As lovely as it is to get a salon manicure or pedicure (or both), not every manicure can be from the salon, which is why the Pedicure team jumps for joy when they find genius tools that can make at home manicures and pedicures even easier! Polish lovers like us are always on the look out for ways to make their manicures even better whilst making our lives even easier, which is why these quirky tools we have found will change your life for the better!
The ladybug nail polish holder is a tool that can help even the clumsiest of polish lovers as it makes it impossible to spill your polish. You put your bottle of polish in the middle of the ladybug and there are three flattened spots on the bottom that you can tilt the ladybug onto but it is impossible to tip over.
The French Manicure Tip-Dip is a tool that helps you do the perfect French manicure tips every time! With this tool you can get salon-quality tips at home for a fraction of the cost, all you do is dip the tool into a container with the special French Manicure polish in it and swipe it across your nails. It works well for most nail shapes and is good for both manicures and pedicures.
Cutex have come up with a tool that will prevent you from ever ruining your entire manicure when you just want to remove polish from one nail. With the Cutex cotton ball holder you just put the cotton ball in the cup, apply nail polish remover to the cotton ball and remove your nail polish one nail at a time, all whilst keeping your other nails in tact. For just $2.49 this bargain is worth every penny!
Finally, the Every Beauty 3 in 1 nail file is a steel nail file that’s ergonomically designed to shape your nails into any shape. The file is straight at one end and curved at the other, allowing you to easily shape your nails into Flat Tips, Rounded Corners, Pointed tips and many more). It’s designed not to fray your nails and because it’s stainless steel it won’t leave any board dust behind. This tool is great, especially for people who want to shape their nails beautifully but can’t quite do it with a regular nail file.
– Mette Jorgensen.