Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Snails Safe Nails Nail Polish Swatches and Review

*Products Won in a Giveaway

Hey guys! I am back today with something a bit different to show you. Yep, it is still nail polish, but this polish is a bit different than your everyday polish you can purchase at any store or online shop.

I entered this giveaway, just for fun, and I didn't think I was going to win, but I did. What was the prize, you ask? It was for this line of nail polish called Snails Safe Nails. This is nail polish that is formulated for kids, but I am sure anyone can use these polishes too. They are washable, meaning they come off your nails when you wash your hands. They are also non-toxic, which is great for little kids who may get some on their skin or even in their mouth, but hopefully they don't try to drink it. This line of polish is also parabens free, so the polish is super safe no matter what kids do. This polish is made with a water base as well.

I seem to always make a mess with my nail polish, spilling it on my clothes, so this kind of polish seemed right up my alley.

Let me get right to the swatches and everything! I won two polishes, so that's how many I will have to show you guys from this line.

The first one I have to show you is called Glitter Bomb. This is a baby pink polish with a nice shimmer. I did three coats by itself.

The only thing I didn't like about this polish was how it doesn't take to acetone or nail polish remover. What I mean by this is, when I was trying to do cleanup on my manicure, and also when I was trying to remove the polish from my nails to swatch the next one, it wasn't wanting to come off at all. That's the only problem I had with these polishes though, application was great!

The second polish I won is called Gingerbread. I really love this color a lot. It is a bright orangey coral polish with tons of gold shimmer. It is just super pretty.

I did three coats alone. Two would have done me, but I did three for good measure. Application was fantastic just like the last one.

These polishes came to me all the way from Greece, and by the looks of their website, it seems like they are made in Europe. As the prices on their website are not in US currency, I can't tell you the prices sadly. I can tell you that on their Canada site, they are being sold for $9.99 each.

Well, I hope you guys enjoyed seeing something a little different from me, because I had fun trying out these polishes!

That's all for now! I'll talk to you guys later, bye!

1 comment:

  1. Normal removers won't work on removing them, just soap and water. :)