We Test A Device That Promises To Give You Salon Nails At Home

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Garnet Holt and her daughter Blaise love to paint their finger nails and keep them looking their best.

The problem is, repeat trips to the nail salon can get expensive.

The mother-daughter duo are helping us test "Salon Express," a $10 nail kit that claims to allow you to add special salon-like nail enhancements right in the comfort of your own home.

Garnet and Blaise begin by painting their nails with a base coat and letting them dry.

They then place the nail design disc on the disc holder, use whit nail polish to cover the design, then scrape away the excess polish.

They then use the applicator to pick up the design and then roll it onto their fingernails.

The results aren't quite salon-quality, but both of them are pleased and agree that with a little practice they will be able to produce the desired results.

"Salon Express" you PASS our "Does it Work?" test.

We purchased "Salon Express" at Walgreens for $10.

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