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The perfect nail product for summer travel

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Manicured hands and feet are a must for the summer. But traveling with nail polishes and remover can be a nightmare. You can't carry them on which means you might spend the duration of your flight trying to remember if you wrapped it in plastic. A better option to crossing your fingers is a press-on manicure. KISS and Broadway Nails have released their latest imPRESS Press-On Manicures, Press-On Pedicures and Gel Fantasy nails for summer. The nail kits for toes and fingers, have bright designs with built-in adhesives to attach them to your nails.

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The designs for summer include vibrant neons, french manicures and cartoon captions. They last up to a week and when you are ready to remove them, just peel. You can throw them in your suitcase and never have to worry about leaking or chemical smells. Audrina Patridge and Candace Cameron are just a couple of the celebrities that discovered KISS and Broadway Nails at the Gifting Lounge for Wango Tango 2014 last weekend in Los Angeles.

Broadway Nails imPRESS Press-On Manicures and Pedicures are available at Walgreens, Walmart and Rite Aid stores nationwide for $7.99 each. KISS Gel Fantasy Pedicures can be found at Walgreens and Kmart stores for $7.99 through July.

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