Models Own False Nails collection

By on April 10, 2017 in Press Sample , Reviews , Swatches

I have two sets from the new Models Own False nails collection to show you today :)

Models Own False nails collection

Models Own have put three of their most popular shades on false nails. The shades that come with the Models Own False nails collection are Chrome Silver, Chrome Rose and Pink Fizz. I don’t have Pink Fizz to compare, but I can tell you that the false versions of Chrome Silver and Chrome Rose are way more chrome than a nail polish could ever be!

All the Models Own False nail sets come with 24 almond shaped nails, a 2g glue and a mini nail file. False nails will last the longest if you buff the nail plate gently before applying the glue and the nail. Be careful with buffing too much as over buffing the nail plate. It can make your nails thin and weak and reduce chances of growing them long naturally. I found that with 24 nails to choose from, it was easy to match sizes that suit my nails perfectly. Pressing them down close to the cuticle gave me a pretty natural nail look. Would you know these are falsies?

Models Own Pink Fizz False nails

Models Own Chrome Silver False nails

These nails are sooooo chrome you can see my reflection on the nails lol – I can see them being very popular amongst nailistas.

Models Own False Nails collection will launch in Models Own stores on Friday 14th April 2017 and will also be available online at for £6.99 per set.

Thanks for reading!! xxx




April 10, 2017 @ 19:52


These are so beautiful, I didn’t get the glitter set (I have the rose gold ones instead) and love how natural they look on you. I know you use to have nails this shape and it’s almost like they’re back again!

Vicky x



April 14, 2017 @ 18:07


Haha yes it made me miss my old nails!! Can't have them this length and shape due to work now :'(((


April 12, 2017 @ 20:49


They look lovely, how good was the glue? Do you think that you could re use them?


April 14, 2017 @ 18:11


You could definitely re-use them if you remove them carefully. I used peel off base when I glued them on so I can not comment on the longevity but the glue worked well when I put them on x.

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