One sheet includes 16 wraps.
One sheet includes 16 wraps.
With correct application 10 - 14 days on anyone’s fingernails, even a dog groomer, and 4-6 weeks on toes.
Make Me Nails is brewed by Minx and uses the same application process as Minx DIY line. Unlike nail wraps that are made of freeze dried nail polish MMNs do not dry out so you can use the “spares” as accent nails, collect or trade them. Nor does MMNs require nail polish remover to remove, simply warm and peel slowly from side to side, freeze dried nail polish wraps need to be removed with chemicals.
Any product that puts the spotlight on nails benefits nail technicians and nail salon owners by increasing awareness on the importance of finished nails. The nail tech/nail salon owner that knows how to apply Minx can also benefit by offering to apply Make Me Nails as part of their services. Not only can the salon offer custom designs for their clients, the MMN App includes an RGB color matching system for nail technicians to get exact colors for their clients looking to match an outfit. Nail salons and nail technicians can create their own exclusive lines through the Make Me Nails App.
Simply lift the section affected and place down again until smooth. Apply pressure and rub the affected area to secure.
Be sure to clean your nails thoroughly prior to application with rubbing alcohol. Generate enough heat during application by rubbing wraps together in hands.
This can happen if the nails have not been cleaned enough before application or if you are very manual with your hands. Providing the nail has been cleaned sufficiently, lift the Make Me wraps, clean the nail again, replace and apply heat and pressure.
Apply your Make Me nails with care. As soon as you see a buckle appearing lift up that section of the Make Me nails and replace so that it is smooth.
You can select up to 10 original images—one for each fingernail—from either your own iPhone photo library, social media pages, or by accessing the App's built-in camera function.
One set of MAKE ME NAILS comes mailed with 16 nail wraps, a MAKE ME NAILS nail file, and easy DIY application instructions.
We recommend that you use a fine file that is 240 grit or above.
Hold the file at a 45 degree angle away from the top edge of the nail and file in a downward direction to remove excess. File in one direction from one side of the nail to the other. Do not file from both sides of the nail to the middle or use a sawing action. This will affect the adhesion to the nail.
Make Me Nails sets can be ordered in small and medium sizes and will retail for $18 (plus shipping).
Curve the Make me template around the nail you are sizing to make sure that the Make Me nail covers to both sides.
Make Me Nails come in two sizes, small and medium.
Place the rounded edge of Make Me Nails to the curved cuticle side of your nail. The straight edge will be the section you file off.
Pick a larger wrap and try applying Make Me Nails from one side of the nail to the other. Start at the base working across the nail then up – instead of working out from the center. Using small scissors cut of the unwanted wrap from the side of the nail.
90% rubbing alcohol DLG: 70% + (the wipes included are 70%)
Simply warm your nails, gently lift an edge at the cuticle area and slowly peel the Make Me nails from one side to the other. For heat you can use friction, warm water or hair dryer. For best conditioned nails apply cuticle oil or crème after removal.
Removal of Make Me nails is exactly the same regardless of the product that you have on underneath it. However if the product that you have on underneath your Make Me nails is old its bond will not be as secure to the nail. We suggest that you warm your Make Me nails and remove carefully.
As long as the surface of your nail is smooth and without lumps and bumps you can apply Make Me Nails over anything.
You apply Make Me nails exactly the same way as for natural nails.
Yes, use a small pair of cuticle scissors.
Orders will ship within three business days after receipt of order and will only be shipped if payment is processed and received.