Thought I would write a quickie about where I buy my Press-On Nail Supplies. I really like the creative process with press-on nails and I also make a little extra income this way. And so can YOU!
I recommend playing around with press-on nails, even if you don’t plan on selling them or wearing them. I think they are a great tool to practice your nail art and techniques. I will just be covering the basics in press-on supplies in this article. If you need full supplies please check out my previous articles, The Gel Nail Supplies That I Buy From Amazon and The Supplies You Need To Start Your Own Gel Nail Business.
These lovely nail tips come in a variety of sizes and shapes. You can start at sporty, short and square and go all the way up to three inch long stiletto. The choice is yours. I like to wear my press-ons from time to time, so I like to buy the sizes and length that I would wear myself.
The most professional looking and best wearability go to KOKOIST. They are an amazing company that really focus on the quality of their product. They have amazing reviews and affiliates that I really trust! When I sell my press-on nails I make sure I always use these tips!
For something a little cheaper, just to get you practicing, I would definitely hit up amazon. These are a great less expensive alternative. And If I mess up, I’m not so devastated to throw these away! I have worn these as well. They are strong and ultimately lasted me two weeks!! I do really believe the type of glue you use makes all the difference.
Lots of fun options on there I encourage you to check them out!
I will keep this one short and sweet. This is the glue that I buy. It’s from amazon. It is $13ca for 10 of them!! And they last the two week mark easily. I have been washing dishes, gardening and swimming daily with very little issue. This is a serious bang for your buck!! I love the KDS nail glue.
Side Note: I have tried using gorilla glue before and It really doesn’t hold up the way you would think.
You need to invest in a cute little nail stand. I bought this exact one and love the look for photos. Each one is magnetized so they pop off easily when you need them to. I add a little sticky tack to the top and adhere my press-on nail with that. Then when it is time to remove the nail it is a breeze!
These little stands are light, cute and completely necessary when playing with your press-on nails.
If you do start getting some interest in your press-on nail designs, then maybe it is time to sell a few. In which case you will need some cute packaging.
I added a little nail file bundle and the glue I purchased. I made myself some stickers off of vista print to put on the outside and they were ready to go! As I said in the beginning of this article, this could be another way to monetize off of your gel nail business. It is fun to play with and relatively inexpensive to get started!!
I encourage you to give it a try.
I have lots of videos in my highlights section on my Instagram page, if you are interested in seeing the process firsthand. If you have any questions on press-on nail supplies or what technique I use when making mine, please reach out or leave a comment below! I love hearing from all of you and am always available to offer advice or experience 🙂
Thank you so much for reading! You all keep me inspired to keep writing and creating content daily!! I cherish you and am so grateful for all the support!
Cheyanne – The Nail Lamp Tramp