If you saw my post about 15 items I’d like to try, then you’ll know that this product ranked #2 on that list! I got my hands on these almost 3 weeks ago, and have waited until now to  try them. Normally I’d have tried a product within a week of getting it, but it seemed weird to have applied fake nails when I had no where to be. So after finally  arranging to go somewhere, I’ve applied my first set of fake nails, and here are the results! (and some tips).
These fake nails come in a cute small container that contains 30pcs, I got them for about $12.19 CAD.  The container also contains pictured instructions, a prep wipe and an orange stick (I think that’s what it’s called?). I managed to get two of my favourite designs, #13 and #14. I started wearing design #13 first, which are greige nails with one clear glittery nail.
**I do not own these two images, they were retrieved from Yesstyle.com’s product pictures. All rights go to Yesstyle/the owners of the images.**
Unlike the sample picture above, the kit I got only had two pairs of those glittery designs. Which isn’t actually a big deal, because I didn’t even notice it until I went to look up the product again. The second set looks exactly like the sample picture, however.
This is my first time ever applying fake nails, and I was a little scared that it wouldn’t stay. Since I was younger, I’d always thought that you could only get good fake nails done at a salon. So when I went to apply these, I was worried that it wouldn’t feel natural, or that it wouldn’t stick well or just be uncomfortable.
These fake nails actually contradicted each fear I had about it, they weren’t uncomfortably long, they felt reasonably natural on my nails and are surprisingly sturdy. They took less than 10 mins to apply (maybe less if you don’t press the nail down for a long time out of the fear of it coming loose, like me) and each collaboration has different designs that are perfect for everyone.
Not to mention, they also have pedi versions of these fake nails with different designs. I’m not sure if I’ll try those next, but you’ll be the first to know if I do!


Here are some design recommendations for those who are looking into getting these and other similar products.
Etude House X Dashing Diva:  #9, #15, #20 &23.
The Face Shop X Dashing Diva:   #4, #5, #11 & #12.
Aritaum X Dashing Diva:  MDR029, MDR078, MDR091, MDR110, MDR117, MDR120 & MDR139.
Innisfree X Dashing Diva:   #4, #5, #6, #14, #36 & #39.
These are recommendations for the pedi versions:
Etude House X Dashing Diva:  #9, #12.
Innisfree X Dashing Diva:  #1,  #7, #11, #14, #16, #18.
MISSHA X Dashing Diva:  #10 Gold Trance.
The Face Shop X Dashing Diva: #1, #2 & #5.
*I’ll wear these nails for a few days to get the full effect of them, and I’ll be back with a part 2 to this review. Part 2 will contain some pros & cons, observations and etc.*


Toronto-based Beauty and Lifestyle blogger focusing on the world of Korean Skincare and Beauty, particularly product reviews and where to get them in Canada.

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