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Clipping or filing your nails in public is generally a no-no in our book, but with a tool this cute, we might just let it slide. Toss this mini-file in your bag to keep nails smooth and snag-free, no matter where your day takes you. Even if that means filing your nails on the subway.
These files are handy to keep in your purse for on the go touch ups. I wouldn't use them as the main file when giving myself a manicure, there just didn't seems to be enough of the scratchy stuff.4
This file has a cute pattern and the case for it is fantastic! It doesn't scratch up anything in my purse!5
I loved these nail files. They are so cute and compact. I love the fact that I can throw them in my purse and have them whenever I need them.5
I like the idea of having a little box of nail files, and the patterns are cute. However, the grit on the files is a little too fine to actually work. If the grit were a bit thicker I would definitely purchase this!4
While these files were cute and convenient,I already received the Madewell Emery Board a few boxes ago and do not need any more nail files, not to mention a box more.3
these files last. they don't shred like other nail files.5
this are invaluable. I am always chipping my nails, perfect to take with you and you don't feel bad losing one or giving one to a friend because they are so tiny and there are so many! I use a larger one for my at home manicures but this is perfect for an on the go repair! I gave em out as gifts in a little spa gift bag to some friends! too cute!5
The packaging and size were great but the detail on the files themselves (little puppies) actually reduced the effectiveness of the file. As a regular in nail care, I was underwhelmed though everything else was spot on!3
I love these pocket size files, I keep them everywhere and they don't take up as much space as a normal size emery board. The packaging is adorable and would make a great addition to any gift with some polish.5
These work well, but I honestly prefer a larger emery board. I think these are kind of hard to work with.3