Fancy French Tips

HellO there everyone,

We’re talking French manicures today.  I think they’re beautiful, they make a regular old hand look so elegant, especially when you add some nice rings & a bracelet. 

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Now I may love a French manicure but I’m not all that steady when it comes to painting those white tips on with a brush.  I always find there’s too much polish on the brush, leaving my nail clumpy & taking an age to dry.  Then if I make a mistake which I so often do I’ve to remove all the polish & start the whole thing again, time consuming much?!

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Nailene White French Tip Pen is a handy way around this problem.  You simply draw along the end of your nail with its precision edge, it drys very quickly so you can paint the top coat of clear polish over it immediately.
From start to finish this took 10 minutes. 
As a rule I’d always use polish as opposed doing a French manicure purely because it’s always seemed less time consuming, but honestly after trying this pen I think my fringers will be going French more often.  The pen & polish came together in a set & cost £5.25 from Boots. 

Would you switch from brush to pen? 

Thanks so much for stopping by.

~ LoVe & huGs ~

*MaRiA*

xO

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7 thoughts on “Fancy French Tips

  1. Honestly I think I should have bought the pen instead of the polish 😡 coz it really does takes ages to dry and i just avoid doing the mani. Wish I find the pen somewhere!

    • I’m so shaky when it comes to using a brush, the pen really did make a difference . . If there’s something I’m looking for & can’t find it in the shops then I look on ebay! . .
      xO

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