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Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover

By Hhepton

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Recently I was doing my nails and I whipped out my favorite ever makeup tool, the Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover, and whilst thinking in my head about how this has changed my life I realised I had never once mentioned it on my blog. Yes I know, you’ve heard about it a million times and it’s raved about by everyone, but I thought it still deserved a mention here as without it I probably would never paint my nails again.

Just in case you’ve been hiding under some sort of rock, the Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover is basically a little pink pot that’s filled with sponge inside. The sponge is soaked in nail polish remover and has a little hole in the middle for you to put your finger in and have a wiggle around. Yep that’s it! It sounds so simple and kind of pointless, but it makes taking your nail polish off so easy. It does take longer than 1 second though, maybe about five seconds of wiggling then little touch ups around the edge as it seems to miss the bits of nail polish left right next to my skin. Then again though I do have pretty short fingers and struggle to get them in properly, so all you long fingered gals might not have a problem! This little wonder pot also makes taking off glitter polish a breeze, it’s much quicker than using regular nail polish remover, and although it does leave a few little specks of glitter behind it’s still 100x easier than if you try with cotton wool.

My only gripe with this product is that I absolutely hate the feeling of my nails inside the sponge, but I also hate the feeling of cotton wool so really it’s just one of two evils! What I actually do is stand over the sink taking my nail polish off with this, so I can wash my hands IMMEDIATELY once it’s done. Normal people might think this is strange, but I’m just a bit funny with the feeling of things on my fingers and nails.

Anyways, the point of this blog post. Get it! Or even better, try the new one which you can use on your toes. I haven’t tried it yet but once my current pot of the Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover dries out I’ll definitely be picking that one up. They are both available from Boots with this one coming in at £4.99, but for me the price is definitely worth it.

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