The Best Manicure Sets Found at Drug Stores

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 10:  A woman has a manicure during the Designer Couture Trunk Show hosted by Noelle Reno at The Collection on June 10, 2009 in London, England.  (Photo by Tim Whitby/Getty Images)

It’s much more relaxing and enjoyable to spend time at the salon working on your manicure, but it’s not always an option. Sometimes you have things that prevent you from heading to the salon for a professional manicure, such as kids, work and all the extracurricular activities involved with both. If you haven’t the time to head to the salon for a pro manicure  but you desperately need one, here are a few great drugstore manicure kits that really live up to the hype.  First up is the kiss lightning speed salon dip powder kit.  This inexpensive kit is designed to help you get the perfect manicure in no time at all. The powder kit is simple to use, the instructions easy to follow and the price is right. This kit can be picked up at your local drugstore and used in record time. It is perfect for those who are on the go and haven’t much time to deal with their nails in a longer period of time.

Sally Hansen Hard as Nails French Manicure Set

This great manicure kit is simple to use so much so that even children can deal with it without any issues (not that they should, it’s just an example). This kit is deceptively simple in that you can give yourself a gorgeous manicure in just a few minutes time and it’s almost impossible not to end up with results that look professionally done. It’s also difficult not to end up with a manicure so close to professional that your friends and family wonder how you find time to get to the salon so often.

Red Carpet Manicure Nail Art Kit French Manicure

If you want something a little bit more exciting than your everyday French manicure, you’ll appreciate this kit. It’s designed to help you give yourself a professional looking French manicure with the addition of a great set of nail art that will look even more exciting. It’s just a little bit more extravagant than a French manicure, but still subtle enough that it appears elegant and chic.

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