That’s why press-on nails are becoming the next big beauty trend for at-home self-care.
Recently, I’ve noticed that press-on nail designs are having a moment, as they make for a less messy and more artful at-home manicure.
In fact, Google searches for press-on nails increased significantly between March and May, likely pointing to how people have looked for ways to re-create salon-worthy regimens at home.
Some brands have picked up on the idea. For example, the Brooklyn-based salon Paintbucket released its own line of $15 nail wraps, and Chillhouse, another salon in New York City, launched a collection of $16 press-on nails called Chill Tips.
The concept of faux nails isn’t anything brand-new — it’s said that artificial nails were created in the 1950s by a dentist who broke his nail at work and replaced it with dental acrylic.
There are also plenty of press-on nail products available on Amazon and at drugstores, which offer the same (and genius, if you ask me) concept: already-painted nails that can be applied over one’s natural nails.
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