Monday, November 28, 2016

Spray Perfect


A new and exciting way to apply nail polish is here and I am excited as it is from Spray Perfect. I am a person who when I must apply nail polish I end up with it all over my finger then I should go get the stinky nail polish remover and sometimes that is a pain but with Spray Perfect, it is easy to use that leaves users nails with a salon quality polished look. The world’s fastest manicure, spray Perfect dries in under a minute. Spray Perfect smart polish formula features new technology that lets color adhere to nails but easily washes off skin with soapy water. The spray on nail polish is chip and crack resistance and will last for up to five days after the application.
The way it works is you do it in seven steps you push back or cut cuticles and make sure nails are freshly washed and free of hand lotion. Next, you apply any basecoat on top on nails only. Allow coat to air dry for 2 to 3 minutes. Do not drive by blowing on basecoat. Cover work area with a paper towel to protect the surface from overspray. Shake can before use. Spray polish onto nails from 4 inches to 6 inches away. Allow nails to air dry for three minutes. 

Do not dry by blowing on spray Perfect. Apply any topcoat onto nails only. Allow coat to air dry for 2 to 3 minutes before appliance checking coat for a high-gloss finish. Maintained finish every few days to prolong manicure. Once nails are dry, wash off excessive polish from skin and cuticles, cleaning hands with soap and water. Enjoy the fastest manicure ever! Spray Perfect comes in a variety of colors which are Racy Red, Sexy Silver, Naked Nude, Party Pink, Passion Purple, Whimsical White and Black Beauty. I was sent Sexy Silver and Racy Red that come in a 1.3-ounce bottle along with a Base & Top Coat.

My Opinion: I really like the idea of Spray Perfect as it is easy to use and apply. I had no problems using them and they lasted as long as I expected and wanted which was five days.  I really like the Sexy Silver as it is perfect for winter and the holidays.

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