Friday, May 12, 2017

Pretty Woman - Designer Press On Nails (swatches and review)

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Hi guys! Today I have a little bit of a different post for you! Press on nails! Not everyone is able to grow naturally long, luxurious nails; and not everyone can do nail art. That's where press on nails come in handy!


I, myself, used to wear fake/press on nails for many years. I currently wear my natural nails on the short to medium length side, so should I want to go a night with longer talons or even just see how a length would look on me, these are a great option.

If you want them to stay on for a longer period of time, you'll want to use the enclosed glue that comes in each package.

Since I was simply trying them on for photos, I chose to use the sticky tabs enclosed, which can be removed right away or after several hours of wear.

It also comes with a handy little tool to aid you in nail placement. On one end it is a tiny suction cup and on the other its sort of a slot the nail can stick into. Very helpful!

The first pair I tried are the long length, stiletto shape! (Item# PW3D1293) This particular set features glossy back nails, silver glitter nails and three designer nails! I legit felt like such a badass wearing these; though I quickly learned that I have no chance of being able to type at all! LOL

The second set is the ultra short square shape! (Item# SOTN053) This particular set is your basic matte red nails. I love these! I thought my husband would like the other set more, but he said he really loved the shorter nails and that the matte red just looked so soft.

I really enjoyed trying these! It has been years since I've thrown on a pair of press on nails and it brought back a bit of nostalgia for me! They were easy to use and the quality was great!

They come in a variety of designs and are offered in many shapes. Round, Almond, Ballerina, Square and Stiletto!

Each set is currently priced at $7.99 USD and are available at Walmart, as well as!

Thanks for reading!


  1. Ooohhh, flashback! I wore these for several years when I was a professor and didn't have time to do my nails. You wear them far better than I did!

  2. These are actually really great looking! If I ever wanted the look with all the gems and pearls, I'd probably go with press ons. I'd be too afraid I'd knock them off randomly otherwise. I do love that matte red look.

  3. Those are really pretty, but I wouldn't use press ons.