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fake nails: how much do false nails cost?

Question Posted Saturday October 14 2006, 3:48 pm

if i go to a cheap nail place, how much does it usually cost to get fake nails put on? and also around how long do they stay on?

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adviice_whore answered Sunday October 15 2006, 11:17 am:
my moms were $30 but im pretty sure you can get them from $20-$25 as well. and then its about $15-$20 for the fill. and my moms stayed on for 4 weeks but the average is like 2-3. ♥

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hannahd answered Sunday October 15 2006, 1:36 am:
You can probably get a full set as cheap as $20. Most range from $20-$30. But stay in the 20s because you can always get them that cheap somewhere. Your nails will grow out in 2-3 weeks & that's usually when you will decide to get a fill or take them off.

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Advicelady6798 answered Saturday October 14 2006, 8:38 pm:
It costs between 25-30 ddollars to put them on then it is 15 after that to get them filled. They usualy last 2 months if you dont break any in the process. I had nails down for homecoming and they lasted til prom. I had to get them done a different color but they were still on.

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LadyJade answered Saturday October 14 2006, 7:30 pm:
Hon, there's nothing like the real thing. I can't help you here 'cause I aint a fan of fake claws.

Just keepin' it real.

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LagunaBabe answered Saturday October 14 2006, 6:30 pm:
Well, just about anywhere you go to get your nails done. The first time, it's probably going to be about $25-$35. Then, it usually lowers down to about $10-$15 to get them polished, etc.

They should stay on for at least a month, or so. Then, when you see that they're starting to come off, or look dull. Go back to the place, and get them polished, etc.

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S_C answered Saturday October 14 2006, 6:06 pm:
You can get them done cheaply if you know people, but most likely you don't, so I would say anywhere from $20-$30. Which isn't that bad. They usually last about a month if you take care of them, you should probably change them after about 3 weeks though. If you want to take them off you should either pay to have it done by the nail place, or you can buy the stuff to soak your nails in (you can get it pretty much anywhere) don't try and just pull them off because even though people do that it's a pretty dumb idea and can mess up your nails (not to mention how painful it can be)

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DancinCutie08 answered Saturday October 14 2006, 6:00 pm:
usually $25 and up depends on what you got done... and they stay on pretty much until they grow out but you should get them re done every 3 weeks or so

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kristen22 answered Saturday October 14 2006, 5:19 pm:
It cost $25-$30 depending where you go. Also, they can last up to a month in good conidition if you take care of them such as NOT washin' dishes lol.. If there is a Community College nearby you, you can get a student to do it for $10.00 and they do a pretty good job.

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SoNuLiCiOuSsS answered Saturday October 14 2006, 5:11 pm:
about $25... mine stay on for at least 3 weeks, than they start to grow out and i have to get a refill

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fabulous11 answered Saturday October 14 2006, 5:10 pm:
Depending on where you are the cost will be differnt. I have gotten them from anywhere from 25-50$ but the average is like 30. They will stay on for about 2 weeks then they will grow out so you can get them filled or just take them off. Gettin them filled is less money maybe like 15? or depending on how much you payed the first time it will probabaly be half of that.


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kittygurl90 answered Saturday October 14 2006, 4:42 pm:
I got mine done for homecoming..and they were $26 and theyve been on for about 2 weeks and havent broke or anything

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BabbiD0LL answered Saturday October 14 2006, 4:37 pm:
Well, I cant qive you a nail place because i dont know where you live but nails normally are 26-28 dollars to qet put on they stay on for 3-4 weeks.

If one breaks off its 5 dollars to qet put back on & if you want to qet them re-filled its like 15 dollars.

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