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Saturday, December 29, 2012

Review & Swatchfest: Kiss Nail Dress in Teddy


Kiss Nail Dress in Teddy
Whether it's their Nail Dress or their imPRESS Press on Manis, I love Kiss nail products for their fast and easy application. Much like any brand, however, not all products within a line are created equal. I've tried @Kiss Nail Dress multiple times before, and had great experience each time, but that wasn't really the case with Teddy. 

Teddy is a textured pattern with a shiny black base with raised gold dots arranged to create fun swirls. While they look great in the package (and not terrible on my nails), it was harder to achieve smooth edges when filing off. As a result these only lasted for a day before the frayed edges started catching on clothing and soon had to be peeled off. On the one hand, the super fast application and removal makes these the epitome of a perfect mani. However, I expect any manicure - polish or otherwise - to last longer than a day (especially when they cost $6.99 per package). Like I said before, I've had good experience with these in the past, but I think the raised pattern on these set them up for failure from the get go. That being said, I would recommend other patterns from this line because you can not only get two manicures out of one package, but you can also do your toes as well, which makes the $6.99 price tag a bargain.

You can learn more about Kiss Nail Dress on their site! This was given to me as part of the +Influenster Holiday VoxBox, however all thought and opinions are honest and original. 

Kiss Nail Dress in Teddy

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