Posted by Caroline Brown
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, nail polish
, new product
, sample strip
Soon to be on Polished Pevil, sample strips are my way of letting you try out a nail polish without committing to buying a whole bottle. How many times have you taken home a shiny new bottle of polish that looked so good in the shop only to find it comes out a different shade when dry, or doesn't really suit your skin tone? Or when you've needed that perfect shade for a one off night out or wedding that you know you'll never use again but just have to have for that day?
Sample strips are made simply by painting the nail polish onto a backing and allowing it to dry. You can then cut it down to nail sized pieces and apply it like a decal. As it's just nail polish it's easy to do and removes exactly the same as a normal manicure.
They will be available on the store from 1st October for £1.00 and free shipping. Each strip is long enough to cut out 10 nails with a couple left over (based on my nails, this may vary of course). Keep an eye on here and www.polishedpevil.com as I will be posting on 27th September a guide where I have used sample strips (albeit with added nail art) so you can see exactly how to use them.