FingerPaints Peel-Off Base Coast for Glitter
I love wearing glitter nail polish on my accent nails, but I have no patience when it comes to taking it off. I seriously dread Sunday nights when it’s time to change-up my manicure.
During one of my Sally’s Beauty visits, I spotted this little bottle by FingerPaints. I decided to get it and give it a try.
I’ve seen and heard about these types of peel offs but have also heard that it’s not worth it and it’s more like watered down glue. This product is more see through.
In the picture above, I have on two coats of Essie’s Mademoiselle on all my nails except for my ring finger. On my ring finger, I have on one coat of the FingerPaints Peel-Off base coat for glitter. As you can tell, it goes on clear. It looks just like your regular clear base coat. It is definitely thicker than your basic base coat but not noticeable on your nails.
The peel off took about 5 minutes to completely dry before I applied my Essie glitter nail polish with a sponge.
I can only wear glitter nail polish on weekends or vacations when I’m away from work, so I can only tell you how this was only after wearing it for a couple of days.
I didn’t have high expectations when I first bought this, but I’ll try about anything that will make taking glitter nail polish off easier. I was just hoping it wasn’t going to be anything like the peel off nail polishes we wore as kids.
With wearing this peel off base coat for a couple of days before I had to redo my manicure for work, it definitely shaved off minutes and made clean up a breeze!
In this picture, you can see how thin it is. I didn’t have to scrub for minutes or soak cotton balls and cover them with alluminum foil for a while.
I’m glad I found this and I don’t have to dread taking off glitter nail polish the night before having to go back to work.
I bought mine at Sally’s Beauty for only $5.50 using my Sally’s Beauty Club Card. If you don’t have a Sally’s Beauty Club card, then it’s only $6. Either way, it’s not a bad price.
How do you take off your glitter nail polishes?
Have you tried any peel off base coats?