Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Product Review: Broadway Nails imPRESS Press-on Manicure

Finally I can get to review this product. The last couple days I have been under the weather fighting a stomach virus. I am quite happy to be able to sit up today and move around a little. I felt like I needed to get this review up though.

I got these press on nails from Influenster for testing purposes. I love having my nails designed but I really don't like the process of getting them done. I was quite excited to try these because they gave the opportunity to get my nails done quickly and it was already designed.

I didn't put them on myself but got my friend to do the actual process. It took us about 10 - 15 mins to get it all done. We realized that the actual size of the nail is more geared towards smaller nail beds. This was perfect for me, but when we sized it next to hers we realized it would not have fit. So that is to note.

As I mentioned the process of applying the nails is very easy. It's a 24 count pack. In it they provide a cleaning swab to clean the nail of any chemicals and a nail file. After sizing them for the appropriate nails it really was just a peel and stick method for me. I didn't have to do much shaping of the nails provided.

Partying with my Nails

The nail itself was well polished and I loved the crackle design on it. The idea of these are really good. I can have my fancy nails 10 minutes before I head out to my event. My only disappointment was that 2 hours in I had lost 2 of the nails. Lol. I didn't even realize they had fallen off. I am not sure if we may have missed cleaning those two nails properly of all chemicals or what.

After I got home I decided I would remove what was left. And that was quite an easy process. Broadway suggests that you gently peel from the sides or apply nail polish remover around the edges, wait a minute then peel off. I had to apply polish to only one nail to get it off with the remover process. It's not an easy pull off but have you had to ever take off gels/acrylics? This process is sure way less hassle free.

So if you are looking for a quick fancy nail I do suggest this product. They can be bought on Walmart, drugstore.com and in most beaut stores.

Have you ever tried these? What do you think?