Nailene Nails Review

November 13, 2009

Hello everyone! So first off, just want to say HI to all my new followers! WOW can't believe I have 415 readers. amazing! Thanks to everyone for loving my blog. I love writing, it seems to come naturally for me =).

So before I start getting to lovey, this post is a review on Nailene Nails. I have to admit this is my first time trying press-on nails. Everytime I used to either get a manicure or go and spend $20 or more on acrylic nails. Doubt I will be doing any of those options anytime soon, because I am really liking these nails.

Here are a few pics:

I didn't know what else to "clutch", so I chose my new clutch purse. HA! But you can see how natural they look! It took me about 10 minutes to complete them on both hands.

These are the nails that I used:

Nailene's Light-As-Air Nails in Medium Length/Square Shape

Now these ones are a really good length and I love if I'm going out and never got a manicure for the longest time, I can easily put these on and go.

So hope you enjoyed! And also let me know:
Have you tried press on nails or these ones? What are your likes/dislikes?
Let me know!
I adore reading everyone's comments!

♥ Stephanie


  1. I have tried on press on nails when I was younger. My mom wouldn't let me get my nails done at the salon so this was the closest thing. The only thing I didn't like when I was younger was the glue I would always put too much. I am thinkin of giving these press ons another try since I think I will do a better job now than when I was younger.

  2. They look great! Maybe I will give them a try!

  3. They look amazing! I haven't worn stick on nails for absolutely years, I can remember being fifteen and ramming them down my dry, bitten, cuticles to make myself look a bit mroe grown up. Eeek! I have been contemplating the idea of trying them out again recently though.

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    If you'll have problems viewing the page, try refreshing it. That should do the trick.

  5. Waa! I just tried refreshing and it didn't work. I guess I will just have to copy and paste the whole thing. :)

    To request your DVD exchange or refund (limited to four (4) per household), you must follow the steps below for each DVD returned (note: you may return more than one DVD in the same mailing envelope, but you MUST include a completed mail-in certificate or completed 8½x11 sheet of paper for each DVD you are returning) :

    1. Package the DVD, in its original DVD case (if available), into a suitable mailing envelope or package.
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    3. Indicate the DVD title you are returning and date of purchase.
    4. Check the appropriate box on the exchange/refund request form found below or write in on your sheet of paper your choice of :
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    The Baby Einstein DVD Guarantee/Upgrade Offer
    P.O. Box 3200
    Neenah, WI 54957-3200

    Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery of your exchange or refund check. Returns must be sent in a suitable envelope or package with the necessary postage. Limit four (4) exchanges (including upgrades and discounts) or refunds per household or address during the return period ending March 4, 2010. Group submissions are void. Exchanges and refunds will not be mailed to P.O. Boxes. Check with your local post office for a street address. Exchange or refund rights may not be assigned or transferred. Requests not in compliance with all the terms of this offer will not be acknowledged or returned. All submissions are subject to verification. Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment reserves the right to review questionable submissions. Any requests sent to the above P.O. Box for anything other than a legitimate product exchange or refund will not be acknowledged. Void where prohibited, restricted or taxed by law. Inquiries to this offer received later than 30 days after the expiration date of March 4, 2010 will not be acknowledged. Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment assumes no responsibility for lost, late, damaged, misdirected, mutilated, illegible, incomplete or postage-due mail. For inquiries, including if you believe you purchased your Baby Einstein DVD(s) for a different amount, please call our Customer Service Department toll free at 1-800-793-1454 (Prompt #5) or e-mail us at

  6. By the way, you can get the Official Mail-in Certificate from this link:

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  8. It looks so natural and pretty. I have to admit that I've never tried press-on nails as I'm afraid of the damage it might do to my nail beds but I'm super tempted to try =P

  9. I've never tried press ons either,i I usually just have an acrylic overlay but I might be interested to try them!!