Nail Pick: Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover

Nail Pick: Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover

Image courtesy of Floral-Etiquette

I don’t know about you, but unless you’re popping into the local beauty salon, the manicure process isn’t all that great for us ladies; nails can be a real pain. There’s the process of painting them neatly (sometimes cramming it in on the morning tube), letting them dry, and then removing when chipped, which happens a lot faster than you would hope. Bourjois have made the latter a lot more pain free with their new Magic Nail Polish Remover. Why? You may well ask, well arguably its pure genius in a bottle.  

The Magic Nail Polish Remover states a 1 second removal per nail without cotton wool. Although the scent is potent you will soon become captivated by essences of red fruits and vanilla. We were excited to try this and were amazed to see how well it works. With a little hole within a sponge all you do is dip your finger in and voilà it's gone! It is also acetone free so is safe to use on any nail enhancements.

This little beauty retails at £4.99 and is available from Bourjois counters across most Superdrug and Boots stores. It is even pink, what are you waiting for?

by Jemma Lamble, floral-etiquette.blogspot.com



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