Monday, September 9, 2013

How To Make Press-On Nails Look and Last Like Acrylics





I have really ugly nails. My fingers are kind of chubby and my nails are thin and my nail beds are wide. It's just not cute. It doesn't help that I sometimes chew on my nails. I am also horrible at painting my nails. It always looks like a 7 year old painted them. I can't ever get the paint to last more than 2 days without chipping, either. Acrylics seemed like a pain and fairly costly. I had to figure out how to make my nails look good for special occasions without the price. I was wandering through Walgreens when I decided to try some press-ons.

The first time I tried them, I liked the way they looked, but they did not last very long. Throughout the years, I have continued to use press-on nails and have learned what makes them look good and what makes them stay. They look so natural and elegant, I would pick them over acrylics any day. I love the look of press-on nails so much I even wore them for my wedding. 

Here's how to do it:

At your local drug store, Target, or grocery store, go to the nail aisle. You are looking for Broadway Nails Real Life. I get the real short in peach because I think they look the best. They also come in pink, which might match the color of your nails better. It is very important to get this brand!! I have tried all other brands and this one is the best by far. They cost around $6.49, depending on where you live. 



The nail kit comes with 24 nails of different sizes, glue, a file, and a cuticle pusher. You will also need nail polish remover and a nail clippers.



If you have already done the math, 24 nails means that each box comes with 2 sets of nails. That's right, two sets for $6.49. Now, this part is very important. You must do it the right way to get both sets of nails to work and look great. Each nail has a tab with a number. The numbers are how large the nails is. 


You are going to want to arrange them in order starting with the pinkies and going in to your thumbs. It will look like this:


set #1: 8546226458

set #2: 9657337569

One set will be slightly bigger (length wise) than the other set. I usually use the longer set for an event and the shorter set for day to day activities.

Next, pick your set and put the other one back in the box.

Use the nail polisher remover to take off any polish. Wipe your nails with the remover even if you don't have any polish, it helps the glue adhere. Next, push down your cuticles. This helps the nail get all the way down in there. Cut and file your nails. You want your real nail to be pretty short so it does not grow past the press-on. 

Now, this is another very important step. Take the nail file and rough up your nails. Make them as rough and grainy as possible. This helps the glue to stay.

You are ready to start putting the nails on. Starting with your pinky and going in to the thumb and one hand, and then doing the same on the other. Put glue on both your real nail and the press-on. Make sure it is evenly dispersed and that there is not too much glue. Press the nail onto your real nail and hold for at least 10 seconds. Wipe any excess glue from around the nail. Break off the tab at the top very carefully. Use the file to file down any extra tab that was left on there. Once you have done all 10 nails, you are finished!




Other tips:
-Don't pick at your nails. I always used to pick at the glue around the nails, but it will make them fall off! 
-If you find the white part is chipping off, you can go over it with white nail polish. You can even paint the entire nail a color.
-If a nail does happen to fall off before you are done with them, just glue it back on.
If you follow these instructions, your nails will last for 2 or more weeks!
So there you have it, 2 sets of nails that last 2 weeks each. That's a month of nails for $6.49! 


Good Luck!

Until Next Time,

75 comments:

  1. I love having my nails done and this is such a good deal! I usually go get them done for $25 and they only last 2 maybe 3 weeks. I'll be trying this next time! Thanks for sharing! Are you in Japan now?

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    1. Yes you should try it! You miss out on the pampering part of getting your nails done, but this is still so worth the price. And I just love the way they look. No, we don't leave for Japan until Wednesday. We have just been running around like crazy getting everything together.

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  2. What a great idea, your nails look great!
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    1. Thanks for providing the linkup! I was excited when I saw it!

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  3. Love this tutorial! I never buy drugstore press-ons because I've not had much luck with them staying on for very long but I think you may have just talked me into giving them another try! Thanks, Mackenzie! :)

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    1. When I did my nails for this tutorial, they stayed one for almost 3 weeks! I really love them, you should definitely try them. So worth it!

