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False nails don’t always work out for women. There’s nothing wrong with the nails until they fall off, leaving you with ugly, weak nails that make you want to go back to having them. Because acrylic and gel nails are so strong and durable, leaving them on for a long time and then taking them off can make your nails weak, rough, and break. The truth is, this isn’t ideal but isn’t it the price we have to pay for beautiful fake nails? Not at all.

If you want to get nails that aren’t as long as you want them to be, you can use press-on nails instead.

They’re nails that are pressed on.

You’ve probably heard of press-on nails before, and you might even have tried them out yourself! As for press-on nails: Most people remember the cheap, tacky nails you bought at the drugstore when you were in middle school. Press-on nails will look very different in 2021 than they did in your childhood.

These fake nails are made of acrylic resin, which is similar to acrylic nails that are done in salons. However, it isn’t as long-lasting, easy to apply, and better for your nails. In the right way, they can look like acrylics without the price of going to a salon.

When you buy press-on nails from a well-known brand, you can be sure that they are high-quality. At Sunkissed Nails, we want to make long-lasting, high-quality press ones that work well with a wide range of looks.

Short pink ombre nail polish is a good choice for work if you want to wear nail polish on your nails. In order to get the best summer press-on nail look, you should get long, multicolored nails. You’ll be the talk of the town everywhere you go.

Then, press on.

Is it bad for your real nails to press on them?

Perhaps your previous experiences with fake nails have made you wary of them all. As long as you don’t wear press on nails, your natural nails will not be harmed by them

You don’t have to give up your natural nails to show off a set of fake nails with press-on nails. As someone who has had to deal with acrylics for a long time, we understand your skepticism. Because Sunkissed nails need adhesive or a small amount of nail glue, they are much more gentle on your natural nails. In the right way, pressing on nails will not hurt them. So how do you do that?

HOW TO APPLY PRESS-ON NAILS RIGHT

When you use press-on nails, the first thing you need to do to protect your nails is to apply them correctly! As soon as you get the hang of it, applying press-on nails is very easy. And the best part is that you won’t have to spend hours in the salon being exposed to a lot of different chemicals. It only takes a few minutes to finish all of the things you need to do at home.

Here are some things to keep in mind when applying press-on nails:

Rinse your hands.

Remove any polish or glue that is still on your nails.

Trim, buff, push back your cuticles and remove any excess skin around your nails to give yourself a mini-manicure.

If you want to keep your natural nails safe from the press on, use a clear base coat first.

Whether you use nail tape or nail glue or both is up to you. As a rule, you should use glue even if your nails are at risk. Even if the glue doesn’t make the bond as strong as it could be. Make sure the fake nail has some nail glue on it before you put it on. This will make sure that the nail stays in place for more than a week.

Take a look at each nail in the nail kit to see which ones look the best on your real nails.

It’s common for each nail to need a different size. Select the ones you want to use and keep them in order to make applying them simple.

Add glue to both the fake nail and your real nail (if desired).

To make a strong bond between the adhesive and glue:

Press down for at least 30 seconds to make sure the bottom of the fake nail is aligned with your nails.

Press down on the sides, then the middle, then the top.

In this video, I show you how to safely remove nails that are pressed down on.

Putting on nail polish helps to protect your natural nails, but the removal step is even more important. You can easily damage your real nails if you are too rough or hard when you remove them. Because this isn’t necessary, there are many mild ways to get rid of your press-on nails:

Acetone:

When you soak your fingers in acetone, move your nails around every so often to get the adhesive off.

After they’ve been soaked for a while, you should be able to remove them without damaging your natural nails.

A product that doesn’t have acetone in it:

It’s possible to get rid of your fake nails with acetone-free nail polish remover if you don’t like the smell of acetone. These alternatives to acetone don’t use as many harsh chemicals, but they don’t work as well. This will require you to keep your fingers in the water for a longer time. Even so, if you want to avoid the bad effects of acetone that can damage your nails, this extra work will be worth it.

Water that’s warm:

For 20 minutes, put your fingers in a bowl of warm water with a small amount of soap and let them soak.

To help the adhesive come up, move the nails back and forth while they are in the water.

To make sure this method works well and protects your natural nails, keep the water warm while you soak.

In this case, the cuticle oil is called cuticle oil.

In order for the cuticle oil to get under the adhesive on your press-on nails, soak a cotton ball in it. Then, apply the oil to your nails, especially on the edges.

Tape or aluminum foil can be used to keep the cotton ball in place against your nails.

It should start to fall off after about five minutes. You should be able to remove the press-on nails with ease.

care for your nails

TIPS FOR NAIL CARE

Even if your nails have been damaged by fake or gel nails, you don’t have to live with ugly nails for the rest of your life! There are a lot of things you can do to get your nails back and make sure that they are properly cared for so that they don’t break, get uneven, or change color again.

Apply nourishing ingredients like jojoba oil, sunflower oil, olive oil, sweet almond oil, and Vitamin E to your hands and fingernails on a regular basis. Also, apply cuticle oil to your fingernails.

It’s important to keep your cuticles in good shape so that they don’t become red and painful. Never pluck or pull them.

When your nails need to breathe, don’t use a lot of lacquer on them. Instead, buff them and let them dry out. The nail polish you use should be free of parabens and sulfates, which can damage your nails.

Choose an emery board that is gentle on your nails and won’t make your nails break or crack even more.

Make sure you drink a lot of water to keep your nails (and hair) healthy. Almost every doctor says you should drink half a gallon of water every day.

Make sure you don’t use nail polish removers with acetone in them because they can peel and dry out your natural nails. Instead, use acetone-free nail polish removers that have chemicals like ethyl acetate, isopropyl alcohol, and propylene carbonate to get rid of your polish.

Soak conventional nail polish or fake nails in water before you try to remove them. Then, use care when you remove them.

THE FINAL RESULTS.

Nails don’t get hurt when they are pressed, as you can see from the picture

Other types of false nails, like acrylics, can cause a lot of damage if they’re left on too long or don’t come off properly. This is not the case with this type of nail. Even though press-on nails are better for your nails than other fake nail options, if you want to have beautiful and healthy nails, you must be very careful about applying them, removing them, and following basic nail care rules!

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