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Swiss Silk Self Adhesive Wrap Tabs

Swiss Silk Self Adhesive Wrap Tabs

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  • Use to mend breaks and tears in natural nails
  • Adhesive protects and strengthen natural nails
  • Looks more natural and thinner than acrylics

Supernail Swiss Silk Wrap Self-Adhesive Tabs are 100% Pure Swiss Silk pre-shaped self-adhesive wrap tabs for use with wrap.

Swiss Silk Self Adhesive Wrap Tabs is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best purchase I bought this last week, it has saved my nails. My thumbs get ripped below the nail bed line and usually I try my best not to get them caught on anything. I purchased these and did my gelish as normal. It's the best purchase ever!! Highly recommend to buy to save your nails.
Date published: 2017-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love it my polish always chips off my pointer finger and thumb because I use them so much. I put this on those two fingers,with the 5 second Brush-On Gel Resin. Those two nails are now rock hard! I polished over with sally hansen miracle gel topcoat (which fills it in & smooths it out) then polish with color & topcoat. Believe me, my polish won't chip off of this. Easy to apply, nice & thin so it is see through after I applied the 5 second Brush-On Gel Resin.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding Nail Saver! I've been using this product for years. I've had nails that I broke completely off, and was able to save them with these wraps. They are undetectable under nail polish. I currently have three nails with wraps. I've even layered them for additional strength. To make them last even longer, I put nail glue behind my nails for extra durability. My nails look great, and I get compliments on them all the time.
Date published: 2016-09-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Silk Wraps The silk wraps are great to hold the nail together as the break grows out. I'm glad I was told about this product. It is great for mending natural nails.
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MIRACLE PRODUCT!! Oh my, I can not even contain my excitement about this product! I am an acrylic fiend! I love to have acrylic nails, but they do some serious damage to my natural nails. They'll get nice and long and once the acrylics are off, they start splitting about a month later. Every time. And I would be forced to trim them down to the split. Well, this time I was determined to keep from having to cut my nails too short. I tried everything to repair the splits and nothing worked. Then I found these silk wraps. I wasn't expecting much since every other method I tried failed. So, I tested it on my thumb nail along with nail resin (instead of plain nail glue). Oh boy, was I surprised! Not only did this repair the split, but my nail is ROCK HARD! I'm never going back to acrylics, because I've fallen in love with gel manicures. But this is my new "go-to" for repairing split nails!
Date published: 2014-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easiest nail repair ever! I purchased these wraps because I had a broken nail that I really wanted to save. The adhesive made it very easy to apply and the nail was so smooth and seamless after application that I decided to apply them to all my nails just for extra protection. I haven't had a break or tear since and my nails are just as thin as they are naturally and 10 times stronger.
Date published: 2012-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Silk Wrap I used this to prevent a tear from becoming a full on break, it's not too hard to apply and I am glad Sally's had it in stock. I would definitely repurchase and would recommend.
Date published: 2011-04-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from large, but effective These are great for wraps. Way easier than acrylic to get strong nails. The wrap makes the resin not sharp at the tips of your fingernails and also makes the resin much harder to crack if you bang your nail against anything or open a car door. Only 2 things wrong with these: you will need scissors for the width because they are enormous, and sometimes I can see the "dot" pattern of the adhesive even after I've applied the resin or glue over the wrap. Other than those 2 little annoyances, these work well and are a great value.
Date published: 2009-09-01
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Do these help prevent nail polish from chipping?

Asked by: TinySparkle
They may make a difference, I’m not sure. My polish doesn’t chip, but I thought it was because I like to use ORLY’s Won’t Chip clear top coat. It might be worth a try. If it works please let me know.
Answered by: lindy521
Date published: 2018-06-20

If this is used over the entire nail just for some added strength how do you deal with the regrowth? Do you soak off &reapply a new one or a "add" on & for buff to blend? Also does it damage the natural nail if you use it to cover all of the nail?

Asked by: Imthemom
If you have strong healthy nails, to start, you should have no issues. I use Omega brush-on nail glue over the silk wraps and Formula 10 nail glue dryer stay to dry glue quickly. Once there is grow out I will usually file down the slight ridge and fill with nail glue, spray and paint. Hope this works for you!
Answered by: lindy521
Date published: 2018-02-09

I generally rub coconut oil into my nails and it seems to help with growth and strength. Can I still do that with the wraps?

Asked by: Jaxie233
Yes you can, if you brush the glue over the silk wrap and let it dry. The oil or any other conditioner will not affect your silk wrap.
Answered by: Hannelore
Date published: 2018-05-27

Has anyone extended their length using the wraps? How did that go?

Asked by: tracydee
The silk wrap can help stabilize tips, but is not strong enough on its own. Add linen wrap if you want slight extension without tips
Answered by: Vickysamster
Date published: 2018-06-06

What's the difference between nail resin & nail glue

Asked by: HubaHuba
There is no difference really except maybe one or two ingredients that are in "nail glue". The two ingredients are meant to make the glue adhere temporarily when you fix a nail. It bonds, holds and will suffice. But if you get "glue" on your skin you can wait a bit wash your hands or just rub some oil on it, and the glue will peel off with little effort. With nail resin, it is made to STAY for quite a while longer than glue. If you get resin on your skin, you will need acetone, and I mean PURE acetone to get it off. Resin was designed for the Industrial or construction industry. They needed to bond hard plastics, clays, porcelain for toilets. All of that manly stuff (no offence to the women working in this field though, you all rock!). Someone said :I can bond that to a fake nail tip!" and the rest is history. It is more permanent than nail glue. That is why you need to soak it off with acetone at home and at the nail salon when you are tired of your fake nails. HTH
Answered by: QhemetQueen
Date published: 2017-12-29

I have VERY weak nails. Like to the point where I can bend them. I understand that when the wrap is on it makes the nails hard. But when I take the wraps off will my nails be harder and strengthened or the same weak nails I've always had? 

Asked by: JessStaylor
Try taking collagen. There are some good powdered forms on the market that you mix into any liquid. It will take about 2 to 3 months but you will see stronger nails. Good for your skin, too.
Answered by: tualatinsu
Date published: 2018-02-13

What all do i need to use the wraps?

Asked by: Just nailed it
The minimum would be nail glue and polish, but I recommend also using resin and a buffer sponge to get a completely natural look (I use clear polish)
Answered by: Vickysamster
Date published: 2017-12-03

Can this be used under gel polish ( used with a uv lamp) Also, what can it be removed with?

Asked by: Cindy2017
That comes off with acetone. I don't know about the gel/uv
Answered by: Vickysamster
Date published: 2017-04-05
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