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    Default Short term Fake nails that won't damage

    I have two events coming up and would love long nails, similar look to acrylic but not as damaging, so I assume something that will only last short term

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    Ou can get ones in Priceline that glue on and last a week or so. I used them once got lots of remarks on how nice they looked.
    You can get then in French, and different colours. The colours look better I found the French looked a bit fake.

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    Just get the ones from Priceline that you glue on. They don't damage and can easily pull off once you are done. You can get them 'natural' and paint them yourself or you can get ones with designs/colors already on them.

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    Thanks. I would like them for around 1 week.

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    Would chemist warehouse sell fake nails?

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    Woolies has nice fake nails from plain to fancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by singa06 View Post
    Would chemist warehouse sell fake nails?
    I'd say so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    Woolies has nice fake nails from plain to fancy
    I used those on the weeked and the comments I got on my wonderful nails ... lol. They looked great and I peeled them off (they weren't falling off at all) for work today.

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    Please don't use the glue on ones as they can really damage your nail beds it's the glue that does the damage. Got To a qualified nail tech & ask for gel nails they are usually about $50-$70

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    Quote Originally Posted by jagamoe View Post
    Please don't use the glue on ones as they can really damage your nail beds it's the glue that does the damage. Got To a qualified nail tech & ask for gel nails they are usually about $50-$70
    Aren't they worse?
    I've never had them but thought they were similar to acrylics?


 

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