In between work, hunting for the perfect gifts, and holiday travels, it can be impossible to find the time to actually sit and get a manicure during this buys season. Am I right, ladies? However, Real Estate Wars’ Kylie McCollough may have just found the perfect trick to do away with your holiday nail struggles.
For years, Kylie was a faithful fan of gel manicures. Who could blame her? They dry super fast, look fabulous, and last for up to two weeks. But as someone who is constantly traveling on short business trips, Kylie didn’t have the time to keep up with the maintenance of gel nails. This is what led to her to discover her brilliantly affordable gel mani trick: imPress Manicure Gel Press On Nails. Okay, we know what you’re thinking. Press-ons?! But before you freak out, this product isn’t anything like those scary claw-like versions from the ‘80s you may be imagining.
In fact, this version looks just like a regular gel manicure (trust us, we saw Kylie rocking them in person), and she absolutely swears by them. "They are literally the best thing," Kylie told Most Wanted. "If you don’t want the full commitment of a gel manicure just stick these on. They come in all colors, and they actually protect your nails." The real estate guru also explained that she uses them right before a business trip, and that they’ll usually last her for about three days — which also makes them perfect for a holiday weekend trip to grandma's. But that's not even the best part — this beauty trick costs less than ten bucks! Quick, easy, and affordable? You can count us in.
Below you'll find a few options that will have your nails looking on point within seconds.
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