Tuesday, April 7, 2009

product crush...broadway nails!

there is nothing that perks up a girl's spirits like a manicure.

unfortunately, with the economy these days, little splurges like that can creep to the bottom of the priority list.

so you can't afford to hit the nail salon every 2-3 weeks and get a mani or have your nails filled? you may have crossed the idea of doing them yourself off the list.

i feel your pain. i learned my lesson about fake nails many years ago, back in junior high. the nail didn't fit my actual nail bed, they didn't stay on, and it was a train wreck just trying to apply them. they made me look like trailer park barbie!

hear me out-give Broadway Nails a shot. their "real life" nails look as good as any acrylics from the salon (without the tell-tale fill line!), they don't chip, they are easy to apply, and here is the best part-they stay put!! i promise. i'm hard on nails. i tap, i type, i open cans.

though they don't stay on endlessly, they will stay on for almost a week or more. for around $7.00 a pack, you can't beat it!

nobody has to know that you did them yourself.....

1 comment:

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