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There are many disappointing realities when it comes to social distancing. From missing time with loved ones to longing for travel and experiences, it’s difficult to adjust to a quarantined life — even after a year of staying indoors.
Finding little excuses to treat yourself can make all the difference in keeping a positive mindset. Even doing your hair or makeup can feel like dressing up for the Grammys after being a 24/7 couch potato in loungewear. And one fabulous way to feel just a little special is by giving yourself a manicure.
Painting your nails, however, requires a steady hand and patience. Even then, your nails never turn out quite right — and, even if they do, the nail polish is likely to chip. That’s where Static Nails comes in.
Static Nails are reusable, pop-on nails that give you an Instagram-worthy mani in minutes. The nails adhere with the most amazing nail glue ever, which keeps your fake nails in place about 7-18 full days. Seriously, they won’t budge.
Aside from this magic nail glue, the nails themselves are sleek and sassy. With a variety of different colors, shapes and lengths, there’s a nail style for everyone.
At $14 to $16 dollars per 24-nail set, Static Nails are more expensive than the press-ons you’d find at your local drugstore. But these are truly reusable when removed correctly, allowing you to get about three wears out of each set. And you won’t have to constantly re-glue wiggly nails, thanks to that magic glue.
If you want a fierce manicure — even when you’re only seeing yourself — give these sets a try. After all, you deserve a little pleasure among the chaos.
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