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Monday, June 23, 2014

imPRESS Nails


ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

imPRESS Press-on Manicure is made with Revolutionary SafeHold™ Adhesive Technology which ensures nails stay on and eliminates damage to natural nails. More flexible than other artificial nails, imPRESS provides a comfortable fit and durable, lasting wear—twice as long as other press-on nails. A salon-perfect manicure that’s available in short or medium lengths and a broad selection of gorgeous colors, on-trend designs, and sparkling glitter styles—all with an ultra-gel shine!

How to Apply:
  1. Select the correct nail size for each finger; tab side aligns with cuticle.
  2. Cleanse natural nails with enclosed prep pad.
  3. Peel off backing to uncover adhesive.
  4. Align nail with cuticle.
  5. Press down firmly in the middle, then firmly on each side of nail. Apply thumb nails last.
  6. To remove, just peel off from the side.
imPRESS Press-on Manicure is available in Canada for $8.99 – 10.99 at Walmart, Target, London Drugs, Jean Coutu, Katz, Loblaws, and other major drugstores.
For more information and how-to videos, visit imPRESSmanicure.com.


The Good Stuff
  • Quick and easy to use
  • So many differnt and beautiful patterns and colours
  • You can have pretty nails in under 10 minutes (can even be done while watching an episode of Dr Who)
  • Extremely affordable and can be purchased in easy to find locations
  • Seriously even an idiot like me can put them on 
  • Doesn`t ruin the nail underneath when they come off


The Not So Good Stuff
  • They catch on my hair and almost rip off (FYI - I am not a girly girl, so this could also be that I didn't put them on right)
  • They really come off easy
  • They feel like you have fake nails on (again I am not a girly girl and I am a mom who works in a book store, so just remember that.  I work with my hands a lot, so it would be a miracle for anything to stay on my nails)


Broadway Nails can be found

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