Can you believe I have never actually gotten a manicure or pedicure? I never wanted to take the time to either make an appointment or sit there while having it done. The price was another negative for me. So I would do my own nails and have nice results for a few days until it started chipping. The last nail polish I used (a gel) left my nails dry and they started peeling. That has never happened to me before. It took at least a month for them to get back to normal. Busy women don't want to spend the time and money on manicures that only last a week, maybe two. I know I don't!
- 24 nails + 6 accent nails
- 12 sizes
- Prep pad
- Mini file
- Manicure stick
I love the accent nails that are included, it makes nail art simple for people like me! I don't have the patience or talent for doing this on my own. I tried it once and it looked awful. I had to remove it because I didn't want anyone to see how bad it looked. As you can see in the photos, I used the Bells & Whistles color/design, which is a light teal or bluish-green color. The accent nail makes it all pop, without being too busy.
When you are ready to remove the nails, you carefully pull up until it comes free. As you can see, I did not file the nails much at all, which I would normally do because these would be too long for me. I would end up catching them on something and ripping it off. Since I am constantly washing my hands and scrubbing on something, these stayed on for about 6 days. Then I had to completely remove them because the edges were lifting.
You can purchase imPRESS press-on manicure nails at retail stores nationwide, like Walgreens for about $7.99 per kit. You can find out more on their website at impressmanicure.com, and follow them on social media for the latest updates: