Naked Nails Review: Manicure System

Naked Nails Review: Manicure System
3.2 (63.08%) 26 vote[s]

Naked Nails is a device that replicates manicured nails.

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About Naked Nails

Naked Nails is an alternative to getting a salon-styled manicure that can be used at home.

The product website is ordernakednails.com, which was registered in September 2015. The screen capture below shows the official website in October 2015.

Naked Nails

What They Claim

  • Clear, polished look without polish, chemicals, or mess
  • Buffs nails 30 times per second
  • Looks perfectly polished
  • Save time and money
  • Uses batteries (not included)

Naked Nails Cost

$14.99 + $5.99 S&H; can’t opt out of bonus nail shaper and callus remover.

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The bonuses shown in the screen shot above have changed as of March 2016. You now get 2 filing attachments and Heel Booties. The Nail Shaper and Callus Remover are not shown on the site as of this update.


Nail buffers are a staple of every woman’s vanity, and electric buffers have been available for years. With Naked Nails, we have somewhat proven technology incorporated into an As Seen on TV product which appears to do a fine job of buffing and shining nails.

First you use smooth roller, then switch over to the shine roller. This gives the appearance of shiny nails which to some women is the Holy Grail of nail care.

Naked Nails is priced on par with similar products and currently appears to be in the test marketing phase. If and when it rolls out into full production, we feel consumer reviews will land around 3.5 to 4 stars.

Update: Naked Nails appears to have begun a full advertising campaign in March 2016. The price and information above still stands. The bonuses have changed slightly (see above) and now include heel booties.


The commercial below appears on the official website.


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Updated March 17, 2016