These Reusable Pop-On Nails Are Better Than Acrylics and Come in Classic Colors You Actually Want to Wear


With spring is in full swing and summer is on the horizon, we see tons of exciting events in your near future. We don’t blame you if every one of those weddings, graduations, vacations, or other special events ignite the desire to show up with beautifully manicured nails. The only problem? Manicures can be time-consuming and expensive.

Luckily, Static Nails may have the answer to your woes. The award-winning brand is the creator of the first-ever reusable pop-on manicure. Each set can be worn for up to 18 days or can be reapplied up to six separate times for shorter wear.

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Unlike the clunky, fake-looking adhesive nails you’re used to seeing, Static Nails are designed to closely resemble natural nails. “They match the thickness of a fingernail—flexible yet durable. You won't even realize you are wearing pop-ons, and neither will your friends,” the brand’s website reads


Each Static Nails set ($16) comes with 24 nails, offering 12 different sizes per hand to ensure you’ll get the perfect fit for your fingernails. The brand has developed its own specially formulated glue, which is supposed to be as strong as acrylic hold, but won’t damage your nails. Their products are vegan and free of parabens, phthalates and sulfates. To make matters even better, the nails only take an average of seven minutes to apply.

Static Nails offers sets inspired by popular nail trends, making it easier to try everything from extreme matte shades and nude styles to the shattered-glass look. It even sells sets that’ll give you the perfect holographic manicure or fingernails that look reminiscent of marble stone. It’s no wonder it's already loved by beauty bloggers and high-fashion models.

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You can also customize most of its products with your own polish. Just set the Static Nails down on double-sided tape, paint them with your preferred polish and pop them on when dry. If you later want to go back to the original color, nail polish remover will easily take off the paint you added.

Static Nails are versatile, easy to apply and cheaper than a salon manicure, so we’ll definitely be giving them a shot this season.

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