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  4. hi, i have never used press ons before. i am excited to try these. did you use regular old nail glue?

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    1. These are NOT press on. They are glue on and work fabulously. Mine have been on almost 3 weeks now and look and feel great. The box comes with all the nails, glue, stick and a small file. The price is amazing for this exceptional product.
      My days getting my nails done are over. I used to get a great massage with my manicure but no one seems to do that since I had to go to acrylic.
      BTW - these nails are very EASY to remove. Be sure to use acetone polish remover and soak your nails for about 5 - 6 minutes. ROUGH up the artificial nails a little before soaking. Do use a metal cuticle tool. It lifts the nails right up from your own.
      LOVE, LOVE, LOVE. Also, BLISS makes them in a variety of colors, etc. Sometimes Sally's Beauty Supply has a great deal; buy 2 boxes, get 1 free. Be sure to buy the GLUE ON as they also make press on. You can clip and file these once on to get the length you want. I hold the nail while I clip or cut it. I have never had one pop off.
      Good luck.
      PS: DO NOT BUY KISS! Not good.

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  5. I love press ons and Broadway are my favorite. How do you deal with glue bubbles?

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    1. Yes, thats a problem that I've also had with these nails. I would like to also know how to deal with these bubbles.

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    2. bubbles are caused when you use too much glue...one small dot is all you need. then press and hold so the glue spreads THINLY

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    3. make sure your nails are clean and dry. put the drop of glue on the artificial nail, not yours.... start by putting the nail on the tip of your nail and "rock" the tip down over your nail and press tightly... it just takes a little practice in getting the right amount of glue. I also found that the gel glue works a bit better than the liquid glue. just a matter of preference.

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  6. Good idea! Yes, cleansing the nail and buffing it a bit will help it stick better. They look so good and pretty ring by the way!
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  7. I like how those look, very natural. I'm not a fan of the obviously fake looking square nails, those are nicely rounded. Thanks for the tip!

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    1. You know square is not a fake shape. My nails are naturally squared on their own.

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  8. This is so awesome, Mackenzie! Thanks for the tip!!!

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  9. Mackenzie, So nice of you to share. Your nails look like you got them done at the salon!! Can't wait to try them out.

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  10. Mackenzie, So nice of you to share. Your nails look like you got them done at the salon!! Can't wait to try them out.

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  11. This was super helpful! Have your tried this method with Fingrs Prints? They are my favorite press on nails. Would love your thoughts.

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  12. Amazing. Love how they do look like you spent $25. I am going to try this myself this weekend. Thanks so much for sharing!!!!

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  13. hi, I don't really want to be the turd in the punchbowl...however, these boxes do not come with two sets. it is one set, but with various sizes so each individual can find the right fit. in your pic of the 'two sets' you state that the difference is the length. this simply in not right. the difference is the width, again, so each person can find the proper fit for their fingers. I will agree that the difference is slight so maybe you can get away with wearing it as two sets, but that is not the companys' intention. I also have to admit, I was excited by the caption on the 'pin' saying 'how to make press ons look like acrylics' but really, you are doing nothing different from the actual package directions. I was truly hoping for a new technique to try. and when it comes to roughing up your nail, you do not want to "Make them as rough and grainy as possible." actually, you only want to lightly rough them up. roughing them up too much can actually do a lot of damage to the real nail. it could lead to inftection too. please don't take this in a bad way, I just want to share the facts with you. I am not a nail technician, so im not trying to disapprove of the use of 'glue on' nails (press on nails are the kind that come with little stickers for applying instead of glue) again, I just wanted to share the facts. I love glue ons and I think they look great on you too.

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    1. Thank you Matron Mitz for saving me a whole lot of time and pulling the words right out of my head. I have been doing this for years and yes they look great but as with anything - practice makes perfect.
      Everyone's fingers are different but I also can only get use out of one pack. Which is still not bad at all!!
      I only used to use Broadway but the Revlon brand works well and is pretty too.

