Salon Quality Press-on-nails – Coming Soon



  • Handmade
  • Gel Nail Press Ons
  • Highly Durable
  • 30 piece sets


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Receive a flawless, long-lasting salon-inspired manicure at home with your salon-quality press-on gel nails. This kit includes 30 handcrafted press-on nails and everything you need to apply, and our color samples are accurate. New designs will be available on the nineteenth of each month. 

The Press-On Kit includes the following:

  • Nail Buffer
  • Emory Board for prepping nails and pushing back cuticles
  • Two sheets of adhesive nail tabs
  • (1) 2oz nail glue

How to Apply Press-On Nails

  1. Clean your nails. Remove all polish and clean your natural nails with soap and water to ensure a clean base for your press-on manicure.
  2. Clip your nails. Clip your natural nails short and gently push back your cuticles. For a longer-lasting press-on manicure, gently buff the shine off of your natural nails with the purple nail buffer and remove nail dust. Next, clean them with rubbing alcohol using a cotton ball or alcohol pad; allow your nails to dry completely.
  3. Pick out your nail sizes. Size your press-on nails onto your natural nail bed, ensuring they reach sidewall to sidewall before application. Apply the adhesive tabs or a small amount of nail glue onto your nails and gently press down, leaving no air pockets.

Ways to Make Your Press-On Nails Last Longer

  1. Ensure your nails are completely clean before applying your press-ons so that dirt, oil, or other debris doesn’t prevent the adhesive tabs or glue from fully adhering the press-on to your natural nail.
  2. Skip baths, or remember not to submerge your nails underwater. Since press-ons are designed to come off with just soap and water, letting them sit under soapy suds for long periods can shorten their wear.
Salon Quality Press-on Nails

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