Clearance! nude long squaletto - doobysnailsltd

Clearance! nude long squaletto

£20.00 £9.99

Please note our clearance sets are heavily reduced and are the final set, we will provde a sheet of 24 gel tabs but glue will NOT be included FREE with clearance sets.

60 day returns on all orders

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How to apply

To apply press-on nails, you’ll need to prep your nails and hands, shape the nail, then stick it on with glue or adhesive tabs. Here’s a full breakdown, courtesy of nail artist Julie Kandalec: 

  1. Trim or file your natural nails shorter so the tips adhere better and don’t show before you apply your press-ons.
  2. Wash your hands with soap and water, remove all nail polish, lightly buff your nails with a buffer, then prep your nails with 91 percent isopropyl alcohol.
  3. Match the press-on nail to your nail bed size and curvature. Be sure the nail doesn’t have to be pressed down to fit, or it can pop off prematurely.
  4. Shape each nail to fit on all sides of your nail bed with a nail file (this is very important if you want a long-lasting set).
  5. Cover your entire nail with glue or an adhesive tab, working with one nail at a time.
  6. Align the press-on nail along the cuticle line, apply at a downward angle from the cuticle, and press down firmly for 20 to 30 seconds. If any glue seeps from the sides, remove it right away with a cuticle stick.

But if you wanna make them last even longer, follow this tip: “Clean your nails with 91 percent alcohol before applying your press-ons to dehydrate your nail beds, which will help the glue adhere better.” Then, drip on a generous amount of nail glue so that the glue is evenly distributed across your whole nail when you press it on. Trust me/us—it really works


We allow returns 60 days after purchase, all we ask is nails are not worn as we cannot refund used nails