A Review: imPRESS Press-on Pedicure.

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Okay… I know I have talked in excess about imPRESS press-on manicures… but now I’m talking pedicures!

I didn’t even know imPRESS had press-on pedicures until I started following them on Instagram a few months ago. Then, not only did I see the pedicures, but there was a BOGO sale for manis and pedis.

So, I bought three sets of matching press-on manicures and pedicures. I got all neon sets, and as I’m writing this, I have used all three sets.

Here are the three matching sets I got:

  • Mani: Bounce | Pedi: Feelings (neon green)
  • Mani: Hello | Pedi: Dreamer (Bright blue)
  • Mani: Trendy | Pedi: Super Star (Neon orange)

The press-on pedicures work the same as the manicures. Each pack comes with 24 toenails, so there’s a variety of sizes and if one falls off, you can likely find a replacement in the batch. It also comes with a cuticle stick, mini nail file, and the prep pad.

I was really excited to try these because I’ve always been a little self-conscious about my feet and toenails. I always try to keep my nails trimmed and painted, but they never look quite as good as they do after a professional pedicure.

I figured these would add that little extra layer to make my feet look ready for summer. But, I was also worried there wouldn’t be toenails in the pack that would actually fit my nails.

Have no fear, there are plenty of shapes and sizes in there. I’ve learned after using three sets now, go for the nails that fit the width of your toenail, and then you can trim the length.

I used the neon green set first, and applied them the night before I was going to a friend’s pool. They looked great! I ended up having two of the nails come off in the pool, which was a bit of a bummer.

However, I replaced them the next day — and reread the directions — and it said the more firm you are when you press the nail on, the better chance you have of getting a really nice stick.

Ever since, I’ve never lost a nail and have been in the pool, bath, etc. So, these will stay — just follow all of the directions!

I really loved the neon green set and the neon orange set. I am wearing the blue set now, and I do have one issue with them: the back of these nails are white, while the others are the same color as the nail all the way through. The white on the underside is visible on the end of the nail, which I don’t like (probably a personal preference, but wanted to mention it).

I honestly love these pedicures so much, I bought several other sets, including:

  • Brand New | rich lilac
  • With Coffee | neon pink
  • Sweet Holiday | sunny yellow
  • Cool Mint | mint green

When I was buying the additional sets, I was thinking, “Hmmm there aren’t really any fall colors…” and then I realized it’s probably because these are unlikely for fall wearing.

I have worn mine with tennis shoes — even gone on a mile walk in them — and had no issues or weird feelings. But, probably once we all start wearing boots or whatever, we can ditch the faux toenails 🙂

The only other thing I’ll say is that… the website doesn’t make it that easy to find the matching manicures and pedicures. Most of them are pretty obvious just by the color, but I wish they had a page of the matching sets or had similar names.

I bought the manicure “Mint to Be” and the pedicure “Cool Mint” thinking they would match. Nope! They are similar, but definitely not a match.

Other than that, I honestly love these things! I think they would be perfect for a vacation, pool party, wedding, etc… but I also just love having them on and seeing my feet looking fantastic!

Have you or would you try something like this?

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