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What’s better than Deborah Lippmann’s award-winning, sweet-smelling, totally effective lacquer remover? That same product in handy to-go packets—keep them in your desk for emergency chipped polish removal or tote them with you on your next trip.
It took me forever to remove polish with this product. Even without the glitter, my nail polish just wouldn't budge!2
I was excited to try this product because I frequently wear glitter and other hard to remove nail polishes. However, I don't really feel like it did anything different than regular nail polish remover and cotton balls. The pads did have a lot of remover on them, but it didn't remove the polish from all ten (or even five) fingers as it advertisers. Overall, it was nice to try but I wouldn't buy.2
I thought that the product did what it claimed to do, but it was nothing great. I thought that it was over saturated; I had to use it over a trash can to catch the drips. For what it was, it's extremely overpriced. I would prefer a cotton pad and remover from a bottle.2
I couldn't smell much of the lavender scent, but I find that with a lot of polish removers the acetone smell overwhelms any added scent. The remover worked as well as "normal" acetone polish removers, but it's a little too pricey for me. I'll stick with my CVS brand polish remover and cotton balls.2
I received the Stripper in my January box, and while it worked well and removed my polish quickly, I find myself wondering if it really serves any purpose. The full size product is pricey, and essentially does the same thing my cotton balls and polish remover do for a fraction of the cost.2
while cute in concept this product is impractical and i would never waste my money on it in real life.2
While the product works fine, I just don't see much need for on the go nail polish remover2
While I think these little stripper mitts would come in handy while traveling or to throw in your purse, they are too expensive to use for regular nail polish removal.2
The only thing that I can say that would make this product worth buying would be the convenience. It was nice to use the one mitt to remove the nail polish for all of my fingernails and it was less time consuming and less messy than the traditional way, but I wasn't impressed enough to pay that much for it.2
I didnt notice any difference in smell and it wouldnt take the polish off. I was wearing a thick glittery blue so maybe the product would work better with the plain polish? I think I'll just stick to cotton balls.2