**I was given these for review purposes and in no way am I entitled to give it a positive review.  This is my own personal take upon it.

Have you tried out Elegant Touch Envy Wraps before?  What do you think about nail wraps?

Thank you for checking out my review, and I hope you have a wonderful day lovely.