Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover Reviews
Product Type: Bourjois Hand & Nail Care
Newest Review: ... it in place allowing you to remove your nail polish with ease without worrying about liquid pouring everywhere. The packaging ... more
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by - written on 08/05/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
At the start of the year I was stocking up on some bargain Christmas/Birthday presents for this year when I saw this Bourjois nail polish remover. It was reduced from £8.00 down to £2.00 so I decided to snap one up and see if I liked it. Now according to what I can see online this normally retails for between £4 and £5, not the £8 quoted on the site I bought it from, but I still believe I got myself a bargain! This nail polish remover is a little different to others. The idea is that you remove the lid, put your finger in the pot, where it will go inside the middle of a sponge, then you press down lightly and twist your finger. Do this back and forth for a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/13 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I've recently started wearing nail varnish again after years of not bothering with it at all due to my nails breaking all the time at work. One of the things I used to hate about wearing nail varnish was removing it, it's such a faff on, so I decided to pick up this Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover which claims to take only 1 second per nail. I paid £4.99 for the pot in Superdrug. The product is basically a pink plastic pot with a screw off lid, inside of which is a nail varnish remover soaked sponge with a hole in the centre. To use it you're just supposed to stick your finger in the hole (sounds dodgy I know, kinda looks it too!) twist and remove, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/12, updated on 15/04/13 (Very useful, 189 readings)
I was recently lucky enough to win a few beauty products in a pre-Christmas competition, and this nifty nail polish remover from the excellent Bourjois range was one of my prizes. This product won Elle Beauty Awards 2012 for Best Nail Product. The premise behind the Magic Nail Polish Remover is that you don't need a bottle of remover and cotton wool pads, nor do you need a pack of removal wipes. This product claims to remove your nail polish in one second, simply by inserting each nail into a small indentation in the remover-soaked sponge that fills this container. The bright pink tub is about 9cm (3.5 inches) high, and it contains 75ml of ... Read the complete review
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