Amber McNiff | Beauty and Fashion Blog: Elegant Touch Constellation False Nails Review

Elegant Touch Constellation False Nails Review

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I started wearing glue on nails a few months ago to make my nails longer, but to also make them look nice all the time. The great thing about glue on nails is that they are not as damaging as getting acrylics and they are easier to remove and change. 

I picked up the Constellation false nails by Elegant touch from Superdrug a few days ago. The mirrored rose gold finish attracted my attention and I simply had to buy them! In the box you get a variety of different sizes to match with your natural nail. The only problem with this is that you only get around two of each size. For people with small nails, this can be annoying as you only get one full set out of the pack. After that you have to file the other nails down to fit your petite, natural nails.

On the first day of wearing these beautiful nails, I got so many compliments. I could see my reflection in them all the time, it was like having mini mirrors on my fingers! As I work in a hairdressers as a trainee, I had been shampooing with the nails on and not one single nail fell off. The glue is really good at keeping them on, no matter how heavy handed you are.

On the second day of wearing the nails, I noticed they had started to chip a lot and they looked quite scruffy. I was a little disappointed at this as I have worn other Elegant Touch nails in the past and they have only started to chip after two weeks. I felt like I hadn't really got my moneys worth out of these nails. Never the less, the Constellation nails would be good to wear for a night out or an event. 

The Elegant Touch Constellation nails can be purchase from Superdrug for £7.95. I absolutely love the design and length of them, they are perfect! Its just a shame they don't last very long.
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