Nails of the Day | Kiss Salon Acrylic French

Today I'm bringing you a slightly different NOTD post as I have been sent some Kiss Salon Acrylic French* nails to test out. It's been a good few years since I dabbled with stick on nails, preferring to paint or gel my nails at home, or getting acrylic nails done at the salon if I wanted falsies.



When my parcel arrived I was happy to see not just one but two sets of nails. The two sets I received were a medium length in an almond type shape and a real short length in a square shape and they are in two different french finishes. It took me a good while to decide which set I wanted to try out first and eventually settled on the almond shaped set.

Each set comes with 28 nails so that you are able to find the perfect sizes for your nails, after sitting and laying them all out I eventually found enough little nails that fit on my teeny tiny hands. The instructions state to put glue on both your own nail and the fake nail to ensure that it bonds so I worked my way across my hands gluing them on one by one nearly gluing my fingers to each other multiple times, I don't advise doing this. I was pretty impressed with the application, I noticed a couple weren't completely straight, but I've only got myself to blame for that.

Other than the wonky ones, I was really pleased with how these look once they are on. As they are quite a thin nail, they sit nicely into the nail bed and look very natural. When I was in the Lush store on Oxford Street I was talking to a lovely shop assistant who complimented me on my nails and asked me where I got them done, to which I responded 'oh, they are Kiss glue on ones', let's just say she was impressed.

On the side of the packet, it states that these nails have a 7 day wear so after 7 days I was a bit more cautious about what I did with my hands making sure not to catch the nails at all. More and more days went by a to my surprise I actually managed to keep these on for a whole 3 weeks, yes 3!! You could tell where they were starting to come away from the nails round the edges a little but they still didn't come off easily that is for sure.



I can't wait to try out the other set and I will definitely be purchasing some for myself when I want false nails in the future, they retail for about £7.95 a set, certainly a lot cheaper than a set of acrylics in a salon.

Have you tried Kiss Nails? What is your favourite false nail brand?

Sophie xxx



*This post contains gifted items, but all opinions are my own

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