Paul and Joe Nail Enamel Remover Review

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Paul and Joe Nail Enamel Remover ($15 for 3.3 fluid ounces) comes in a beautiful glass jar and is tinted pink! The jar is actually very hefty and sturdy. I’m definitely going to save it for other uses when I finish the product.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Nail Enamel Remover is a conditioning formula that thoroughly removes regular polish, glitter polish and nail art without damaging the nails. Ingredients such as sweet almond oil and jojoba seed oil hydrate and condition the nails for a smooth, soft finish. Nail color is perfectly removed, leaving the nails healthfully bare and ready for your next shade.

This product removes nail polish just as good as your standard drugstore variety, but it smells like roses. It is very gentle as well, and doesn’t leave my nails or cuticles dry, which is something very important to me. One of my biggest pet peeves about nail polish remover is that my cuticles are left burning and all of the moisture is sucked out of my hands. This product is very gentle and worth a try, if not just for the gorgeous bottle it is housed in.

 

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Paul and Joe Toujours

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Allow me to introduce you to one of my new favorite shades of pink: Toujours from Paul and Joe. Paul and Joe is a French brand that has all kinds of fun goodies: makeup, clothing, accessories, nail polish, and more. You can find them in the states on Dermstore’s website.

Toujours is such a beautiful shade of pink. It’s a muted, almost salmon pink; it’s not dusty but has a bit of a milky quality to it. I definitely do not have another pink like it. It’s very old-fashioned and romantic. I used three coats for opacity. This polish does seem to take awhile to dry compared to other brands, but not to the point of it being a deal breaker.

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Also, check out this bottle! How cute is it? I would definitely check out more polish from this brand, as I’m really pleased with this one!