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Thursday, January 12, 2012

My ImPRESS Press-On Manicure Experience

As a reviewer of products sent to me by Influenster, I am given the opportunity to try some really cool items I normally wouldn’t buy for myself. Plus, I can share my thoughts about them with you to help you decide if the product is one that may benefit you.
I’ve already shared, in a previous post, about the Holiday VoxBox Influenster
sent me before Christmas. One of its contents, that I absolutely adored, was ImPRESS Press-On Manicure.  
I was sent the nail pattern WinkWink, but the nails are also available in solid colors as well as other patterns.  WinkWink is a pretty pattern and can go with casual or formal attire.
ImPRESS Press-On Manicure--WinkWink
ImPRESS Press-On Manicure (WinkWink)
The product information states the nails can stay on for up to a week.  I was a bit rough with mine and I think that may have had something to do with them staying on for two days.  I wasn’t bothered by that fact, though. I still enjoyed them!
Probably my favorite features about them are 1) there’s no drying time during application and 2) they look and feel just like the expensive gel nails applied at nails salons.
Here’s more info about ImPRESS Press-On Manicure straight from the horse’s mouth:
“Introducing imPress Press-On Manicure by Broadway Nails, the revolutionary way to apply polish! Featuring advanced nail technology, you can get a salon-perfect manicure in seconds – simply peel off, press on, and you're done. There's no drying, a killer shine and a manicure that lasts up to a week! And, imPress is so easy to remove, you can change it up to match your mood as often as you want. Check out all 36 colors and patterns, including trendy brights, classic darks and animal prints. With imPress, your nails will always be your best accessory.
imPress Manicure retails for $5.99 for colors and $7.99 for patterns, and is available at CVS, Rite Aid, Duane Reade, KMart, Walgreens, Walmart and more. For a full list of online and in-store retailers, visit imPressManicure.com, where you can download an exclusive coupon and virtually try on all the colors and patterns!”
Would I buy ImPRESS Press-On Manicure after trying the sample I was mailed?   You bet I would…and I will!  It’s just the ticket for this gal in regards to price and durability.  It made a great “ImPRESSion” on me! Smile
Until next time…
Bonnie


3 comments :

  1. Bonnie,
    Do you think they would work if you don't have long fingernails to put them on? My nails are usually just above the quick and wonder what they would look like with ImPress-On.

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  2. At the time I used my sample, my nails were rather short, (meaning I couldn't see them when I made my palm face me). They worked for me. As I use them more, I plan to experiment and see if shorter or longer nails work best.

    Hope that was helpful!

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