I used to religiously wear false nails or get nail extensions throughout my late teens and early twenties as I loved how much nicer they made my hands looked. Back then there wasn’t an amazing range of false nails to choose from, but I used to love the Elegant Touch Pre-Glued French Manicure nails which I don’t think you can even buy anymore. I always preferred Elegant Touch over other false nail brands as I found that their nail shapes and sizes were the best and they’ve always impressed with their extensive range of shapes and designs. I’ve always had sensitive skin but only after the last three years I’ve become increasingly more sensitive so the new Elegant Touch Nail Saviour range really appealed to me as false nails can be so damaging on the nails.
“Pretty, ping-proof nails without glue damage? Yes you can with Nail Saviour, our new game-changing brush-on nail guard! Created exclusively for use with false nails, Nail Saviour is a moisture-rich base coat which creates an invisible protective micromesh barrier between your lovely natural nails & our perfect colour nails. That means no contact between your nails and our glue – amazing, right? What are you waiting for? HOT TIP: File down to your perfect length. Own your style.“
Elegant Touch Nail Saviour – Iridescent Blush Stiletto Nails £9.95
Elegant Touch Nail Saviour – Powder Blue Stiletto Nails £9.95
Elegant Touch Nail Saviour – Neon Orange Oval Nails £9.95
There are currently twelve different designs within the Elegant Touch Nail Saviour range and each set is £9.95. Each of the sets contains 24 nails in 10 different sizes, a 2ml vial of the Elegant Touch Nail Glue as well as a bottle of Nail Saviour. You can use the Nail Saviour with any of the Elegant Touch false nails so you could purchase one of these sets to begin with, and then use the Nail Saviour alongside their standard nail range but I think £9.95 is a great price for 24 nails, nail glue and the Nail Saviour when the standard nails vary in price from £4.95 to £14.95.
The Iridescent Blush nails have to be my favourite from the three sets I have as they’re an amazing pale pink with a chrome finish and they look like they should cost a lot more money than they do. Neon Orange would look seriously good on those with a tan as neon shades always help to emphasise tanned skin and Powder Blue is such a pretty pastel shade, and I like the matte finish too. The Nail Guard is very easy to use, you simply buff the nails, choose the sizes of your nails, add a coat of Nail Guard and then apply your glue and chosen nail. If you have a sensitivity to adhesive like myself, the Nail Guard is a great way to make a barrier between your nail and the glue and I think these sets are a great solution if you hate how damaging false nails can be on your natural nails.
Have you ever tried any of the Elegant Touch False Nails sets before? Would you be open to trying the new Elegant Touch Nail Saviour range?