We at LÓA have created a product with you and the planet in mind, therefore we had as one of our main priorities manufacturing nails that not only look good & make you feel good, but actually work as well (for everyday women).
Applying press on nails is not a hussle and you can enjoy them up to 14 days (when applied with the nail glue) without having any worries. And yes, for sure you can wash your hair when wearing fake nails however we do have some tips on how to do just that, as well as tips on protecting them to keep your fake nails looking fabulous. Taking care of fake artificial nails is essential to keeping them looking great and stay on for long.
Here are tips on how to wash your hair with stick on nails so that they stay on.
1. Be patient
Wait at least two to three hours after applying press on nails with a nail glue before you get them wet or wash your hair. You need to make sure that stay on perfectly and also that there are not air bubbles between your natural and your false nail. Once that period is over you can practically do anything, like doing dishes, any house work and of course wash your hair too.
2. Keep it short
A quick shower (after the initial waiting period) should not damage your nails, as long as you dry them thoroughly afterward. You can even go swimming with your press on nails on, but with a showers you need to be careful as hot water can loosen them.
As removing your pop on nails require soaking them in a hot soapy water for about 10 to 15 minutes, make sure your shower doesn’t last much longer than that because that will loosen them up for sure, without any fake promising that it will be otherwise.
3. Don’t scrub your scalp with your nails
Though you might like the sensation of raking your nails over your scalp, don’t do it. Not only are you more likely to scratch your scalp, but it can also damage your press on nails nails. Instead, use your fingertips to massage and wash your care properly with your shampoo and conditioner or a hair mask.
P.S. If it does happen that one of your nails loosen up or pops off, you can still re-apply it back but make sure to do it properly so you don’t get a bacterial infection if the nail is not fully cleaned before it’s re-glued. First of all, dry your fingernail, dry and clean fake nail with an alcohol to remove residual adhesive from your nail bed but also from the press-on nail. If necessary, remove excess glue for a natural nail with the nail file. Now you should be ready to re-apply it back safely following the application instruction.
Our nails are designed to be strong and durable, all of our summer favorites have a special glossy finish, but you can refresh them, if needed, by applying a simple top coat to keep the glossiness and fabulous look on point.