Kiss carries a full line of artificial nail products, including full cover nails that fit tightly over your existing nails to provide an attractive set of nails when your own nails are not as attractive as you prefer. The Kiss nails stay in place for about one to two weeks, depending on the amount of wear and tear the nails receive. When you need to remove the nails, follow a safe removal procedure so you do not damage your own fingernails.

Things You'll Need

Clip off longer nails with your nail clippers, and file the remainder of the nails with a nail file. You want to break up that protective top coat that keeps the nails tightly in place.

Soak a paper towel or cotton bowl in an acetone-based nail polish remover, and rub gently over the Kiss nails.

Pull gently to see if the nails will come off. Do not pull hard, as you don’t want to damage your own nails.

Remove tougher nails by soaking the nails in a disposable bowl filled with enough acetone-based nail polish remover to submerge your fingernails while in the bowl. Let the nails soak for about 5 minutes.

Pull off the softened nails gently. Rub your own fingernails with a cotton ball or paper towel soaked in the nail polish remover to remove any leftover adhesive. Discard the bowl and any leftover nail polish remover.

References and Resources

Kiss USA: Frequently Asked Questions