Thursday, 13 September 2012

Nail Polish Remover Pens

Hey guys, the Born Pretty Store sent me Nail Polish Remover Pens to review. This set Comes with 5 remover pens. Each pen comes with a total of four tips, one to start with and three extras on the cap. I've Been using brushes to clean up my mistakes for ages so I thought why not give this a try. In the picture below you can see my mani is clean with the help of these remover pens.

Are the pens easy to use? Yes they are easy to use and very helpful might I add. It worked pretty well and is always very useful to have. They're the perfect size and fits quite well in the hand. The only hassle is it may dry so use it quickly or store it in such a way that won't dry them out. Of course you can always dip the tip in polish remover if it ever dries out.
Cleaning is easy and simple and this can be used exactly like the brush method. The tip is slightly thick so sometimes you may wipe off a bit of your polish. So just be careful. For that reason I prefer the brushes because they are thin however I know I still will be using these because they are helpful.
In the picture above you can see me cleaning around the cuticle area and that worked great. I would recommend these, they are cheap and helpful. Don't forget to use the code SADAFW21 to receive a 5% discount from the store.

6 comments:

  1. That's awesome! I'll definitely buying this product :)

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    1. Yea you should, it's very useful :)

      Sadaf

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  2. I swear by these. I just dip them into my remover to moisten them and they last me for ages. They're available on ebay too :)

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    1. I have noticed them on ebay too. I'll definitely keep using these and hopefully they last a while like you said

      Take care Sadaf

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  3. In your opinion, are they actually worth the money, or in the future would you continue to use brushes/Q-tips/whatever dipped in acetone? That's generally what I do--if I have any major issues (you mentioned brushes being more manageable). I've thought about buying one of those Essie polish corrector pens, but if there's a *free* alternative...

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    1. I would only purchase them once just to try, they are fairly cheap so it won't matter if its great or just good however I would stick to brushes because they work better for me. Once again everyone's different and I've heard people mentioning these are the easiest to use. Brushes for me are easier because they are pretty thin so it's easier to clean but if you don't clean the brush well it will harden. I guess they both have their goods and bads.

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