Monday, July 9, 2012

ImPress Press on Manicure

I haven't used press on nails since I was like 17. I liked the way they made me feel and that they didn't damage my natural nails. Well when I was given the chance to try these out in my Influenster Mom VoxBox I was a little apprehensive to try them. I had a friend who tried some press on nails back in May for her birthday. Well while the nails were cute and the pattern was awesome. The nails didn't stay on through dinner. So she had to pop them off. That was a waste.
Well these aren't those kind nails. These are so much better than the ones my friend used. Way better. I put these nails on Saturday and they have held up and then some. It is now day 3 and they are still on. These have gone through cooking, cleaning, typing, showering, hair washing, and multiple other domestic chores. Especially lots of hand washing. These have not budged at all and all 10 are still on.
These nails come in a pack of 24 nail covers in 12 sizes so the odds of finding a size that fits the nail bed are better. This manicure took me all of 10 minutes which included finding the right size for each nail and applying. Which is very simple you have to just make sure you nails are dry and clean with no polish on. Then you use the supplied prep pad to clean your nails just to make sure there is no oil or any other stuff on them. Its that easy then peel off the tab making sure the tabbed part goes facing your nail bed. Then just lightly press and boom they are on and here to stay. I started with my pinkies then did my thumbs last. The nails also have small numbers on the bottom of the nail tip so that way you can remember which nail goes on which finger. These nails keep their shine and with no drying time your off and ready to go out. I wore these to a dinner on Sunday and on Monday as well. They also last up to a week and are easy to remove when the time comes with no damage to your natural nails unlike acrylics.
The only drawback was that some of the nails didn't cover the whole sides of my nail. That was alright because no one would really notice. The color I got was 060 Stiletto which at first looked like to dark of a color for me but, in the end it was a great color. There is a choice of 36 colors and patterns. These nails can be found at you local Walgreens, CVS, Walmart, Rite Aid, and Kmart's. These retail for $5.99-$7.99. If you want more information and a coupon please visit . I received this product complimentary to test from ImPress and Influenster for the Mom VoxBox.

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