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September 21, 2015

IMPRESS NAILS REVIEW

I'm obsessed with nail polish. If you know me then you know that I rarely leave my nails bare, but recently I haven't had the time to get a manicure. Thankfully, I was sent two boxes of press on nails from imPRESS and I have to say, I'm impressed! Lol! But really though, they are holding up pretty good while looking almost like gel nails and I loooove me some gel nails!
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I was sent two boxes in harmlem shake and ecstatic cling. I chose to wear harlem shake because they looked the most natural and I love the glitter accent nail. The box came with instructions, a cleansing cloth and a nail file but I decided to use my own nail file. After washing my hands, I filed my nails down then cleansed my nails of any extra oils with the provided cleansing cloth. If you want the press on nails to last a little longer, stay away from any oil products while wearing them, especially around your cuticle because oil breaks down the glue.
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Next I went through the package (each box came with 24 nails) and picked out the press on nails that fit my natural nails the best. The nails come in all sizes. I usually go with the smallest nails because that's what fits mine the best. After I'm done picking the fake nails out, I simply peel the backing off and press it down on my nail. No drying time, no mess and really quick and easy!
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The last thing I like to do is file the fake nails a little, this helps to blend them in better. I also recommend filing the sides of the nails if the press on's are too wide for your finger.
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It's been a whole week and my nails are still intact. If you don't have time to get a manicure or paint your nails, pick up a box of imPRESS nails so you can always have them ready. You can purchase them at Walgreens for $7.99 also check them out at www.imPRESSmanicure.com

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