DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT.
Unless you find it pleasing in a masochistic sort of way that a product would advertise itself as "fool-proof" or "easy to use" when, in fact, it's far from, steer clear of these aggravating things.
They go on without too much frustration (by the 8th or 9th one, you'll have the hang of it), but the tips still chip. When I had four chipped nails after just one day, I decided to take the stickers off, which is supposedly easy to accomplish with regular nail polish remover.
Oh, not so.
I contemplated taking a photo of my magenta-stained fingers with sticky wads of nail paint gummed up against my cuticles and in every single knuckle crevice, but I didn't want to ruin my digital camera for good. I had to go over the full length of all my fingers three times with polish remover-soaked cotton balls before I finally resorted to 5 minutes spent over the sink with hot water, really emollient soap and a bristled nail brush.
I'll be sticking with the formaldehyde and toluene-free Savina nail polish and top coat they always carry at Nordstrom Rack. Despite the ease of my OPI quick-dry spray, I prefer Savina's brush-on quick-dry topcoat because it leaves a shinier, stronger finish.