Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover 75ml
1 Second - Really?
I've been quite happily using the Pretty-Quik pot for the past few weeks but thought I'd try this as it's been well previewed online and was initially difficult to get hold of (great PR work Bourjois).
It claims to remove polish in 1 second. It doesn't. In fact I'd say it takes longer to remove than the PQ stuff which feels to me like it has more liquid in it.
This has a black sponge so you can't see the removed polish which makes it more pleasant to look at but apart from that I can't see why you'd want to spend more money on it.
As a concept they're great as you can remove varnish just from one nail without accidentally removing it from other fingers. And for obvious reasons not useful for toe-nails although I'm sure someone could make that work.
May 6, 2012
I have been a nail varnish fanatic for at least 17 years and I absolutely love this product. It is very easy to use, there is no mess and it conditions your nails so you are not left with that horrid dryness that manual varnish removers can invoke.
I have used it about 6 times and it is as good as when I first used it.
I would thoroughly recommend this product.
May 15, 2012
So much quicker than normal nail varnish remover!
I have only used this product once so I cant comment on its longevity but I was so impressed I had to review it straight away!
All you do is stick your finger in the hole in the soft sponge, twist it about for a few seconds (for me it took around 4-5 seconds per nail and I was wearing three layers of nail varnish including a gold one with some glitter in it), take your finger out and its clean!
I normally use an acetone free nail varnish remover (I've tried many brands)with cotton wool balls or pads and it can take a minute or so to do each nail and then I'm usually left with a residue of the colour on my nails and ends of my fingers which usually requires a clean pad to take off.
The formula smells pretty good for this type of thing and doesn't seem too drying.
Get this if you love doing your nails but hate the faff of removing it!
June 6, 2012