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imPress Press-on Nails in 'Swept Away'

Remember last month  I did a review on the imPress Press-on nails in Bells & Whistles? Well I'm using them again but this time I've used the set called 'Swept Away'.




In my opinion, imPress Press-Ons are the easiest manicure press on nails available on the high street. They are pre-glued so all you need to do is measure them up against your own nails, peel off the tab and stick them on. They advise you hold off doing anything too strenuous on the nails for half an hour so the glue can 'set' I also advise doing the thumb nails last - you don't realise how much you need your thumbs when applying false nails haha!

Swept Away features some sophisticated pearl meets nude nails with six glittery accent nails. This set is perfect for any occasion you want something special but not over the top - I wore mine to a friends wedding and they were perfect for the occasion. They kinda remind me of princess nails.

Again, like I said in my last review, these nails are ridiculously easy to apply. I was worried because I had to apply them 20 minutes before leaving the house and I thought that the pre-glued tabs wouldn't 'set' properly but they were perfectly fine. In fact, I really struggled to remove the imPress Press-ons a week after they had all been on - one had dropped off but the others would not budge despite me working with my hands constantly in water! These nails are the definition of waterproof! In the end I soaked them off with some nail polish remover to loosen the glue which worked fine and did no damage to my real nails.

I have to say I'm so glad I got the chance to try these imPress nails out. It's not very often you find a product you can genuinely rave about. I can hand on my heart say these are my favourite false nails as I just can't get over how brilliantly well they last on the nails, even when I'm working all week at Lush. I will be stocking up on more as soon as pay day comes along!

Becky xo

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*Disclaimer: I was sent this product as a sample to review. All views are my completely own and not influenced externally*

2 comments

  1. I haven't tried press-on nails since 90s. I bought mine with my pocket money and they were awful! These however look much better. I love the colour! It's good to hear that they last too :)

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  2. I've tried press on before and really like them but now I am desperate to try this style. They are so pretty! xo

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