Press on nails have a wide range of lengths and designs, from plain solid colors to elaborate rhinestone-bedazzled talons, so it can suit all tastes. Positives include ease of application, do-it-yourself, speed and efficiency, longer lasting/less chipping, and potentially less nail damage than soak-off gel.
The kit comes with a prep pad, tiny file to help the press-ons fit your natural nail bed. There is no separate glue required,the press-ons have acrylate-based adhesive tabs already attached on the back to pop on. The more pressure you apply, the longer they stick on.These stickers are low-risk because they don’t require curing. And because they are pressed against the nail, not the skin.
They last for a full work week,the press-ons are super durable. They don't chip or peel at all. If one of the nails starts falling off for whatever reason, there are more than enough back-ups in the case to replace it in mere seconds.
They can cost less than $10.
Most brands of press-ons, sell full sets for a very affordable $7 to $9. As someone who has paid $200 for a manicure before (and still regrets it), Plus, the low price is more incentive to collect more styles and experiment in ways you may not have if you were getting a standard gel manicure.