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THE KEY TO LONG LASTING PRESS ON NAILS

“You can't change the world, but you can change your nails.”



MY LOVE FOR PRESS ON NAILS


There are times where nail art is a must. But there are times you just can't make it to the nail salon. What do you do in the event that that happens? Press On Nails. I did not get into press on until I was pregnant because the smell of a nail salon would make me nauseous. oPrior to that I wasn't a fan of them because I felt like they didn't work. My interest in press ons carried over until I gave birth. Having long nails while nursing and taking care of a new born is not recommended. Now I press ons very often. I love them so much that I launch my own press on nails collection. Information on the collection with be further in this blog post. I will present 2 methods for applying press on nails but before lets talk about some benefits of wearing press on nails.


THE BENEFITS


They are super convenient. I would recommend it to working moms and just anyone with whom may not have the time to do so. It is less time consuming. Sometimes I just don't have the time to go to the salon because of my busy schedule. No need to worry about smudging your nails. No need to worry about the paint job fading. Not to mention those times when an event pops up out the woodwork and you need your nails to look the part. My influencers know this all too well. It is right up the alley of content creators who like to bring different looks on a regular basis. I must say it is inexpensive as well.



NAIL CARE AND PREP

  1. Clip nails to match shaping of press ons

  2. Clean cuticles

  3. Sand nails

  4. Wash hands


METHOD 1: ACRYLIC

ITEMS NEEDED


This method could last up to 3 weeks.

  1. Acrylic Nail Kit: Powder, Solution, Brush (Shop set I use here: KISS)

  2. Press On Nails

  3. Paper Towel

  4. Flat Surface

  5. Nail File (optional)


NAILS APPLICATION STEPS

  1. Prep and clean nails

  2. Match each pair of nails by number or size

  3. Dip acrylic powder in acrylic liquid

  4. Apply combination to nail

  5. Quickly press nails on top of solution

  6. Clean of excess acrylic

  7. Repeat 3-6 until all nails are complete

  8. Wash hands

  9. Moisturize hands


PRESS ON NAILS ACRYLIC METHOD TUTORIAL


Enjoy this YouTube tutorial on applying press on nails using the acrylic method




METHOD 2: NAIL GLUE


This method is great for a more temporary and less harsh look. Can last 7-14 days. Super glue is a better option for best results.



ITEMS NEEDED

  1. Press On Nails

  2. Nail Glue

  3. Flat Surface

  4. Nail File (optional)


NAILS APPLICATION STEPS

  1. Prep and clean nails

  2. Match each pair of nails by number or size

  3. Apply glue to press on nail or real nails

  4. Quickly press nails on top of

  5. Repeat 3 and 4 until all nails are complete

  6. Wash hands

  7. Moisturize hands


PRESS ON NAILS GLUE METHOD TUTORIAL


Enjoy this YouTube tutorial on applying press on nails using the glue method



GLUE METHOD BLOG POST


Below is a relevant blog post featuring the glue method.




PRESS ON NAILS COMPILATION


Check out these images featuring a variety of press on nails I've worn over time.

The blog post above has another compilation.


SHOP ACRYIC NAIL KIT



SHOP MY PRESS ON NAILS COLLECTION


Shop the entire collection here: Classify Beauty Claws

New spring arrivals added. Tons of colors and nail art available like the one below.

Product Details

Includes: Nails, Glue, Adhesive Tabs, and Nail file.
Wear up to 14 days with glue. Wear up to 7 days with adhesive tabs. Reusable


GLAM





WIG MAKING TUTORIAL




FULL GLAM MAKEUP TUTORIAL



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