NEW YORK — With fewer women having the time or money to frequent salons for artificial nails, Kiss Products Inc. sees ample opportunity. The company is launching a French manicure kit that promises new technology and the first national television campaign for artificial nails since Lee Press On Nails 20 years ago, according to Kiss.
The Everlasting French Nail Kit for hands and toes is currently shipping into 24,000 doors, and features a new technology said to be chip-resistant. Thanks to a new manufacturing process, the white part of the nail is molded, rather than airbrushed. Additionally, the thin material makes the nail more flexible to provide greater comfort. Everlasting French Nails is available in flat and regular nail arcs and in 12 sizes for hands. There’s a Real Short length as well as a Medium length, while toenails come in a short length.
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