For today’s post I really wanted to talk about press on nails as they’re so convenient but so many people don’t use them or don’t know about them.
I’ve been using them for years and they’re also great for when you want to give your nails a break from nail polish/shellac/gel.
I personally hate having plain, naked nails haha. I love having painted nails but my nails are so fragile that they chip so easily and get weak very easily. When I need a break from polish, I love putting press ons.
There so easy to put on and have no drying time haha!
How To Make Them Last
Kiss Impress Nails: get the ones that already come with the sticker attached to them. Having the sticker already manufactured on the nail is the best for the nails sticking on your natural nail.
Rub your nails with the prep pad or rubbing alcohol on a cotton pad (this will make the press on nails stick better to your natural nail and ensure they don’t come out and there’s no oil or debris on your natural nails)
Press the nail on your natural nail and hold it and press it on your nail for it to stick.
Voila! It should last you a few days 🙂
I’ve also tried this type of Kiss Nails but unfortunately they pop off very easily :
These don’t come with the stickers already stuck onto them. They come with stickers in the box and glue.
These nails are stunning and I wished they came with the stickers manufactured on because it makes such a big difference.
These would always pop off or fly off haha.
It’s not the same putting the stickers on VS it already being manufactured with it. I tried nail glue but even with the glue it would pop off and it would damage my nails which is the last thing anyone wants.
But, even impress has super pretty styles… these are some of the new ones I purchased recently
You can find these press on nails at Walmart, Pharmacies, Amazon and… the Impress Manicure website:
On their website they also have pedicure options.
Hope you all enjoyed this post and let me know if you like press on nails and your experience with them! Don’t forget to subscribe down below for a free sensitive skin guide! 🙂