Gloss Gel Strips

Chill Zone

$6.00 was $9.00

This product is currently sold out.

New Gloss Pedicure


Length of Wear: Up to 14 days
  • Quick Application
  • Gel Shine
  • No Light Needed
  • Chip Resistant

Features

  • Ultra gel shine
  • No UV dry time
  • No soak off removal
  • Easy to apply and remove
  • Chip resistant
  • Wrinkle free
  • Strips do not dry out

Includes

  • 22 Nail strips in 11 sizes
  • 6 Premium Austrian Crystals
  • Mini nail file

Commitment-free gel mani

Simply prep, size, apply, press, and file for commitment-free results!

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
94%
(17)
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S.
Gel strips are my favorite way to polish my nails

I wear them for a full 3 weeks with no chips or peeling. I tried a bunch of different long wear product to find what I wanted: long lasting, inexpensive, and won't ruin my natural nail. The gel strips are perfect! I usually apply the leftover strips to my toes and they last even longer!

Honestly, the only reason I even change to a new set after 3 weeks is because the grow out starts to look obvious. They super fun to remove! I take tweezers and peel them off way, way more satisfying than removing regular polish or soaking off. Who else hates lights to cure and soak to remove? These skip all the worst things about having polished nails: chips, ruined natural nail, annoying removal, and foul smelling products. 10/10 would recommend to a friend!

C
C.
Love!

I really love these! Gorgeous combination of designs. You can definitely get 2 uses out of each pack but I really wish they added a few more large nails. I have really wide nails and use up the two largest ones. I think I could get another use out of the pack if I had 2 more large nails. I few wrinkles where you file it off but I’ll have to try to perfect it. I hope they come out with some more options for the holiday season!

M
M.
So glam!

SO GLAM for so little time, money and effort. It’s winning!

C
C.
Best thing since acrylic

These are better than going to the salon. They cost less and are great quality. Thy are long lasting which are even better.

D
D.
Love Dashing Diva...but

What stop making the plaid Burberry version of this?? It matches my purses and I miss that you stopped making the Burberry version of these -- it was called -- Plaid to Meet You!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
94%
(17)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
6%
(1)
S
S.
Gel strips are my favorite way to polish my nails

I wear them for a full 3 weeks with no chips or peeling. I tried a bunch of different long wear product to find what I wanted: long lasting, inexpensive, and won't ruin my natural nail. The gel strips are perfect! I usually apply the leftover strips to my toes and they last even longer!

Honestly, the only reason I even change to a new set after 3 weeks is because the grow out starts to look obvious. They super fun to remove! I take tweezers and peel them off way, way more satisfying than removing regular polish or soaking off. Who else hates lights to cure and soak to remove? These skip all the worst things about having polished nails: chips, ruined natural nail, annoying removal, and foul smelling products. 10/10 would recommend to a friend!

C
C.
Love!

I really love these! Gorgeous combination of designs. You can definitely get 2 uses out of each pack but I really wish they added a few more large nails. I have really wide nails and use up the two largest ones. I think I could get another use out of the pack if I had 2 more large nails. I few wrinkles where you file it off but I’ll have to try to perfect it. I hope they come out with some more options for the holiday season!

M
M.
So glam!

SO GLAM for so little time, money and effort. It’s winning!

C
C.
Best thing since acrylic

These are better than going to the salon. They cost less and are great quality. Thy are long lasting which are even better.

D
D.
Love Dashing Diva...but

What stop making the plaid Burberry version of this?? It matches my purses and I miss that you stopped making the Burberry version of these -- it was called -- Plaid to Meet You!