Nail Polish Tips

Are Olive And June Press On Nails Reusable?

Written by Tara

I started using Color Street a few months ago after it was recommended to me from a few other Peloton moms, but just haven’t been too happy with them. The polish didn’t fit on my nails properly so looked like a bad paint job, and my nails got really damaged and brittle from it.

Our press-ons are reusable, but we know people tend to use a set once and throw it away. That’s why we developed the first PCR press-on, made with 94 percent post-consumer recycled material.

Generally Can you use other nail polish with olive and June? The Poppy is Olive and June’s secret weapon to salon worthy nails without the salon! (Side note – you can even buy the Poppy at Target!) It’s a unique bottle handle that makes painting your nails easier! You can even use it on most any nail polish bottle, not just Olive and June’s.

Here You Can Watch The Video How to Remove Your Press-Ons | Olive & June

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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Is Olive and June worth the hype?

YEP.They’re worth the hype. The polishes are relatively affordable, give great shine and finish, and do last longer than a standard DIY at home manicure. I’m into the entire situation and can confirm Olive and June is worth it.

Does Olive and June strengthen nails?

Olive & June 7-free, long-lasting nail polish for salon-quality results at home. Always cruelty-free and vegan. This nail polish strengthener and primer also increases durability by nearly 20% so your manicure lasts 2-3 days longer than average. Enjoy the easier, smoother application of our long-lasting polishes.

Does the Poppy work on Essie?

The Poppy creates a larger polish handle that fits in your palm, as opposed to between your fingers, so your weaker hand has more control. As a result, it helps deliver a steady DIY stroke of your fave lacquers (OPI and essie, included).

How do I clean my olive and June cleanup brush?

Some final advice: After using your brush, make sure to wipe it clean with polish remover and then add a couple drops of cuticle oil to the bristles and gently press them between your fingers before you put it away.

Does the Poppy work with all nail polish?

(You can theoretically use the Poppy with any nail polish, as long as the top can fit into Poppy’s hole.) I would say overall the Poppy makes an at-home manicure about 35 percent easier, which is a pretty decent percentage. Thank you, Poppy.

How do I get rid of olive and June instant Mani?

If you’ve been wearing your press on nails for 5-7 days, you can remove them by soaking your hands in soapy water. However, if you’ve only been wearing them a few days, Olive & June recommends the O&J press on removal system. It comes with remover, sponges, and caps.

How do you remove press on nails?

The best way to remove press-ons is to soak them in a small ceramic or glass bowl filled with acetone-based nail polish remover, says Edwards. Soak until the glue breaks down and the nails become loose enough to effortlessly pull them off or until they fall off on their own.

How long does it take to soak off press on nails?

If you decide to remove the press on nails, begin by soaking your nails in warm soapy water. For adhesive tabs, soak the nails for about 5 minutes while soaking them for between 10 and 15 minutes if you used liquid glue.

How long do olive and June press on nails last?

7 days The Instant Mani by Olive & June are press-on nails that come in 21 sizes (the most ever!) with the realest-looking fit. Each package contains 42 total nails and everything you need for a perfect press-on mani at home. Straight from the salon, better than gel. Lasts 7 days thanks to non-toxic and non-damaging glue.

What’s so special about Olive and June?

Two things that make Olive & June nail polish stand out from other brands: They are a 7-free nail polish brand, which means all of their products are free of Dibutyl phthalate, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Camphor, Ethyl Tosylamide and Xylene.

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I am Tara, and I am addicted to nail polishes and other beauty related things!:) Join me on my ride to paradise!