Classics Nail Polish Remover Reviews
Product Type: Classics in Beauty
Newest Review: ... is very basic and quite cheap looking. On the front are the words Classics ( which I assume is the brand name ) and directly ... more
Price Comparison for Classics Nail Polish Remover
Classics Nail Polish Remover 150ml
150 ml Non Acetone Nail Polish Remover Designed to remove Nail Po ...
Last Update 18.06.2013 03:58
400ml Classics Nail Polish Remover
400ml Nail polish remover, Ideal for taking of nail polishes
Last Update 18.06.2013 03:58
Customer Classics Nail Polish Remover Reviews (8)
by - written on 17/06/13 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Im very much a fan of nail polish/lacquers. Something I got into fairly late, but I enjoy being expressive with my nails. This is my opportunity to be creative and experiment with different colours, effects, finishes and textures. The problem ( not so much I guess ) with having such an enjoyment for nails is you cant just possess polish, you need base coat, top coat, cuticle oil - if you want them in good condition and various other products depending on how serious you take it. A must to purchase though is nail polish remover. I bought this from a local Home Bargain store for 69p for a 250ml bottle. Why did I buy it? I bought it purely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/12 (Very useful, 10 readings)
I dont wear nail varnish constantly, probably once or twice a week. Unfortunatly due to my busy life, lack of experitise in painting or just down right crappy nails my varnish tends to chip within a day, two if im lucky. Thats when its time to remove! I did go through a phase of using those little nail varnish remover pads...they sucked. So i reverted back to classics. BOTTLE DESIGN One of my favourite thing about this bottle is its semi opaque meaning you can see how much you have left before its too late and you have to trudge to a shop with one bare hand, one painted. Its a very simple design- the front has the classics logo, what it is and how much ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
When I ran out of my usual Superdrug nail polish remover, I decided to shop around before buying a replacement. I had seen some bottles of remover in Poundworld, which gave me more for my money, so I decided it would be worth seeing if they were any good. There was two brands on offer at the time, so I bought both. One was the Classics Nail Polish Remover which I am reviewing today. My pound bought me 400ml of the liquid. I had not heard of the Classics brand before, and I have not seen there products anywhere other than poundshops. I don't mind trying unfamiliar brands as I have had more success than failure with experimenting in this way. The bottle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/12 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Every girl needs nail varnish remover its simply one of those facts of life you cannot deny. This bottle I picked up in the pound shop for a grand total of (you guessed it) £1 and I have to say it was money very well spent. I hadn't heard of the brand classics before and to be honest haven't heard anything about it since I'm assuming it's just one of those obscure brands that turn up in discount stores that no one really knows much about. You get 250ml of nail varnish remover and it comes in a semi transparent pink bottle so you can clearly see how much you have left. The actual liquid itself is clear and contains; acetone, aqua, glycerine and bitrex (the only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/13 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Classics Nail Polish Remover Whilst I was working away for two months I tried to buy as little as possible that I would have to carry back with me on the flight. Unfortunately I ran out of just about everything the week before I was due to leave and so had to buy mainly toiletries such as shampoo and conditioner and nail polish remover. I decided to try buying all of these itmes in Poundland so that if my luggage was over the weight then I wouldn't mind too much if I had to leave them behind. I picked up a bottle of this Classics Nail Polish Remover for the grand total of £1 to try. The nail polish remover comes in a semi clear plastic bottle, where ... Read the complete review
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