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on 10/22/2017 5:59:00 AM
More reviews by Wawa85
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
I started out using the Nailene Salon nails, glue on nails after my nails became extremely weak from one application of CND Shellac from a nail salon (they filed my nail beds down way too much!). I found because I’ve got flat nail beds that I needed to by the thinner more flexible range of Nailene Nails - the Ultra Flex. Unfortunately these come in only one colour and two lengths, medium and short. As a Remedial Massage Therapist I need to keep my nails relatively short else I pinch or scratch clients. I found using the Nailene Ultra Quick Glue helped my nails last up to 10 days, usually just needed to re-glue my thumb nails once or twice due to my flat nail beds. I got lots of compliments on my nails with most people thinking I’d had acrylic done. I wouldn’t bother using the adhesive stickers that come in the kit for anything but one day wear if you want a quick glamour look for a night out, they certainly don’t stay on when I’m contact with massage oil!
on 10/26/2016 7:18:00 AM
More reviews by spaflam
Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine
Bought these (and some extra bail glue) at Walgreen's for my 12 year old who broke one nail way down. I am not an advocate for artificial tip sets, but Nailene served its purpose in a pinch. Reasonable length and good fit around the cuticle area.
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on 10/13/2015 9:07:00 AM
More reviews by valmont32677
Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Nailene convert here!! I used to be a hardcore Broadway (Real Short French) & Kiss (gel or any interesting designs but most comes in medium which isn't my fave I prefer short). So I saw Nailene on the rack at my local-yocal Kroger grocery & they are always the cheapest ones they looked nice I mean French is French so what the hay I got them & the Nailene 3 second glue together for like ~USD$6+/- & I applied them easily 4 days ago no air bubbles didn't pop off or break any nails so far so good & it looks very professional. There is enough in there for a 2nd manicure even! French is French so why buy Kiss which is $7 when u can get the nails w the glue for cheaper & do I dare say better results??? I'm converted. My nails are very important to me so I wear DS nails almost constantly w very little to no damage & saves me a s--t ton of money & obligation of depending on a salon for fill ins. I don't like salons coz i don't like certain social interactions & if it's snowing I'm not going out for a fill in or broken nail! I always keep packs of nails/glues/bottle of acetone on hand & I hate painting my nails but I love applying these & mine stay on minimum of a week for other brands so I will update. 4 days going strong here ATM! The sizes do run a bit smallish I can't use the very smallest pinky ones.
on 6/3/2015 3:37:00 PM
More reviews by BabyDoll107
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure
These are great. I was so addicted to using them at one stage. If applied correctly and looked after will last up to a week +. The pack comes with a variety of nail sizes so all individual nails will fit your natural nail almost perfectly. And there's enough in the packet for 2 applications (although I used to re-use mine a lot) They look really good and are definitely worth trying :)
on 1/1/2014 5:46:00 PM
More reviews by foryoursmile
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
I picked this up for about $6 wanting my nails to look nice for the holiday but being a little cramped on time. ^^; I picked the short beige french nail kit because I didn't think I'd fair well with longer lengthed nails and trying to do stuff. The nails themselves were just slightly longer than my natural nails and of great quality. When finished applying they looked almost as though I really went for a manicure. My only qualm was that I kept having nails pop off on me even though I wasn't doing that rigorous of activities with my hands, and by a week I was totally ready to just let them come off. Despite using the glue on both real and fake nails. So if I did repurchase again, I may opt to just use a different nail glue to see if I have better luck. But at least they lasted during the Christmas day for me which was all I really cared about.