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    2. I believe that the point she was trying to make is that there are enough nails for 2 sets. I used to be a nail technician and there isn't really anything she said that was wrong, just that you might want to make sure your hands and nails are cleaned good before you put the nails on and if one does come off, make sure you clean it with alcohol, let dry and then reapply. alcohol will evaporate quickly so it wont cause any moisture under the nail which can lead to mold and fungus.... just like acrylics. you can also take the ones that are too wide and file down the sides a little, but make sure you do both sides a little at a time to make sure that they match and that they are even. I used these nails when I went through Chemo in 2007 because I couldn't wear acrylics and these are some of the best on the market!
      good Job!

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    3. I was just about to say everything Matron Mitz said. I have used these nails for around 13-15 years and have never been able to get two sets out of them. Also, they do NOT last as long as acrylics. The directions even say to remove them after no more than 10 days. Plus, these directions are almost identical to the directions on the box. If you are looking to this to give you the staying power of acrylics, you will be disappointed. That being said, they are fabulous glue-on nails, just don't expect them to do what they are not meant to do.

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  14. They will last longer if you clean them up with vinegar that removes natural oils off the nails

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    1. could u be more specific -exactly how to do it thx

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    2. Clean your nails with a ball of cotton dipped in vinegar; just like you use your usual nail polish remover.

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  15. I have so wanted to try the press-on nails and was even looking at the Broadway brand. Thanks for the step by step! I too tend to pick at my nails and don't have the strongest finger nails but I also didn't want to do the salon acrylics. I'm looking forward to trying the steps you laid out. Thanks again! Great blog. :)

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  16. What about taking them off? Just soak in acetone and scrape off?

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  17. I've tried so many brands. The ones I stick to now is the Kiss brand. The Everlasting French its awesome...

    The natural nail part isn't the sheer (clear) .... which most brands are. The problem with those is that you get the visible bubbles that show through from the glue, so it's super fake looking. The Kiss brand has the little deeper, skin tone, so you don't see any if that.

    The length is great too, just long enough to look feminine, but not too long that they look or feel cumbersome.

    They have 24 nails to choose from, so you can find the right fit.

    I won't buy any other brand now.

    I stopped acrylics, because they ruined my nails with all the electric filing.

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    1. that's why I stopped. Just hated that drill on my nails. Made them paper thin...never again. But I will definitely be trying these.

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  18. I am going to give this a try!! Would to buy press - on nail with a Glamorous design and glue to my nails. The water where I live , keeps my nails thin and they brake off !! Time for a change! ! Stay Blessed!

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  19. Another tip I as a former press on user would add is put the nails on upside down. Meaning hold your hand palm side up. I found that this helps evenly distribute the glue and you don't get air bubbles because instead of the glue pooling on the edges it pools in the center and when you press the nail on it causes the glue to spread outward.
    Also wait 2 weeks between the press on nails coming off and applying a new set so your nails have time to breathe. False nails (acrylic or press on) damages the nails severely and over application leads to several issues including infection of the nail bed which in severe cases is irreversible.

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  22. What about washing your hair with press-on nails? Is the lifespan still the same or does it change?

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  23. You should never use nail clippers on your nails, it will cause them to shatter and split! Invest in a pair of curved nail scissors that are really sharp. Nail clippers should be used only on acrylics or fake nails. Toe nail clippers are fine used on toe nails.

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    1. I use nail clippers all the time and I have never had this problem...

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  24. Now only I have seen this nail. Can you tell me how to design using this nail kit?

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  25. This is such a great tutorial! I've been getting acrylics for years but they're so terrible on my nails and very pricey. Now I'm not in college this is a MUCH better alternative since I'm trying to save money for other things. Thanks!

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  26. I have tried this in the past and found it's a joke I rather pay the 15.00 and get them done...

