I was so excited to try them that I forgot to take a picture of the packaging before I ripped it open. The picture above is what the nails usually come packaged like.
The application process was really easy. I just had to peal off the backing, and literally press the fake nail onto my real one. I made sure to hold it down for ten seconds, and then it was done! It took me about 5 minutes to finish both hands. Here's how they looked:
I thought they looked great and was excited to show them off. Unfortunately, they didn't last. One fell off after an hour, and more fell off without me even realizing it. I put more on, but they didn't last the day. I wasn't even doing very much with my hands because if the fake nails hit anything they kind of hurt and would press hard on my cuticles. I was super disappointed! They claim on the packaging to last up to a week...which clearly they did not.
Overall, if you plan on going to the bathroom at any point, washing your hands, or doing anything besides sitting around all day, I don't recommend these nails. They have gorgeous patterns, but the press-on thing just doesn't last. I think if you used a little nail glue with them, they would be great though.
Have you had better luck with these nails? Let me know!