Theresa you should get some of these! They are vinyls that stick onto your nails. I was terrified to do them myself but my best friend became a consultant so I bought some to support her. I am in love!!! They claim to be able to last for up to 2 weeks on nails. I've only had them on since Friday afternoon, but in that time I have put my nails through a BEATING (we moved so lots of packing/lifting boxes/unpacking - and then I bleached the old house's bathroom) and they still look perfect. Honestly, I'm more inclined to think the only reason they won't last forever is because my nails will grow ;)
Ok Beth, my interest is up now. I rarely do my nails because they look like crap so soon after. Did they end up being easy to put on?
Melissa they were pretty easy. You need some heat to apply them and I was using the blow dryer. Audrey was not a fan and hers fell off already. But mine are still perfect! Jamberry sells a heater and I tried using that on my toes. I think I'm going to get one. It made it much less direct heat and more just warmth on your hands. I've also heard of people using rice packets or warm washcloths.
I have a friend that is a nurse and she purels her hands a zillion times a day. She said hers last 2 weeks. The website says they last 2-3 weeks.
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