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Product description

Color:L5054-1

▶ Color: L5054-1 press on nails

▶ Specifications:
Features: short medium length, stiletto sharp shaped, glitter design.
Material: ABS
Packaging: OPP bag

▶How to apply:
1. Take off your old polish and/or nails. Having old polish on your nails will make it harder for the fake nails to stick. They'll end up falling off in a day or two unless you take this necessary step.
2. Using the alcohol pad to clear your nail bed, if you have, use the cuticle stick to removal of dead skin.
3. Select the correct size nails for each finger, apply glue stickers to nails, press for few minutes to make nails stick more firmly.

"b"▶ How to remove:
1. Do not force or pull nails off.
2. Soak nail in warm water for 10-15 minutes.
3. Gently Peel off at the edge.

"b"▶ Remind:
1. Different screen resolutions may cause slight color difference, please allow certain chromatic aberration.
2. Everyone’s nail length is different, the same kind of false nails may be longer for some people, but shorter for others.
3. Our artificial fingernails are packed in plastic bag, please DM us if you need gift box, many thanks.
4. Accessories like alcohol pad, cuticle stick need to buy separately. Due to ship issue, nails come with adhesive tabs instead of liquid glue.

"b" ▶▶▶ We know we are far away from each other, so we will be here waiting to help you, feel free to contact us if you have any inquiries about our false nails.

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