Easy peasy: Kiss ImPRESS Press-On Pedicure

No time for a pedicure?

I chatted about the Kiss ImPress Press-On Pedicure last week on my travel essentials post, but I had to do a solo post on these since they are just so darn good. If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you’ll know that I absolutely love the Kiss ImPRESS Press-On Manicure, so when I got these in the mail, I was a bit skeptical. With that being since, I’ve only had good experiences with the hand version, I figured I would go into the feet version with an open mind.

The Kiss ImPRESS Press-On Pedicure come in a variety of different styles and are perfect if you’re bad at painting your toes, don’t have time for a proper pedicure, or just want to rock cool nail art. The brand sent me a variety of different kinds and I’ve already gone through two packs and definitely plan on making my way through more. These work the same way as the fingernail ones, in that you get 24 different sizes of nails and you just find the ones that fit your different nail shape. Unlike the manicure ones though, these also have a tab on the ends so it’s easier to apply them since some of them are quite small (like for the pinky toes).

Close up of Kiss ImPRESS Press-On Pedicure Kiss ImPRESS Press-On Pedicure

First, clean the nail with the included prep pad, then find the proper sizes for your nails, remove the adhesive backing and press them on. That’s it, super easy. At first glance, I totally didn’t think these would stick on well since the toes are so much smaller than nails, and with wearing shoes and socks so often, I thought the humidity and moisture would loosen the glue.  Granted I haven’t really worked out much since I’ve been on vacation for the past week (and before then I was busy with various events), but for the most part, they stayed on better than I thought (including through seven hours at the pool on Sunday). In fact, I wore both the manicure and pedicure ones to Toronto this past weekend and the mani ones came off before the feet ones did.

As for comfort, I thought these would poke my other toes, but again, I couldn’t even feel them. I really can’t remember the last time a product proved me wrong. I was totally hesitant on these when I first got them, but colour me impressed.

Now obviously these won’t replace all the benefits of a pedicure, but if you’re looking for something cute to sport on your toes (not only do they have cool nail art, but some style are glittery and others have cool textures), or just don’t have time to run out to get one (like me), these do the trick. My toes were so gross prior to my vacation and as soon as I popped these on, I couldn’t wait to wear open-toed shoes.

Wearing Kiss ImPRESS Press-On Pedicure

Kiss consistently just nails it with their nails and lashes and these are no different. Summer just started, so pick up a pair and rock them.

How do you feel about press-on toesnails?

Please note, products provided by PR. All opinions are my own.

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