Tesco Nail Polish Remover Reviews
Product Type: Tesco in Beauty
Description:Brand: Tesco / Health Products Type: Nail Care / Type: Nail Polish / Suitable for: Nails
Newest Review: ... only size I spotted this available to purchase in by the way) and contact detail for Tesco are given. Its a simple looking ... more
Customer Tesco Nail Polish Remover Reviews (16)
by - written on 29/11/13, updated on 29/11/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Because I don't drive quite often I go shopping with my parents as my Step Dad drives and for that reason I end up in a number of different stores, plus I have shops local to where I live so I really am not store or brand loyal to anything! I find myself quite often in a huge Tesco store near where my Mum lives and a couple of weeks back I knew I needed some nail polish remover so I picked up a bottle of Tesco's own quite simply cos the price impressed for such a large bottle. I was a bit wary of buying Tesco's own nail polish remover. Usually I wouldn't be worried but I have been wearing darker colours of late, glitter and crackle top coats and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/11 (Very useful, 79 readings)
I don't wear nail varnish very often as my nails seem to take ages to dry and no matter what I do they smudge so it has to be a special occasion for me to go to the hassle and because of this I don't see the point spending a lot on a nail varnish remover. I bought the Tesco's own nail polish remover as I knew I was getting low on a shopping trip and found that it cost just under £1 for a 250ml bottle which I thought was decent value. Obviously being a Tesco brand you can only buy this through Tesco. You are able to see through the bottle and see the purple liquid inside but the bottle is a white clouded plastic, there is a screw cap on the top ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
.At the age of 29, I only recently have begun to explore the various polishes and things you can get for your nails. I had it drilled into me for years that my nails had to be short and clean, the reason for this....I play the piano, and any piano teacher will tell you that the click click click of long nails on piano keys is not a good sound to hear so I always paid the least attention to my nails and never thought about making them look pretty with different coloured polishes. Now that I'm a lot older, I'm embracing my femininty and experimenting with buffers and polishes and throwing caution to the wind, although I do keep my nails short there's nothing to stop me ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/11 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I Am always changing my nail colour to suit my mood and of course to add ore I need to remove the old varnish from my nails so I have tried just about every nail varnish going. As Tesco is where I do most of my shopping I have on several occasion brought there varnish remover and that is the one I am actually using just now. To use I tip an open bottled varnish on to a cotton pad. It is just an open top bottle and comes out rather fast so you need to be careful. You do not need a lot of the pad just enough so its moist is enough to remove nail polish from a couple of fingers. To remove the varnish you do not need to keep rubbing your nails as it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I used to be an avid user of nail polish and wore it most days, but with me getting increasingly tired due to pregnancy and pretty much just nodding off the moment my head hits the pillow, I rarely get the time to put polish on as much. However with the sun making a rare appearance here last weekend, I decided to paint my finger nails and toenails (with much difficulty). Having lasted a couple of days however, the nail polish was starting to chip and I reached for the nail polish remover. Now, the one that I am reviewing and the one tha I currently use is this Tesco Nail polish remover, which I have had for some time. A 250ml bottle of this polish remover costs ... Read the complete review
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