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Full Name of Product: Nail Cones
Type of Product: Stickers that are placed around your nails to protect your skin when you apply polish.
Price of Product: $5.99
Where to purchase: You can purchase these HERE
First impression: I was very confused at how these worked upon first glance. Luckily, the instructions are on the back. They are very easy to use and a genius idea!
Before: I am not the best at painting my nails. I never fail to get polish on my skin while painting them and it is a pain for me to go back later to remove the polish. These nail cones prevent this from happening. Before painting your nails, find a sticker (3 sizes included in each package of 15) that will fit each nail and place it around the sides of your nails and under the top of your nail. It will look like you have an ice-cream scoop on top of your finger. Hehe. Such a cute and fun idea.
After: I actually managed to paint my nails without the polish getting all over me! I was so excited to peel the stickers off and see how beautiful my nails looked. They looked like they were professionally painted. My one complaint is that if you do not push the stickers hard enough they will come off as you are moving your fingers around. Other than that, they work really well. I wish I had a lifetime supply of these bad boys!
Price Vs. Quality: The price is okay, If they were around $2 or $3 I would purchase them in bulk, but the quality is spot on.
How I rate the product on a scale of 1 to 5: Another 5 for creativity!!
Would I purchase this product for a friend? Definitely! These would make a great addition to grab bags for my girls
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