Saturday, 19 July 2014

Problem solver…Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover - Hands & Feet

Bonjour Guys and Dolls

I don't know about you but I end up changing my fingernail polish a lot more often than that on my tootsies due to wear. However sometimes I want to change my toe colour but don't yet need to take off my fingers…and often am feeling too lazy to paint those as well. Don't judge.

How glad I was to find this little miracle in a pot, no more worrying about avoiding touching the cotton wool pad and smudging my fingernail polish. I love the dip and twist removers anyway as they're super effective and so easy to use. This one has a sponge in the lid (it'd be challenging to get your toe into the usual format!)

Main caveat is that these aren't great for glitter polishes. This way you can keep your Friday manicure intact when you decide you need to change your pedi for your Saturday night dancing shoes.

Any marvellous mani / pedi tips you want to share? Pop them in the comments below

xx Josephine xx

Twitter: @JojoSparklesNI


  1. Well, test worked so thanks for the tip! Does this work for Shellac?

  2. Hi Sheelani! I doubt it does as you'll likely need acetone for that - I'd try breaking the seal of the Shellac polish with an emery board and then using an acetone based remover - you can soak a cotton ball with the remover and either use tinfoil to hold it close to the nail, or the old rubber thimble type items '50s secretaries used to use, much like a glitter polish remover.

    While I love Shellac mani's I do hate the removal - good luck with it!!


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