How To Use

How to Prep Your Nails for Press-On Nail:

The most common mistake people make when applying press-on nails? They don’t prep their nails first. Think about it: When you head to a nail salon to get acrylics, gel nails, or just a regular manicure, there’s a lot of prep that needs to happen before a drop or nail polish or glue touches your nails, and it should be the same for press-ons. Here is how to up your press-on prep game:

Find Your Fit: Test the press-ons and make sure they fit your natural nails. While most nail brands either offer custom sizes or include an array of options in each set, you may need to gently file down the sides for a better fit.

Buff the Back: Lightly buff the back of each press-on nail with a buffer. This step is not necessary for nails that come with adhesive.
Clean Your Nail Beds: Remove any nail polish on your nails, then file and cut them down as needed.

Care for Your Cuticles: Push your cuticles back to ensure maximum surface area.
Buff Your Beds: Gently buff the surface of your nail to remove excess oils or lotions and create a rougher surface for the nail to stick to. Some press on kits may also come with an acetone prep pad that will help remove any remaining residue.

Now that you're prepped and ready to go, it’s time to learn about the application process.

How to Apply Press-On Nails:

Timing matters when it comes to putting on press-on nails. As explains, applying your nails before bed will allow them to completely set before you resume normal activity and get your nails wet. Based on our brand, your press-on set may come with glue, prefabricated adhesive tabs, or both. My personal preference is to skip the tabs and go for the glue — even if you only plan on wearing your nails for a short period of time — as glue offers more security. With that in mind, here’s how to apply your nails:

Apply a light drop of glue to both the center of your nail bed and the press-on nail
Line up the press-on nail, starting at the base of your natural nail and then press down.
Hold pressure for about 15 to 20 seconds to ensure it’s secure
Alternate hands when applying your nails for better control (i.e. don’t apply one hand and then the other).
When it comes to glue, that people tend to use too much. While you may think you’re extending the life of the manicure, she recommends a “less is more” approach (as outlined above) for best results.

How to Remove Press-On Nails:

Depending on the type of nails and your lifestyle, press-on nails can last upwards of two to three weeks. You’ll know it’s time to remove them when they start to lift slightly. It’s important to remove them once you feel them lifting, as strands of hair, water, and other debris can enter and further soften the glue. We’re breaking down how to remove press-ons safely:

Soak Them Off: Soak your nails in a bowl of warm water for five to 10 minutes (note: it can take longer if the glue underneath your nail is still hard).
Add Something Extra: Brittney Boyce, celebrity nail artist and founder of Nails of LA, recommends rubbing something emollient, like coconut oil, on your nails to aid in removal.
Side to Side: As you soak, gently move the press-on nail from side to side (without force) to avoid damage.
Remove Remaining Glue: Once the nails are off, lightly buff your natural nail to remove any excess glue.
Avoid Acetone: While acetone soaks remove gel polish and acrylics, they will damage both your natural nail and the press-on nail so you can’t reuse them.
It's important to be as careful removing your press-ons as your were applying them. When not removed properly, press-on nails can damage the natural nails and, in extreme cases, rip them off completely.

How to Take Care of Your Nails Between Press-On Applications:

We’ve all heard the myth that you need to give your nails a break in-between polishes or press-on applications so they can repair and ‘breathe,’ but that tale is not entirely true. “Taking breaks in between press-ons are not necessary, as long as you are gentle when removing them.” In fact, using press-on nails the right way may even have a positive effect on nail health. If you already have weaker nails that tend to break more often, using a press-on nail well acts like a barrier and protects your natural nails from cracking and breaking.”




What is Semi Cured Gel Nail:

It is not an ordinary plastic nail sticker, it is made of nail polish ingredients. It can be cured with only one lamp baking, showing the gloss and texture like phototherapy nails. Fits better to the curvature of the nail surface and lasts longer.


How to use Semi Cured Gel Nails:

 1. Clean the nail surface: After washing your hands. use alcohol cotton to remove the grease and moisture on the surface of the nails.

2. Select size: Choose the appropriate size, stick it according to the inner contour of the nail. and remove the protective film

3. Press and Fit: After affixing the nail surface press the edde with an orange stick the more careful the pressing. The higher the degree of completion.

4. Trim Adjustment: Use scissors or nail clippers to trim the excess along the edae of the nail.

5. Roast lamp stereotypes: Bake with I ED veil lame for shout 80c* This step is very important.

6.  Modified type: use the supplied rail filo to polich in one direction from top to bottom according to your nail shape.

How to remove Semi Cured Gel Nails:

1. Pry off the edge: Gently pry off the edges with the provided wood stick.

2. Separate nail stickers: Fill the gap with nutrient oil or soak in warm water.

3. Peel off nail stickers: Use wood stick to slowly push away the nail stickers, and easily tear off the nail stickers.

4. Complete disarm: If there is residue, you can clean the nail surface with the alcohol pad provided.


About Semi Cured Gel Nail:



About Color Difference:

Due to light, display and other factors, the same style of nail stickers will cause color differences. Micro-transparent, semi-transparent and fully transparent nail stickers will also change the actual color rendering effect due to nail skin color