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Beauty - At home French manicure from Kiss

Hey lovelies,
Now spring is slowly on it's way, I have freshened up my makeup and that includes my nails, gone are the dark polishes of Winter and I am embracing a fresher look, and what better Spring look for your nails then a classic French manicure? I dunno bout you but painting a french manicure myself is out of the question due to being totally incompetent, and going to a salon to get my nails done is way out of my price range, so along comes Kiss bring the salon home nails, perfect for getting that sleek French mani look without the hassle or hefty price tag.
There are a few different packs of Kiss Bring the salon home nails available at Boots, I have reviewed today the Petite French nail kit*, perfect if you prefer a shorter length nail as I do.

What I love about these nails, is how natural and not fake they look, they are super easy to apply, especially with the little tab on each nail making them easy to hold while glueing, and once these are on they stay put pretty well I wore them over the weekend fine without any problems. But best of all the pack contains 28 different sized nails making it easy to match up the right size nail for each finger and the pack only costs £7.95, which for such a professional look is pretty damn good I reckon. 

Do you like the French manicure look ?

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1 comment

  1. These look so nice and easy too. Gemma x


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