I enjoy doing my own fingernails. While out shopping this week, I came across the Broadway Nails Real Life Brush-On Gel Nail Kit. From the box, it looks like it would be easy, so I decided to give it a try.
The back of the box says “No UV light”, “No Odor”, “No Filing”, “Extends Polish Wear” and it also says formula dries under 5 minutes. The kit comes with everything you will need. Nail tips (French and natural), brush on gel brush on activator, brush cleaner, file, and manicure stick. This post contains affiliate links. Which means I’ll make a small commission if you make a purchase.
I have not tried the gel nails before, but I have tried to do acrylic nails myself and I am just not good at it. This nail kit is as simple as it says – 3 easy steps. If you can polish your own nails, you can do this gel kit. First, you find the size you need for your nails. Once you have the size you need, you brush on the gel to the underside and apply them to your nails. I followed the steps given in the instructions to do one hand brushing on gel first on each nail, then the activator. It is best to each nail one at a time; brush on the gel, then activator, then move to the next fingernail until all 10 nails are done. If the gel dries before the activator is applied, your nails will have this tacky feeling to them.
I did the French tips but will try the clear tips so that I can add color for holiday season. The end result, a couple of the nails are not as perfect as I would like, but I think the second time I will be able to a achieve the look I want. If you are looking for something easy to try on your nails give this a try. It is also cost less than going to a nail salon.
Do you prefer to do your own nails or go to the nail salon?
UPDATE 10/28/2018, this product has been hard to find, but the Kiss Brush-On Gel kit is one that I have tried and got great results. Easy to do just like the Broadway Nails kit.
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