On days when you feel lazy and don't want to put on makeup or fix up your hair, we highly recommend painting your nails a bright and fun color. There's just something about having an #aesthetic mani that can lift up your spirit, TBH. But since they can be time-consuming and messy if you don't have a steady hand, here's the next best thing you can try: Press-on nails! Here are just some of the reasons you need to try them:
- They're reusable.
- They aren't messy to apply.
- They come in all shapes and sizes.
- They're perfect to use if you want pretty nail art but you have shaky hands.
Interested yet? Check out these seven local Instagram shops that sell the prettiest press-on nails:
Local Instagram Shops That Sell Press-On Nails
1. Glossing Nails
Follow them: @glossingnails
Glossing Nails' pretty sets come with 10 double-coated nails that are handpainted with premium nail gel polish. When you order their sets, you also get a free nail care kit so you can keep on reusing your tips!
Follow them: @afterhours.mnl
Afterhours' wide variety of designs are available in 10- and 24-piece sets and you're free to customize the color, length, shape, and texture to make your new tips *truly* yours.
3. Spicy Kandy
Follow them: @spicykandy.ph
Aside from their affordable designs, Spicy Kandy also offers customized nails that range from P400 to P600.
Follow them: @illustris.ph
Illustris' designs range from prim and proper to fun and quirky, so there is definitely something for everyone!
5. Hello Nails
Follow them: @hellonails.ph
Hello Nails' super pretty press-on sets are very budget-friendly—they only cost less than P300.
6. Nails by K
Follow them: @nailsbyk_mnl
Nails by K's sets include 20 pieces of nails, nail glue, nail file, nail pad, cuticle stick, and an instruction card. Pro tip: If you don't want to measure your nails, we highly recommend getting 20-piece sets so you can just choose the ones that fit you the best.
Follow them: @kuko.ph
Kuko.ph's nail designs will definitely make you feel like a legit IG baddie.
*This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.