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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.
the product description on your website says its good for glitter nail polish so i used my grittiest glitter nail polish i own, by urban decay. this product worked on four of my nails then quit. probably good for regular polish not for glitter though. i will try it with a normal one next time to make a final decision.2
It definately got off the nail polish off all 10 nails. I didn't however like that you had to keep that really saturated mitt on your finger. It also didn't smell like lavender to me, just strong remover smell. Not a fan.:(2
works pretty good for removing glitter polish, which is what i would use it for5
I don't think the "mitts" are necessary. I'd love to just get this solution in a bottle to cut some of the waste and cost.4
This product is perfect for anyone who loves nail polish and needs something simple and effective!5
Smelled good but pad dried out before I could finish taking off my nail polish.3
I'm so glad someone finally thought of these! A messy nail will ruin my day, now these little to go packets make it possible to swipe the problem nail into shape with minimal effort.4
It says that one mitt should clean all 10 nails, mine did not. It removed two fingers worth of nail polish and after that it just wouldn't remove anything. Did have a nice lavender fragrance to it though.2
Heard this stuff would even take off glitter polish, for me that was completely false.1
This is a really nice product and works well, but seems excessive and wasteful when I can use regular nail polish remover for much cheaper5