Photo: Retailer Social distancing has left many acrylic and gel-polish wearers looking for alternatives. Some have chosen to opt for press-ons, which — fortunately — have undergone a sort-of renaissance as of late. Once unnatural-looking and frustratingly unsticky, in recent years they’ve become legitimate alternatives to more permanent extensions and, in the past few months, have become a way for nail artists to continue their businesses in the midst of a pandemic that limits in-person contact. Some of the pricier options can even be reused, meaning you can apply the same set a few times. Perfect press-ons will last at least a week, are durable (this means any gems and decals stay put) and won’t break in half. Rave Nailz founder Braelinn Frank recommends looking for sets that include at least 24 nails, which will ensure that there are enough sizes to fit your nails. This doesn’t apply to nail artists who make custom sets to fit your individual nail (more on that below), but is a good rule of thumb when purchasing mass-produced sets online. Once you’ve chosen a press-on nail you like, there are steps you can take to make it look ultra natural, like filing the nail to… Read full this story
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