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  27. those look fantastic and like you had them done at the salon. I will definitely be trying those. I have a special anniversary dinner date with the hubs and do not want to spend the money at the salon. Thanks!!!

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  28. I tryed this before and it really does last weeks

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  29. Thank You! Good information/tips! Hope this finds you doing well! :D

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  30. I heArd fake nails break ur cuticles is that tru

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  31. Where did you buy these nails? I haven't seen them in any drugstores that I've checked but I probably just haven't gone to the right ones

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  32. Hi Mackenzie -
    I just wanted to thank you SO MUCH for this tutorial. I've always had insecurities about the way my natural nails look and grow, but I don't have the funds to get acrylics! I found this post in late-January, ran out and bought these exact nails (at Target), and put them on on 1/30. It is now 2/12, and they are still on and they still look beautiful! I DID have to reapply one after accidentally knocking it off while drinking wine, though (LOL). I love them so much! I am so excited to not feel the urge to hide my nails from people! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

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  33. U do know kiss nails make them acrylic infused waybetter tthan these they're natrual look like salon nails i swear by them. .no chipping thicker in white and thin gelly like so it goes in cuticles .i also put nail aid plumping gel over them they are kinda inverted to. .they last never pop off

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  34. no press-on nails have ever fit my baby size nails true to size. might have to start looking in the kid's section....

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    1. I have the same problem! I got a pack of these and the smallest one was still larger than my pinky - I used a file and VERY CAREFULLY filed the edges along the existing curve to make them fit. I did see online where KISS offers a "petite" version which I'm going to try next time.

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  35. I don't want to be a Nitpick Nancy, however your advice to "rough up yours nails as much as possible" is not smart and just plain wrong. That's one of the worst hings you can do for your nails. It will make them extremely weak and brittle and you could have an infection if you keep these nails on as long as two or three weeks when really you should wear them less than one. If anyone tried to grow out their nails after doing what you suggest, good luck with that.

    Fake nails are supposed to be a once-in-a-while temporary NOT a long term thing. Wearing them too much can ruin your nails.

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    1. I'm not arguing with what you're saying at all - I've worn acrylics for years and this is no worse than the damage done by that process. I think if you want a once in a while, special occasion treatment, use the Kiss press on style. The ones that look like they are packaged in a nail polish bottle. The adhesive is plenty strong for an evening out or similar and they pop off pretty easily. If you have other nail issues and do acrylics all the time, your nails will be compromised regardless. I moved from CA to very rural MT 2 1/2 years ago and have never found anyone who can come close to the quality of my nail tech back in CA. I even did my own acrylics for a while. I've let my nails grow out between acrylics and they grow back fine - it just takes a few months for the thin part to grow out. This option is great - I get nails that look awesome, including NOT looking like big thick shovels on my fingertips, and they cost a fraction of what it would cost me in the salon.

      As far as roughing them up, it's as simple as running a rough file over the surface, so the glue adheres well.

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    2. First of all if someone wants to wear fake nails the let them you have no control over someone and what they do you are no their mother even then if their over 18 then she can't even tell them what to do. You are a disgrace and a hypocrite.

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  36. I would like to start off by saying that I completely agree with the commenter above in the fact that excessively roughing up your nail plate will cause brittle nails, if you thought your nails were bad before they will be worse after this I guarantee it, also press-on's are only a temporary thing it says on the label to be used up t 5-7 days. Replying to another previous comment clipping your nails will not split them just make sure you start at the "corner" NOT the middle. I am not trying to be a smarty pants but I have had experience with press-on's and I am currently going to school to be a cosmetologist first of all cutting your nails to short will expose you hyponychium (the tender skin that bleeds if your nail is cut or filed to short) this will cause pathogens to enter and infection to set in. The nail only needs to be short enough so it does not pop out of the end of the nail, this is because the nail grows from the matrix which is behind the cuticle. P.S. the sizes are the width of the nail and if you use ones that don't fit you could damage the skin around the nail because it will dig into it and could cause an infection as well.

