A set of press-on nails can last you for quite some time! Wondering about their lifespan as well as their upkeep? Here’s all that you should know!
Dealing with press on nails can be tricky since you can play around and experiment with many different kinds, and sticking to one design only can be hard. These are artificial nails that are already shaped into a manicured nail, colored in a specific way, and are sold at a lower price point than any other artificial manicure, or manicure service! If you are thinking about getting press on nails, here’s all you should know about them, and their lifespan!
What Are Press On Nails?
Press on nails are the same form of fake nails (like your nail extensions or acrylics) which have previously been molded to cover your entire nail bed. There are over hundreds of designs available, and there are many different lengths, shapes, colors, as well as kinds to choose from. They can be sold at a store, online, or even at your salon. These nails are perfect for women who want a quick & easy manicure that they can do on their own and at home! Press on nails are lightweight, as well as easy to apply even if you have no experience whatsoever.
How Long Will They Last?
Their lifespan can vary depending on your skill set, as well as the use of your preferred materials. The most important part is to use a lash glue or lash adhesive that has a good hold. By using a better, more expensive, and a lash glue of higher quality, you can expect your nails to last anywhere from 4-7 days. This is also perfect for those who are into switching up their manicures often, as well as women who get easily fed up with their nail polish color.
How To Apply Them?
Press on nails will come in a box of 10-15 nails (depending on the kind you purchase). These are very straightforward and easy to apply.
All you have to do is figure out which press to place on top of your natural nail. Make sure you measure it right, think about its size, length, as well as width. Your nails should be free of any product, as well as polish. Clean your nail beds with acetone and add the glue that comes in the set. Apply the glue to the nail and wait 10 seconds for it to harden. Once it does, place down the nail!
How To Remove Press On Nails?
Your press on nails have a shorter life span, which means that they will fall off on their own. However, if you can’t wait for this to happen, you can remove them on your own! The press-on will unglue with some help of soap & water, as well as 5-10 minutes of your tame. You should soak them and see how they lift on their own. Once fully removed, wash away and remove any glue residue, and coat them in clear nail polish.