"I'm floored by how many compliments I get when wearing Static Nails, and am genuinely impressed with how realistic they look. People don't know they're pop-on nails unless I tell them."
"You won't believe these are pop-on nails! (Seriously!)"
"Static Nails have innovated the nail industry."
"Static Nails are the realest fake nails I know, obsessed with their durability and styles."
"Seriously impressed with the strength of these nails and how natural they look."
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I only gave this five stars because the review won't post otherwise. I really meant to give it two. At first glance, the nails are beautiful but they started to crack within a couple of days. Four of my nails cracked within days and I wasn't doing anything out of the ordinary. I do not recommend.
Can’t get enough of these!
I’m a nurse so I’m rough on my hands and nails. I typically don’t even paint my nails because the polish won’t make it through a full shift. These nails though have completely exceeded my expectations. They stay on and they look great.
Best quality press-ons I've tried
Durable and well shaped, great color, definitely reusable and comes with enough extra you have sizing options. They stay on very well and come off with zero damaged with applied and removed correctly. The round shape's length is perfect if long nails don't work for you and still looks gorgeous. I've already been recommending Static Nails on social media, as a lot of competing companies' equivalent aren't durable and none are as well-shaped.
1st set and VERY pleased!
I saw these through a Facebook ad and thought, "What the heck? Let's give them a try before going to the salon." I haven't had acrylics on in over 10 years and never loved the expense, upkeep, or experience honestly, as it always felt like they were going to file down through my nail bed. These couldn't have been easier to put on. It does take a learning curve, the first 4 I used too much glue, spillage was every where, and it's not the easiest to clean up off of the nail itself. But, I wanted them to stay on for a while so used their advice of more glue = longer wear. The rest were much easier as I learned just how much glue to use. I was afraid to shape them at first, bc they were way too long for my liking, for fear losing the color or flaking at the sides, but they look great! I LOVE that now I know I can buy what ever design I like, don't have to limit myself to the shorter lengths, and can buy shapes I don't like bc I can file to the length and shape I prefer!
Now, I did "pop off" my first nail on day 6, but it was the first nail I did on my second hand, so it's possible I didn't use enough glue trying not to over do it as I did on the first hand. I reapplied it (without removing the excess glue on the nail because I can't find their remover any where), and so far it's doing just fine 3 days later. I will say, when I applied them the first time, I used the glue in the tube. When applying the one that came off, I used the glue in bottle with brush and it was much…