When it comes to innovation Bourjois are always one step ahead of the game particularly when it comes to the high street. No other brand leaves me eagerly anticipating their next move quite like Bourjois and with that in mind let me share two new nail care additions and one of the brands newest pastel polishes.
First up we have the rather novel Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover for Hands and Feet...yes really feet!
Basically much like the original Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover this is a tub in which you will find a wet sponge (that of course is the nail polish remover) of sorts in which you stick a finger in and twist to remove the polish. It really is simple to use and does make light work of removing nail polish - glitter shades aside of course. If like myself you couldn't quite fathom how this pot would remove polish from the toes then you need not look further than the lid. Tucked neatly under the lid of the Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover for Hands and Feet is a dinky little sponge that you can use to remove polish from your toes. I know what you are thinking how is that any different from using a cotton pad et al? Well the sponge has a denser and somewhat rougher texture that seems to work really well with nail polish remover making light work of removing even month old nail polish (too much information?). At the moment Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover for Hands and Feet is only available via Beauty Mart - link but it will creep into Boots, Superdrug and ASOS by mid-May. For £6 it isn't half bad!
Forever in a rush and don't have the time or perhaps patience to wait for nail polish to dry?
Well look no further than Bourjois Instant Dry Nail Drops which is a nifty little way to speed up the drying time of a pesky nail polish. Basically you grab the little dropper, drop a pearl or two of the liquid over the polish and let it work it's magic. It does work but not if you apply numerous coats of nail polish in one go, if you have a sheer polish then I recommend using the drops after each coat rather than as a finishing step. The great thing about the Bourjois Instant Dry Nail Drops is that it doesn't cause my nail polish to peel nor does it leave any oily or greasy residue. You can find it via Boots for £5.99 - link.
Lastly I have the perfect in-between pastel toned nail polish - not quite pink yet not quite lilac but 100% fabulous. Let me be the one who introduces you to Bourjois So Laque Nail Polish in Peace and Mauve. I do have a weak spot for pastel nail polishes but there is something slightly more special about this hue - a beautiful milky lilac tinged pink that is perfect for the Spring. The great thing about the Bourjois So Laque formulation is that it applies like a dream - two quick coats and you have full coverage with a high glossy sheen. It does state that it can wear up to 7 days but I'm not the best judge as I am so hard on my nails but rest assure it is not quick to chip. Since I am an over sharer this is the formula that I often wear on my toes, namely my beloved bright blue that is called Bourjois Bleu Fableux. Find this shade and others via Boots for £5.99 each - link.
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