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  • Product Description

      We nailed it... again! 

      To celebrate the release of our incredible Hotline Gel Liners, we’ve designed this set of adorable press-on nails featuring black and white mod designs that will go perfectly with your Hotline look! This set of 24 classic almond shaped nails are fully customizable and packaged with a file, cuticle pusher, and clear nail glue.

      Length: Medium
      Shape: Almond
      Effect: Black and White 60s inspired design
      Finish: Glossy
      Opacity: Opaque
      Thickness: 0.92mm
      Easily Removed & Reused
      Customizable

      Includes:
      24 Press-on Nails in 12 Sizes
      1 Nail Glue
      1 Mini Nail File
      1 Cuticle Pusher

      How to Use: 
      Remove any nail polish, wash hands and nails thoroughly and use wooden cuticle stick to push back cuticles. Lightly buff nails with mini nail file. 

      1. Choose a press-on nail that best fits your natural nail size. 
      2. Apply an even layer of glue to natural nails and the back of press on nails. Do not directly apply nail glue to cuticles or surrounding skin. 
      3. At a 45 degree angle, place the press-on nail at the base of your nail and gently press down. Hold firmly for 10-20 seconds.

      How to Remove:
      Soak nails in warm water for 10 minutes to loosen the nail glue. Gently remove by peeling nails from the side. Re-soak if needed. 

      Trixie’s Pro Tip: If you want your nails to stay put through a full day of filming with your chaotic best friend, here's the secret: Lightly buff the top of your nails and swipe with an alcohol wipe before applying the nail glue.

      Plays Well With: Hotline Gel Liner - Black , Hotline Gel Liner - White, Hotline Bundle, Hotline Soft Touch Mirror

      • Vegan
      • Cruelty-Free

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 7 reviews
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    Emma

    So cute love

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    Savannah

    I’m obsessed with these. I hope they keep putting out black and white nails. One can hope 👀

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    Juanwara Cook
    Cute nails but problems with the glue

    The nails themselves are very cute but the glue will not come out of the tube and there is barely any of it. I thought maybe I just needed to get it warm but even then it wouldn't budge. I eventually got enough out by opening the back and rolling the glue like a tube of toothpaste. I'd recommend getting a different nail glue/ stickers before buying.

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    Elaine Nicholson
    Cute but be careful!

    The glue that was provided wasn't helpful (I literally couldn't get any out even after trimming back the tip a LOT), but I had a stash of other nail glue. The issue is that the glue I use seems to be stronger than the nails themselves. One of them snapped in half while I was fastening my jeans, but the glue held. I was lucky and able to use a different pattern for my thumb nails, but I'm gonna baby these because I'd like to use them again. They're so cute, I cannot recommend the look of them enough.

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    Tiffany
    Thick, tacky glue and barely any glue.

    When I sat down to apply the nails, I cut the pointed tip of the glue bottle and squeezed. No glue came out. I expected near liquid glue like in the application video. I could see maybe 1/4 of the bottle had glue and it was sitting at the twist end. So I unscrewed the cap and squeezed, getting barely any glue out. At that point I had to stick something in the bottle and pull out glue. The glue was thick and pulled like taffy. I put on about 5 nails before I gave up because the glue was too hard to work with and it left long stretches of glue and got on my skin/press ons/table. The container didn’t have any sign of leaking or why the glue was absolutely horrible. I was very discouraged and threw it all away.

    The nails are absolutely cute and I felt like I found perfect fits among the press-ons available. But that just makes this terrible experience hurt more.

    I feel it’s only right to have the disclaimer I never used press-on nails before, but reading instructions and watching the video is simple enough. Following everything as written and shown in videos, there’s no reason that the glue was that bad on my part. The whole experience was very discouraging and I don’t know if I’d try this type of thing again.