Monday, February 13, 2012

Revlon's Crazy Shine Nail Buffer & Some New Pages

Today I have something pretty cool for you guys or at least I think so. This is Revlon's Crazy Shine Nail Buffer. I picked this up in my Drugstore.com haul after seeing it always sold out at Target. I've been a fan of shiny buffed nails since my nail tech back in Michigan Cindy buffed out the remaining pieces of my sad acrylic set before I left for California. Since then I've been trying to find a buffer that would do the job and this one is the best drug store version I've found.
I paid $3.49 for this and would gladly purchase it again even if it were a few more dollars. The shape makes it really easy to use and the pointed tip helps get the corners of your nails much better than the traditional square buffers. One side is a buffer side and the other is the crazy shine side, say that three times fast... lol

The buffer side is just gritty enough and dulls the nails only slightly with no pressure. The shine side takes no pressure at all just rub rub rub and your done that's it. I was surprised by how quickly the shine showed up in the past I've had to use tremendous amounts of pressure to get a half decent shine so I love that this one is so easy. Once shined it really looks like you have a top coat on your nails the best part is how long it lasts. I shined my nails and 5 days later they still looked great at this point I actually painted them and I just took off the polish last night and they were still shiny! I was pretty surprised that they withstood polish and remover but the still had a bit of shine to them. Needless to say I'll be using this all the time since I don't usually wear polish.



Top hand is UN-BUFFED
Bottom hand is BUFFED
So I'm no hand model but here are some pictures of the shine it really looks like a top coat which is great because I usually pick at nail polish that why I don't wear it often anymore so this is a nice alternative if you peel your polish off like I do.
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  1. I haven't tried this yet, but I hear only good things about it.

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  2. I used to not wear as much polish as I do now, and I love nail buffers! This looks like it works really really well!
    ♥ laura
    the blog of worldly delights

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    1. It does you should pick one up its seriously the easiest one I have ever used lol

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  3. Looks like the buffer worked. Her hands look nice.

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