on 7/22/2013 4:50:00 PM
More reviews by IUPgrad2010
Skin: Other, Olive, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Curly, Coarse
ok, to start I am in absolute utter love with these nails... $5 well spent, will be buying "backups" though I don't think ill need them. anywho, it is Monday 7/22, I have had these wonderous things on my fingers since this past Saturday 7/20 ( I know this doesn't seem like a long time, but for me, and my profession it is. I am a CNA so im ALWAYS being ruff on my hands) plus I worked In the yard, like serious yardwork (pulling weeds,cutting trees, snapping branches and stuffing into bags kinda work) and had NO PROBLEM ,NO POPPING OFF, NO HAVING TO RE GLUE!! I trusted them so much I left the glue at home.. (other brands id be carrying it In my purse/pocket) ive had people ask if ive gotten them done, NOPE! lol not anymore, I used to be an avid in the salon every other week for those $30 acrylics. I am so beyond happy I went out of my comfort zone. Ive put these nails through H*** and there sticking like day one. I adore them only thing I DONT like ( and I can live with it...) is the packaging, you open it, and some pop out, or try to take one out and get a few lol for $5 its well worth it...will update if anything goes wrong... ( which I doubt :-) ) update: its 7/27 I still have these on, still no regluing... still going strong.... lovin them
on 6/11/2012 11:34:00 PM
More reviews by jennnxox
Skin: Combination, Medium Brown, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I picked up these nails for about $4 at Wal*Mart because I didn't have time for a nail appointment before my flight. They have a good variety of sizes for different size nails and look gorgeous. If you put them on correctly (glue on your natural nail AND the fake nail) they actually stay for longer than seven days, but you're not recommended to keep them on past a week. The package came with enough nails to do my nails twice and allow for some mess-ups. There may be better false nails out there, but these are amazing, especially for the price. For anyone wondering...these will NOT pop off if you apply them properly. Wipe the nail with nail polish and apply the glue correctly.
on 1/5/2012 10:10:00 PM
More reviews by dunganb
Skin: Normal, Fair, Not Sure
I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE this product. I used to love painting my nails, however it becomes extremely time consuming and I hated waiting for them to dry. One night I was at a local CVS and I happen to see the box for these nails, they were 50% off and I figured, what the heck, and bought them. I put them on, had NO air bubbles, they fit PERFECT and they looked great. The one issue that I did run into is that the glue gets messy on your fingers. To get rid of the glue I used a nail clipper and a file. I peeled off most of the glue without damaging my skin and what was left over I gently took the file to it. I then washed my hands and applied baby lotion every few hours to keep my hands moisturized. The first week i had them my nails were a little sore but that went away within a few days and I reapply a new set every week and haven't had any soreness since the first set. Absolutely LOVE this product. They haven't broken, chipped or fallen off. :) GET THIS PRODUCT!!!!!!
on 10/28/2010 10:13:00 PM
More reviews by iLoveYoutwo
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine
Having great looking nails are important to me...So I used to get gel done in California and in Asia,but now where I live, the nail technicians are no good at doing gel nails so I've given up doing my nails altogether. One day I couldn't stand it and I read so many good reviews about Nailene on the internet, so I couldn't pass! I got these for only $3.50 (50% off now!!!! at CVS!!!!!!!) I'm pretty clumsy...so I wasn't expecting to do a very good job at all, but they look like they were almost done by a professional. All you have to do, is find the exact sizes for your nails, glue both the artificial and natural nails (make sure you cover the whole nail!!) and Ooohh la la you've got great nails.However, there are some negatives that bothered me...first, I found the PERFECT fits for my four nails except for my thumb nail......so I found the closest one that matches but they give off that fake look on my thumbs :( Also, I doubt these would stay on for very long.....Even when theses are advertised as short length square shaped, If you are looking for short nails, don't go for these. These are definitely not short length in my opinion!But for $3.50 / a BOX for nice nails, you can't pass !!! I want to stock up before they stop this offer :)
on 9/20/2010 11:55:00 AM
More reviews by FlannyCupcake
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool
Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine
I really liked this product. The last time I used press on nails was when I was a senior in high school. That was a long time ago. But alas we fast forward to the present. So here's the deal...I had a wedding to go to and wanted to wear nails or at least have nice looking nails. I didn't want to spend tons of money going to a salon, so for $5.00 (I had a coupon) I purchased a really nice set of tips. What I loved most is the glue is tinted pink! Nice touch! Since I purchased the short lenght, French manicure tips, the tinted glue really gave the nails a more professional look. It's my 3rd day and all the nails are in tact and I'mm still getting complements on how nice them look. I would buy these again for sure.
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