Recently, I was sent 2 sets of Broadway Nails imPress press-on nails.
Now these are Broadway Nails newest invention. They are peel and stick nails.
And boy, are they super easy to apply!
The nails come in packages that look like nails polish bottles.
There are so many styles to choose from too.
Each set of nails comes with one prep pad package. It's used to clean the natural nails before placing the press-on nails onto them. To me, the pad smells like rubbing alcohol. I had a little bit of polish on a nail, and it didn't remove the polish.
The nail container top twists off like a polish bottle.
The nail containers, opened.
The directions are pretty straight forward. The email I received also suggested to press the nails during the first 30 minutes of wear, and avoid water contact during that time, to insure maximum adhesiveness.
I was worried about these nails because of my two "problems:" Short nail beds, and flat nail beds.
However, I really had nothing to worry about. These imPress nails are real short length, and they are flexible at the base. Instead of me having to fill up the gap of space between the arch of the artificial nail and my flat bed nail, these conform to my nails.
The package says they last up to 7 days. We will see. I'm still in the middle of packing and living, ie: washing my hair, dishes, hands, etc. If they actually stay on for 7 days, these might be my newest nail obsession.
Have you tried these imPress nails yet? What are your thoughts? When they are removed, there is no damage to the natural because there is no glue. Does that make you more eager to try them?
Let me know your thoughts in the comments...
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