I'm sorry for being so absent. I'm so stressed because of my internship and I've been so busy during the weekend that I have problems making time for my blog. I will have some time this weekend if nothing random comes up! Last weekend something random did pop-up lol. I saw at Facebook that some people were looking for models at a beauty convention for spray tanning, a facial treatment, make-up and teeth whitening. I thought it was really awesome so I applied and they picked me! It was really fun and I've met some great new people. :D
The next product that I'm going to show is so awesome, it completely changed the way on how I remove my polish! JS Internationails has given me a bottle to review because the owner thought it was a perfect way to remove polish. She was totally right. I previously used acetone to remove all my nailpolish so after that my cuticles were
always very dry, especially since I remove my polish on a daily basis.
I also don't have a special place to do my nails. I'm a very messy person so there were tissue balls removed polish scattered around my whole house lol. That's all history thanks to Golden Rose - Nail Polish Remover. It's a bottle with a sponge and polish remover in it. It easily removes nailpolish in less than two minutes!
This nail polish remover is acetone free and also has some vitamin E in it. It also has a really nice fruity scent and comes in four different colors and scents. The only thing that you need to do is put your finger into the sponge and twist your finger in the bottle. I do this for 10-15 seconds and my nail comes out completely clean! I've used this with mani's that have up to five layers of polish. So that means base coat, two or three coats of polish, stamping and top coat. I didn't try this for glitters, I still use the foil method for those kinds of polishes.
Here's the mani before, I always have a problems with removing brighter and darker polishes. The colors gets all on my skin so if you would remove this with acetone and cotton balls, my skin would look al blue-ish, but with this method, my hands are all clean and ready for the next mani in less than two minutes!
I think I've used this bottle for about 20 times now. The color of the liquid has changed into a dark, murky color. There are also some pieces of sponge that are getting loose but I still can use it without any problems.
You can buy the Golden Rose - Nail Polish Remover for 4.75 EUR (6.40 USD) at JS Internationails. I highly recommend it!
*This product was sent to me for review, please see my Disclosure & Policy page for more information.
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