Jamberry Launched the Next Wave of Gel Nail Polish
Nailene Lasting Impressions, Includes Glue, 77282
I live for press on nails, I used to be one of those girls in the nail shop every two weeks getting a fill I would always have acrylic nails, but I started to get bothered with how my natural nail looked when the acrylic nails came off. My nails were so weak and frail I ended up trying nexgen powder after that and the same thing happened. I found myself spending way to much money at the nail salon every two weeks. I ended up stumbling upon a DIY video on youtube on how to do your own acrylic nails I thought that itd help with the saving money situation but that didn't help the fact my nails were still getting damaged after the fact. I happened to find another video with press ons and how to make them look natural. after watching the video I ended up going to the store and stocking up on press ons. all colors designs lengths and shapes. everyone always complemented me on my nails and asked me where I got my nails done at and were always surprised when I told them my nails were press on. but ever since ive been using press on my nails are able to grow stronger without having to deal with the weak nail bed and breaking finger nails and ending up with num nums for fingers because the acrylic damaged your nail. these press ons are a good investment and I highly recommend all the ladies give them a try. I ended telling a co worker about them and she came to work the next day with her own press ons she was so excited to show me.
These aren't great. You put them on and basically it lasts maybe a solid 5 hours before you lose one nail...then attempt to put it back on and it just falls off again. Would not recommend
Glue on nails are okay but the ink thing is they don't last long like they would if you had acrylic I'm a repeat user there pretty good for if you need your nails done 💅🏽 really quick it's easy to apply with glue yea & they are more cheaper then going to the shop also they have different colors/variety
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