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    1. Agree completely. I was wondering how far down I would have to go in the comments before I found somebody else who caught that part about the nails growing out from back under the cuticle, and not just the tip growing beyond the base.
      In other words, you don't have to ever worry about your nails "growing out" beyond the tips of the fakes, because the fakes are glued down to the whole nail. The nails grow out from behind the cuticle, and move forward in one continuous motion. It's why a "fill in" on acrylic nails is done at the back of the nail, at the cuticle! The whole nail has grown forward, carrying the acrylic overlay with it.
      It only turns white once it's beyond the hyponychium, or that edge that bleeds when you cut (or bite) the nail too short, as was mentioned above. The tip will never "slide forward" of the plastic on its own. It can't! If it did, the whole nail would have to be sliding forward, independent of the plastic nail, which in turn would have to be attached to your skin!
      You can see what I mean if you've ever had a permanent mark of some kind, like a permanent ink, or one of those white nail "bruises" and you've observed it as it grows off the end of your nail, regardless of where it began.
      And, as others mentioned, I didn't find anything here beyond the directions provided by the packages I've had. I've been wearing acrylics for 18 years, on and off, mostly on, except for times when my occupation prohibited them, which included several years working in Surgery. Acrylics or fakes of any kind are verboten in most of health care now days, even though they weren't precluded everywhere when I first started. I always took very good care of mine, no matter what, and with all the alcohol based foams and cleansers we used, I never had a problem with any kind of infections. Ever.
      But the roughing up the surface to the degree opted for in this post is far and above what's needed or safe for the glue on kind. I don't even LET my nail tech (I only see one - nobody else does them) use the Dremel too much on my nails, and it's really not necessary to sand or file them down to excess. He knows better, and I don't have to remind him. They are my nails, and he's being paid to provide me a service, not the other way around. So, I can still call most of the shots. Everyone can, if you know what you want, and are up front about it from the start.

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  37. Do these packs come with glue or do you have to buy them separately? And what would you recommend?! Thanks! (:

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    1. they have a small tube of glue included. the pack I bought you could see it through the packaging, it's blue and white

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  38. Mackenzie, what is your process for replacing the nails? I've done my own acrylics so it's just a fill, but with these the entire nail will need to be replaced. Do they require soaking off?

    Thanks!

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  39. To replace the nails, there's no option to 'fill' them, you must do a new set (makes sense since technically they're only supposed to be worn for 7 days). I've had mine on for 3 weeks today and not one single nail has lifted, broke or had any discoloration. I used the tips from this blog post (great tips - much appreciated!), but I used the KISS brand nails and after having my nails done in a salon for over 7 years, I doubt I'll go back. I just don't have the time. I'm putting on a new set today. I found a new product from KISS, they're the French manicure press-on nails (same as I used last time) but these are actually acrylic. They're pink and white, look exactly like my salon nails. Hoping they last as long as my current set (I'm VERY rough on my nails)!

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  40. How do you remove them

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  41. Thank you very much for your in depth explanation. I am going to walmart today! Do not listen to the negative comments. Those people r the bad people of the world. Mandi

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  42. I like to get the acrylics but I cant ever get the lady or man that does it be gentle with the electric file. it burns every time. what can I do about this.

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    1. Go somewhere else. Or at least have someone else in the same shop do them. But do not continue to allow someone who does not LISTEN to you to do things to your nails that could create permanent damage. Ending up with an infection because someone careless with the file burned through the nail base. I do know personally two people who had that happen to them, and it put them both off acrylics permanently, and took a long time to heal properly. That shop, by the way, closed down about six or seven months later, because word got out on them, and even people who didn't know about it from personal experience refused to go there. I had gone there myself before this ever happened, and I stopped going after two visits because the rather unfriendly woman who was working on me hurt me by getting the nail too hot, and I automatically pulled away from her, just by instinct. If something hurts, your first instinct is to pull back from it, right? Well, she got pissy about it and yanked my hand back. I got up, picked up my purse and told her not to ever do that to a customer, or she would have no business at all. Seems I was right after all. I think not everyone has the talent to deal with the public, and not the talents to do that job either. I think she was out of her depth in both areas. Personally, I go elsewhere if there's any issue with someone refusing to pay attention to what I tell them when they are causing me unnecessary pain. I take my money elsewhere. That talks louder than anything, when they see your business walking out their door.
      Ask friends who does theirs, or even strangers if you are sure they are local. Like cashiers if you notice their manicures when they hand you your merchandise, or bank tellers when they give you your change. Most people aren't offended if you complement them on something like that. You might be surprised what you find!

