Beautycard Points: 6 points
24 nails with glue in 10 sizes. Medium Length
Classic French is a timeless look that's never out of fashion. Glue on nails are fantastic if you want beautiful results for up to 10days. These nails are easy to use and only take minutes to apply.
READ INSTRUCTIONS AND FULL CAUTION ENCLOSED BEFORE USE. CAUTION: EYE IRRITANT. Bonds skin and eyes in seconds. Contains Cyanoacrylate. In case of eye contact, wash out the eye with water for at least 15 minutes holding the eye open. Seek medical attention. Keep out of reach of children. Retain packaging for reference.
Nail Glue Ingredients: Ethyl Cyanoacrylate, Polymethyl Methacrylate, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Bha, D&C Red7 (CI 15850).
Size (0) Unit (EA) Height (15) Width (7.2) Depth (2)
How to Use
1 ? Prepare nails by gently pushing back cuticles. Clean nails with an acetone based polish remover to ensure nail is free from moisture and any natural oils. Make sure nails are dry.
It is essential to prepare the nail properly to ensure healthy nails.
Step 2 - Select the correct size press-on nail that best fits your natural nail and lay out press-on nails ready to use.
If nails do not have an application tab, ensure they are applied the correct way.
The thinner and more curved end should sit at the base of your natural nail, near to your cuticle.
This thinner edge gives a more natural look, reducing the ridge between the false nail and your natural nail. The thicker, more squared end has the size number embossed on it and this end should be at the top, free edge of your natural nail. This thicker edge is stronger for longer lasting wear.
3 ? Apply a thin and even layer of glue onto your entire nail. Immediately wipe away any glue that gets onto your cuticle.
4 ? Hold the nail tip or application tab. Place nail up to, but not touching your cuticle. Apply the press-on nail from the cuticle angling at 45 degrees.
5 ? Press down on the press-on nail lightly for 4 seconds until bonded.
6 ? If the press-on nails have application tabs. Remove application tabs by bending down and then up, towards the cuticle.