Review of Glamnetic Nails
Are nails regarded as simplicity in beauty? I have no idea, but I was determined to learn. I immediately said yes when the Glamentic messaged me on Instagram and asked if I wanted to try their press-on nail kits! I used to go to the nail salon fairly frequently before the pandemic for a conventional gel manicure. Looking back, I can see that it was time- and money-consuming. I’ve always loved having perfectly manicured hands, but I can’t stand waiting for nail polish to dry anymore.
I received two press-on nail kits from Glamentic. “Sweetener,” a creamy nude manicure style with marble and gold elements, really piqued my interest. It appears understated enough for daily wear but could still be appropriate for formal occasions. I went for Sprinkles for the second kit, which is essentially a French manicure with vibrant colourful tips. A cuticle stick, a nail file, an alcohol pad, and nail glue are included with glametic nails along with 24–30+ nail sizes. Depending on your lifestyle, the business claims the nails can last up to two weeks. Depending on the style, they cost between $15 and $22, however they are reusable and only a small portion of the price.
Sifting through 30 individual nails to determine size took the most time. I must have combed through for at least fifteen minutes to discover ones that might fit before attempting to locate a duplicate. I eventually gave up halfway through and watched a YouTube video explaining how each nail had a number so you could match its mate. I imagine that I could have picked my nails a lot faster if I had known it beforehand. I found the cuticle stick and alcohol pad to be useful for cleaning under my nails, and neither instrument gave me any trouble.
The adhesive applicator is something else I don’t like. I would like a brush-on applicator because I had to reapply when the nail wouldn’t attach to my natural nail and it was tough to dispense. There is a brush-on nail glue available from Glamnetic, but it costs $7. The actual application doesn’t take very long, and all of my nails were finished in a short amount of time. I adore how they appear. It’s pretty wonderful to view unique designs without having to tenaciously wait in a nail salon as I’ve never had nail art done on my natural nails.
Wear and Tear
I regularly file and shape my nails into small, rounded shapes, so I wasn’t used to wearing long nails. About a day after applying them, I cut them to a length that was more comfortable. Even if your long nails are plastic and don’t need to dry, there are some things that still feel strange to you.
I’m referring to…
Putting on clothes
Putting on makeup
getting food ready
I was my hair
How do you manage if you often wear long nails? Seriously, I’d love to know!
But once I cut my nails, I immediately felt more at ease and worried less that they would keep me from conducting my regular tasks. Overall, I thought the nails were very tough. Occasionally, a couple of the nails would come loose. In two of those instances, I was able to simply reglue the nail, but in the third, I needed to go back to the box and choose a different nail. That might be a deal-breaker for some people, but it’s likely that I didn’t apply enough glue the first time, which is why they came off.
I haven’t taken off my press-on nails despite having them on for a week. I must soak my nails in warm water and oil for 10 minutes as directed. If there are any problems, I’ll make sure to update this blog post right away.
Glamnetic press-on nails are undoubtedly a cost-effective alternative to a trip to the manicure salon, but there is a small learning curve the first time. I would definitely be prepared to wear these again and buy additional designs despite a few issues with the initial application. It won’t take me nearly as long to prepare and apply now that I know how the nail sizes are arranged. I won’t feel guilty about filing and trimming to the length I like.
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