Born out of a desire to wear salon-style manicures sans the high price tag, Mani Muse provides on-trend, reusable, and easy-to-apply press-ons that look and feel like high-quality gels. Say goodbye to smudging and chipping — Mani Muse Perfectly Pressed Gel Mani's are durable and long-lasting. Better yet, they’re lightweight, customizable, non-toxic, and non-damaging. All while saving you time-consuming and expensive trips to the salon.
Getting a bad manicure just got a whole lot harder
Long Lasting & Reusable
Time Efficient & Cost Effective
Non-Toxic & Non-Damaging
How to apply
- Start with clean, dry hands
- Prep nails and cuticles for application
- Using number guide on backside of nails, fit each nail prior to application
- Apply glue to your natural nail and press-on
- Align press-on with cuticle and gently press down and hold till glue activates
- File to desired length and shape (optional)
How to Remove
Mani Muse will not damage your natural nail if they are removed properly. For best results, we recommend waiting to remove nails till they are naturally lifting (never force or pull nails off).
Using Water: Soak nails in warm soapy water for 10 minutes. Using a cuticle stick, lightly push under sides of the nail to lift off. Gently buff off any excess glue. This is the best way to preserve nails for future use and our preferred method.
Using Acetone: Gently file the top layer of press-on. Place acetone-soaked cotton over the nail and wrap with foil. Wait 15 minutes and then remove any excess product with a cuticle stick. Wash hands to remove any additional residue.
Tips and Tricks
+ Lightly buff top of the nail and push back cuticles for longer wear
+ Use number guide on the back of nails for fit assistance (fit all nails prior to application)
+ For gel-like wear, apply a generous amount of glue to the back of press-on and cover the entire base of natural nail from cuticle to tip
+ If over gluing occurs, immediately wipe off any excess glue
+ Ensure proper closure of nail glue to prevent it from drying out or leaking