The Best Press-On Nails For Every Nail Shape

Sometimes we just don't have time to hit the nail salon — there, we said it! Whether you're looking to save some money or just want to switch up your style to something different, press-on nails are a great option. There are so many brands, nail shapes, and designs out there to choose from when it comes to at-home manis. While that seems like a good thing, it can make stocking up a little tricky.

When you're looking to try out a new at-home nail application, the first step is to know your style of nail. No matter what nails style you love — almond, round, or square — there are press-on nails for you. With so many different options out there, there are even go-to brands for each nail shape

As if that wasn't enough, there are also brands that specialize in certain nail types as well (think press-on nails for both broad and skinny nail beds). Get ready to broaden your manicure horizons, friends.

Tella Nails is a go-to for almond-shaped nails

When it comes to an everyday manicure, almond-shaped is a great go-to. The trick with these nails are to get the length right — something Maimi's Tella Nails does well, according to Glamour. The nails aren't short by any means, but they aren't long enough to be considered trendy. Basically, they're the perfect your-nails-but-better look.

Along with glowing reviews, the brand is also super affordable. The almond-shaped nails in the style 'Miami' are a cool $14. Don't think you're just getting the press-on for the price though, because you actually get much more than that. According to the brand's website, each pack of nails comes along with 24 different shapes, nail glue, a file, and a cuticle pusher. You're getting everything for not just great at-home nails, but an at-home manicure. You just can't beat that; plus, they're very hip and sure to impress pretty much everyone.

Dashing Diva 'nails' the stiletto shape

Stiletto-shaped nails are not exactly everyone's go-to nail shape. That can make them hard to find. If you're looking to go a bit unconventional for a change, Dashing Diva's stiletto-shaped nails are the ones for you. 

Not only do you get a bit of a trendy nail shape, but the designs are absolutely stunning. Dashing Diva's nails the assignment on every single design with their out-of-the-box patterns. Refinery29 even calls them one of the most innovative nail brands of the year for their gorgeous nails designs. This might not be the most well-known nail brand now, but you're going to want to get in on this brand early. You know, before they completely sell out.

The brand makes it easy to get in on the fun, too. These might be intricate nail designs and shapes, but they're super affordable. We're talking $9 nail set affordable. Run, don't walk to get these press-on nails. 

Static Nails has the best classic round style

This wouldn't be a list if Static Nails wasn't on it. Byrdie names this brand the best overall nail brand of them all for making re-shapeable, re-paintable, and re-appliable nails. That's a whole lot of personalization, our friends. Of course, these nails are great even if you do nothing to them.

While Static Nails has over 60 designs to choose from, their classic round style is a no-brainer to have on hand. These nails are great to run errands with — or take them out on a date with you, because they can do it all. While they do ring in at $14, which is more expensive than others on this list, you're getting some serious bang for your buck with this brand. They're a classic and there's a reason for that. Sometimes you get what you pay for, so more is more!

Kiss Nails makes a subtle square design that stuns

Another stand-out brand in the press-on nail world is Kiss Nails. This brand is known for having a natural look and feel as well as being long-lasting, according to Glamour. Don't think that it means they're boring though.

The brand has tons of different patterns and colors, but they're one of the only brands to offer a ton of square-shaped designs as well. Because even if almond and round nails are all the rage right now, you still deserve to have options.

The brand is on the affordable end of the at-home mani spectrum, too. Each pair — even the limited edition designs and collabs  — ring it at just $9. You can even pick them up on your next Target run, which is dangerous because you may end up being 16 sets ... but very convenient. No matter which style you choose, you really can't go wrong. We're not saying to stock up on them all but we're not not saying that either.