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Gerrie Summers

Custom Nails for Valentine’s Day

By February 6, 2013

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CNS Valentine's Day

If you want perfect and/or longer nails for St. Valentine's Day, you can get a perfect 10 from Custom Nail Solutions.

Custom Nail Solutions creates artificial nails that are unique to each individual's nails.  The standard kit is typically $129.95, but the company is currently running a Valentine's Day Special for $89.95.

The Valentine's Day Special includes one Standard Collection that includes the impression kit, one set of custom-fit nails and the at-home maintenance kit.

After placing your order, you will be sent an impressions kit with instructions to make impressions of your nails. After the kit, along with your nail impressions, are returned to the company, you should receive your artificial nails within one week.

For more information, visit Custom Nail Solutions.   You can get details on how the impressions are made and the end result in my review of the Custom Nails Solutions system.

Photo: Gerrie Summers


February 25, 2013 at 1:10 am
(1) Sadie says:

I just read through your review of Custom Nail Solutions.  Very nice! 
I ordered my nails last year, and I wish there would’ve been a review out like yours explaining the process from a users perspective. 
Regarding the color of the nails, I am white (and very pale), and un-tinted the nails also look very unnatural on me, and the white tip is way too white.  Like you said, they recommend painting the pink part with the tinted top-coat, but I paint the entire nail with the tinted topcoat and it looks wonderful. 

I originally ordered the “active” and “glamour” length, and even the “active” length was too long for me, and forget about the ”glamour” length, I’ve never even put those on .  I ended up having to order a set of the “sport” (the shortest) ones.  When I’m going on vacation or going to a special event I will put on the “active length”. 
I hope you’re enjoying your nails :)

February 25, 2013 at 1:13 am
(2) multiculturalbeauty says:

Thanks for your letter. I do believe the nails will last forever–I just wish I had ordered shorter ones! It’s hard to use my laptop wearing the Glamour nails!

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