If there is one thing I have is strong nails, they don’t really break, I can grow them easily and apart from some staining they are quite good. I wish that instead I had strong, thick hair but I don’t! This means I haven’t ever really been too interested in fake nails however at the National Beauty Bloggers Event I got some press on nails applied.
Some of the reasons as to why I never tried fake nails are because I always thought acrylics ruined you nails and that press on nails like these never lasted longer than a day but I thought I would try these Kiss nails nonetheless.
Nails day 1
I got these applied by the lady at the event, but they were applied basically how I would apply them at home. My nails were in fact a little longer then the false nails so my nails had to filed slightly, if I were to do them myself I would clip the whole of my nail down.
The box contains 28 nails in 14 different sizes, pink gel glue, a mini file and a manicure stick. The nails come with small little tabs which you use to apply the nail and then twist and bend to remove the self-tab.
Nails day 7
The box claims that they will last 7days and I did manage to get 7 days wear out of them, however I was one nail down on the second day as I managed to bang my nail really hard. I still think it’s great that 9 of the nails lasted a whole week! Towards the final day they still looked great but the glue was becoming a little loss on some nails and they did need to be removed. I also really liked the length of the nails, these were called real short and although they are not long they aren’t extremely short either. The length makes them very practical and natural looking, but Kiss does also make a petite set which are even shorter.
Kiss has a good range of natural looking nails in a variety of lengths.
However if you are looking for a more colourful and fun look then they do have a range that may cater to your needs, the Broadway range has a variety of different colours and patterns.
To remove the nails there is a Nail remover product which I would highly recommend, you simply soak your nails in it and 10 or so minutes later they will all have melted of, It also a rough surface to help you remove the nails. My nails were left basically as good as they were before and I don’t really feel that they harmed my real nails.
I would recommend these nails to people who are looking for easy to apply, natural looking nails (or not if you chose to try the Broadway range) they retail for about £8 (available from Boots) so are far cheaper then getting acrylics in a salon. I think I will reach for these when I have events to go to and I want my nails to look great!
What do you think of these nails?