I've been doing my own dip at home and although I loved it, sometimes it took way too long - removal and re-dipping, shaping, filing. It also gets messy with all the powders and it's a lot of "stuff" to have to do my nails. For these pop-ons, the only additional tools I used was a cuticle pusher and cutter. It was fast and easy! I have yet to remove them and see if there is any damage to my nails, but so far, it looks amazing and worth the price!
They look great on
I don’t have the most steady hands so I did get nail glue all over my fingers and a bit in the front of the nails but I’m happy to report that all the glue washed off in the shower. They were super easy to apply and look good on and very realistic. The peony color is a great pink nude for medium dark skin tones.
Lived up to the hype!
I was hesitant. I enjoy having my nails done but there’s three issues #1 can’t afford to go to the salon often #2 i am terrible at painting my nails #3 i am very hard on my nails!
Other than me struggling with the application (less is more as far as glue goes), these nails have lived up to the hype! I love the way they look and even teaching and taking care of my two kids and cleaning our house I have yet to break one or have one pop off! They obviously don’t look like my real nail but they definitely look more salon like than kiss or impress nails.
Looks and feels just like dip powder!
These are SO worth the trouble it took to get them on! Unfortunately my nail beds just didn’t have the same shape as the pop on nails so I had to do a good amount of filing but these are very easy to shape with the included file, easier than natural nails. No jagged edges. Tip: If you get glue on the surface just go over the nail with some clear top coat and it’s like the spots were never there. The “short” length was still too long for my taste but I cut and filed them into a nice shape and I’m in love.