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Beauty - gel fantasy nails from Kiss

Hey lovelies,
I'm back with another nail product from Kiss products, can you tell I love em. This time I'm talking about the Gel fantasy rush hour* nails. These pale pink/nude nails with a stunning glitter detail are just lush, and how easy are they either use the adhesive tabs or glue provided, no having to deal with layers of polish and glitter, cause you know how stressful taking glitter off your nails is?

The thing I have found since I have been using kiss products nails is these beauties stay on, no having nails drop off throughout the day, and of course they are so reasonable these gel fantasy ones retail at just £6.99 from boots, so in many cases cheaper than the nail polish you would need to create this design and certainly cheaper than visiting a salon.
Each box contains 24 nails of varying sizes so its easy to match up your size, plus glue and adhesive tabs.

I think this design is super pretty and delicate perfect for a wedding guest or maybe prom. 

If you are looking for good quality reasonably priced nails I would highly recommend giving these ago.

Have you tried Kiss nails? 

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