Hands that imPRESS in an Instant with Nails Much Better Than Bare
Nails are a fashion statement, and nail art has been elevated by designers with amazing runway looks during Fashion Week to must-haves
For the average, busy women, just getting a regular manicure or doing it at home can be a challenge. Sometimes there just isn’t time even for a quick nail polish change.
If you have an important event or if you snag a nail and break it just at the wrong time (it’s the worst when you’re traveling), there may be no way to get to a salon or DIY a manicure.
Who wants to have to hide their hands in embarrassment because their nails look so bad?
Impress Press-on manicure nails by Broadway Nails offer immediate if temporary, relief from “nail humiliation.”
If you’re in a bridal party or you’re the bride, keeping a package of imPress Manicure nails on hand could save the day!
You can have sets of 30 nails with 24 regular nails (you choose the sizes that suit your hands the best) and 6 “accent” nails which include glittery nails, and even “hearts and flowers” that let you personalize your manicure.
Amazingly, they’re just $6.99 a package, in six different styles from faux nail art (E.g. the black and white “Flash Mob” with three black glitter accent nails) to bold gold nails with two white flowers to place anywhere you want “TweetHeart”) and more pink and glitter and crystal accents in-between!
These are all available in mass market drugstores like Rite Aid, CS, Walgreens and Walmart. Save your manicure and your vacation and be sure to put a package of press on nails in your carry-on bag. You never know when you’ll need it!
In the “old days” I’d use press on nails for a party, but like Cinderella’s coach, they’d be gone by midnight. Today’s Press on Nails can really take a beating and they won’t fall off.
If you type ten or more hours a day as I do a press on nail has to really be tough, and these new, imPRess nails can stay on up to a week.
They’re got a patented, pressure sensitive adhesive that lasts even if you are washing dishes or carrying packages.
I love that these are also waterproof, and have the kind of shine you aren’t likely to get (or keep) with normal wear of polish alone.
You’ll get a “perfect 10” set of beautifully colored and manicured nails that you just “press on” and forget about them (at least for a while).
Traditionally, the accent nail is your fourth or ring finger, but I broke a pointer fingernail. Using “Symphony,” a set of pink nails with three glittery accent nails to choose from, I added a glitter nail to my pointer finger in seconds.
Prep your nail with the included pad, pull the clear backing off of your selected nail, and press it on.
That’s it. If you want to remove the nail, just gently pull it away from the sides of your nail. You can even file these if you want. I’m typing with the imPRESS nail on as I’m writing this review…no issues at all!
Check out all the imPREss nails on the ImPress Press on Manicure Web Site!