False nails spend a lot of time in the news. While you'd think that all publicity is good publicity, you'd be mistaken. In a lot of cases, false nails are put in a negative light. Why is this the case? Well, it's usually because people are buying the wrong kinds of nails. We're going to be looking a little into what's meant by that here and now, to help you get the best in nails every time.
False Nails - How Can They Be Misrepresented?
So, let's talk a little bit about false nails, what they are and how they're often so misrepresented. When you see an advert for fake nails, they're usually meagre prices in chain supermarkets. However, it's these kinds of items which give the rest of the false nail industry a bad name.
These kinds of nails aren't made well. The materials which go into their construction are not usually of sound structure, and they often suffer from the same types of issues - none of the nails which are sold like this are suitable for people to wear. Horror stories and a lousy reputation follows with alarming regularity. However, it doesn't mean that all false nails are bad, just the handful of ones which are sold as being dirt-cheap.
Of course, when things like this happen, there's always an impact. And of course, the effect is never good. The reputation of false nails is damaged with every kind of story which ends with someone injured or traumatised. It's not even our fault; it's just how things have been portrayed and showcased.
For people like us who sell good quality false nails, the situation is worse. Our attempts to show people how good the product is are met with cynicism and distrust. They don't want to be the next person to appear in an article with a rash from low-quality glue or to have their nails rip off with the false ones, so they resist buying into proper fake nails. That's a terrible shame because false nails really can help you. As a quick and easy way to change your nails and have a style ready to go for an event, there's no better choice. However, we're not going to get the chance to introduce people to these benefits if false news keeps up.
To summarise, if a deal looks too good to be true, it probably is. Stay away from false nails which are 'only £1', because you get what you pay for. It's not even the fault of the real corporations like us who are trying to provide good false nails, and yet we all suffer when this happens. It's important to try and maintain a positive stance on false nails, and remember that high-quality ones won't cause you any harm. Instead, they're easy to put on and take off and aren't going to cause you issues. In fact, with all the colours and choices available, they'll probably help you out when you need it most.