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We generally frown upon PDG (public displays of grooming) but this floral-patterned mini-file is so charming, we’re tempted to make an exception. Inspired by Madewell’s new spring collection, which features sun-ready prints and patterns like this one, the emery board is as practical as it is pretty. The double-sided nail care essential is perfect for daily maintenance and as a quick fix for snags or breaks.
Great nail file. It is sturdy and just the right texture. And as a plus, it's super cute with the pretty floral pattern.4
Super cute and practical - liked the plastic sheath so I can just toss it into my purse. I do think $5 is a bit pricey for a nail file though4
This nail file is so cute. It's such a great accessory to have in your purse.The nail file isn't to rough on the nails .4
Doesnt go above and beyond the job of being a nail file but it works well and at the very least its adorable. The plastic sleeve is nice as well since they tend to get a little beat up when I throw them in my purse or make up bag.4
Good level of "grit" on each side of the board, with good variation between the sides. The design was cute! I used it while I was getting my hair colored!5
Works great on natural nails and acrylics. Very cute too! Never can have enough emery boards....you never know when you'll need one!5
I love this board! It's the perfect size and is so cute!! It's the best addition to my emergency kit in my purse!!5
A little over priced for an emery board. But it's very cute. And it's not too rough, so it doesn't cause any extra damage to my nails when I use it. So I really liked this little extra in my box. :)4
I am always digging in my purse for a nail file - I'll always be able to find this one. Not only is it pretty, it is great quality.5
I always appreciate having a nail file within reach, but after a few tries with the Madewell board, I had to give up. The grit seemed too heavy, & the design made the board skip & catch unpleasantly at my nails. It was awfully large, which made it hard to handle & not particularly handy to stash just anywhere. The eighties/early-nineties print did *not* endear--is this a "pretty new pattern?" No thanks, all around.1