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    2. No one cares about you and your snoody little comments. So if you have nothing nice to say don't say anything.

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  43. I just put glue on nails on. The instructions said to coat the finger AND the nail before putting on. I used too much glue unfortunately, so now I have dried glue on my brand new nails that I can't get off and on my fingers...but frankly I just care about getting the dried glue off of the new nails so they looked like they did before I over glued everything. Any suggestions out there? Thanks!

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    1. You can't "fix it" that way. Acetone is the only thing that takes off SuperGlue, which is what all nail glue is, regardless of form. Acetone also eats up plastic, especially the thin plastics used for glue-on nails. So, the nails were not salvageable in that condition. The only thing you can do is soak off what's stuck to you - glue and nails - get a new package and start again. The nails just won't ever look like they did when you started.
      That kind of glue sets up by exposure to oxygen. Not by time, but exposure. That's why you only need thin coats to make it work, one on your nail and one on the fake one. Once you press them together, starting at the cuticle and working forward, the two layers stick to each other, holding the nailbon your own nail.
      Oxygen exposure is why the tube doesn't go bad until after you open it. Oxygen molecules are very, very tiny of course, and can get under the cap to the glue after the seal is broken. So, even if you only opened it once and recapped it tightly, if you wait too long, the next time you go after it, it's hard as a rock. So, it needs thin layers and oxygen to set up. If you're trying to repair glass or ceramic articles, it's the same idea - two layers, one on each side, and then put them together so the layers stick to each other.
      Better luck next time!

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  44. If you use olive oil in a glass bowl they come right off. Love my kiss press on never using acrylics again

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  45. Pay attention to the contour of your nails. Some people have very flat fingernails, and others have nails that arc up across the length of them. Some even have a mixture of both kinds. I seem to have both. My thumbnails are almost concave, they are so flat, but most of the others are less so.
    The reason I mention this is that quite a few brands of glue on and press on nails offer different sets to help match this contour difference. Some offer nails specifically indicated for people with very flat nails, other sets for people whose nails have a more pronounced arc across them, and some even offer "Combo sets!" Make sure if you have flat nails especially, you find a set that accommodates that profile, because if you don't, no amount of glue in the world will keep them from popping off your fingertips, usually at the most inapportune moment! Like into someone else's plate, their drinking glass, or your neighbor's baby's diapers before you get the dirty one off of the little darling!

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  46. Pay attention to the contour of your nails. Some people have very flat fingernails, and others have nails that arc up across the length of them. Some even have a mixture of both kinds. I seem to have both. My thumbnails are almost concave, they are so flat, but most of the others are less so.
    The reason I mention this is that quite a few brands of glue on and press on nails offer different sets to help match this contour difference. Some offer nails specifically indicated for people with very flat nails, other sets for people whose nails have a more pronounced arc across them, and some even offer "Combo sets!" Make sure if you have flat nails especially, you find a set that accommodates that profile, because if you don't, no amount of glue in the world will keep them from popping off your fingertips, usually at the most inapportune moment! Like into someone else's plate, their drinking glass, or your neighbor's baby's diapers before you get the dirty one off of the little darling!

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  47. My daughter-in-law used press on nails for her wedding 4 yrs ago. They really looked nice. I thought she went and had them done at the shop the day before the wedding ;-)

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