This Is the Easiest Way to Fake a Salon-Grade Manicure

This Is the Easiest Way to Fake a Salon-Grade Manicure

Getting my nails done is one of my all-time favourite treats. There’s nothing like walking out of the salon with a fresh set. Especially if it’s with some customised nail art or trying a trending nail colour. However, it’s definitely an occasional treat that I couldn’t afford to have all of the time. While I have a gel nail kit at home, it’s not the same as having them done professionally. Plus, I don’t have the steadiest of hands, so my nail art skills are quite questionable (being right-handed, the the designs on my right hand are never quite as neat as my left).

For the times when I can’t make it to the salon or I just don’t have the patience for complicated nail art, I reach for press on nails. False nails have come a long way, and you can now get every shape, length and design imaginable. And nowadays, they last for more than just a couple of hours.

From short neutral press ons to false nails with incredible nail art, there are so many artificial nails to choose from, and they’re usually attached in one of two ways. Some press ons come with a nail glue to secure the press ons in place, others come with a pre-glued adhesive which you simply press onto your natural nails. Either way, they’re way faster than sitting in the salon or waiting for your nails to dry.

Ahead, we’ve rounded up the best press on nails from classic colours to nail art designs.

If you like to keep it simple, but still like a little length in your nails, then these almond shaped blush nails are so pretty.

On the other hand, if you like a shorter nail, these square press ons look really chic.

Ombre designs are always a winner, and this French ombre will suit any situation.

How fun are these press on nails? I love the different nail art designs on each nails.

Tortoiseshell nails are perfect for this time of year.

Abstract swirls aren’t going anywhere, so these pink press ons are right on trend.

Sometimes, you just can’t go wrong with a classic red, and this shovel shape is flattering on all hands.

We love a colourful French tip, but these muted nude tones are really flattering.

If you love the look of glazed nails, these creamy metallic press ons will help you emulate the effect.

Like a minimalist design? These black dots add just enough detail to the neutral base colour.

I’m seeing this design from every top nail technician right now.

Black looks great on short nails.

These are the perfect way to add some colour to your fingertips, without any fiddly nail art.

How cool are these? I’ve never added something to my basket more quickly.

This asymmetrical reverse French design is so much fun.

I love the colour combination of the colourful French tip outline design.

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