Thank you for stopping by today. I promised and I am delivering a review of one of my favorite beauty products, Kiss Impress Press on Nails. I found out about this fast, long-lasting alternative to gel manicure (which can make your nails brittle, FYI) sometime last year from a friend and I have been hooked since then. I received products from KISS for my review in June but like I mentioned above I have been using their products way before this opportunity, so you know you are getting an honest review. If you are always on the go, don’t have the time to go to the nail shop, love having pretty nails and want to save money while still having pretty nails, keep reading this product is for you. Also I am giving away one set of KISS Impress to a reader and a friend.
If you follow the instructions that comes with the product to the T, you will have no issues with it. Keyword being, following every single step. Don’t skip any step because you will end up with nails that come off easily and we don’t want that.
Step to applying KISS Impress Nails
Wash and dry your hands afterwards.
Ensure your nails are nicely trimmed/ cut down including those stubborn cuticles.
Use the included alcohol pad to clean your nails and your nail bed.
Open the package and begin to match the nail to yours. The key is to pick the ones that covers your entire nail but doesn’t cover your cuticle, that’s the only way it will look natural. There are numbers on every single nail, so once you pick one for one hand, you have done the work for both hands.
Peel off the adhesive on the back of the nail and apply a little bit of pressure to ensure it sticks. The correct way to apply it, is to make sure the side with the number is visible (pretty much the side without the number is what you apply on your nail bed.
Do not dip your hands in water for up to 1 hour after applying the nails.
Voila, you are done. You can choose to file your nails down with the nail filer included.
This whole process takes me about 10 minutes.
My favorite ones are the oval shaped nails.
I run a baking business, so you know my hands are always in water quite often. I have found this product lasts even with this. It lasts about 10 to 14 days. I love that they come in different designs and they are inexpensive. You can get up to 2 uses out of the set of 30 nails in a pack. Taking it off is simple, just peel off the nails using a manicure tool such as this or any angled object.They cost about $6.99 per pack. You can find them at your local pharmacy store, Walmart, Target stores or online via Amazon. Give this product a try and let me know what you think.
Giveaway (August 5-August 12, open to all my readers)
Here are the simple rules to win a set for you and a friend
-Like my Facebook page and leave a comment under this post
-Like this post on my Instagram page and leave a comment (that is the only way I can get back to you if you win.)
Thank you and have a nice weekend!