22 September 2015

..::Product Review::.. imPRESS Press-on Manicure

My Review of imPRESS Press-on Manicure

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
"Get a solon-perfect manicure in just a few minutes!  With this nail polish alternative, there's no dry time, no mess!  Just peel backing and press on.  Over 40 colors and designs to suits every woman's every mood at every moment."


I was sent two different manicure sets from imPRESS to review.  

The price for each set is $6.99 (and I have even seen them less expensive in some stores!)  You can find them at Walgreens, CVS, Walmart, Rite Aid, and Kmart stores nationwide.

Packaging & Presentation of 
imPRESS Press-on Manicure
Both of these boxes arrived in perfection condition.  They are in retail packaging, and look really nice.  You can see directly through to the manicures, and if there is anything special (in this case accent nails and gems), those are front and center.

The front of each pack labels the brand, product, quantity, and a quick overview.  There is a little number in the top right corner that identifies the color of the nail.

The right side of the box lists the ingredients and explains that the nails line up and you have to push them down with pressure.  The left side of the box provides the website information and a few product features:

+ The only press-on nails with revolutionary SafeHold Adhesive Technology
+ Secures like glue
+ Waterproof
+ Gap-free seal
+ The most flexible and comfortable nail ever

The back of each box gives you a 5-step application process, a few different tips (prior to application, during, after, and how to remove).  You can find the cautions associated with use of this product, and manufacturing information.  These nails have a 12-month PAO.

Inside each box-- there are 24 gel nails, a detailed instruction manual, a nail file, and a prep pad.

The manual is dual-sided.  Make sure to read it-- it contains a lot of important information, especially if you are unfamiliar with these.  The nail file and the prep pad are both attached to this manual.

My Personal Experience with imPRESS Press-on Manicure

I have used imPRESS nails for the past year or so, and I just LOVE them!  I was so excited to have this opportunity to work with the brand.  The two styles that they sent me were both new to me, and I needed a good manicure anyway.  I decided to go with the 'Harlem Shake' (#62305).

First and foremost, fit the nails.  There are plenty of options here, so you can always find the ones that fit perfectly.  I line them up so it's easier in the end.

Next-- the prep.  Cut your nails short (I do this, anyway) and wash and dry your hands.  Before application, use the prep pad to get your nails perfectly ready.

Each nail has a sticky pack that does not damage your nails. Just peel and stick, that's it!

They look great, too!  They are comfortable, and I can do anything within seconds of application.

Pros of imPRESS Press-on Manicure
  • Apply in minutes.
  • These are the only waterproof, press-on nails.
  • Very, very affordable.
  • No dry time, no mess.
  • Easy peel-off removal.
  • Lasts up to one week.
  • SO MANY OPTIONS of color and style!
Cons of imPRESS Press-on Manicure
  • I haven't found any cons of these nails.

          I can promise you that you will LOVE these.  I'm not speaking about these from a one-time use, but from over a year of using these.  I have never had a bad experience with these.  Ever.  In fact, sometimes I even put a little dab of nail glue on the back, and I have had these last for about three weeks.  They are really well made, and the designs are in line with the current styles.  These are incredibly lightweight and you don't have to wait for them to dry.  There are a lot of artificial nails out there, but these take the cake.  They are the only ones that I recommend.

          If you like changing the look of your nails, give these a shot.  They are awesome.

          For further information, please visit imPRESS on:

          DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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