Asda Nail Varnish Remover Pads Reviews
Product Type: Asda makeup
Description:Brand: ASDA / Type: Pads / Suitable for: Nails
Newest Review: ... of not being able to open and spill onto the contents of my case. I used these a few times on holiday and have used them at ... more
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Last Update 10.03.2014 07:55
Customer Asda Nail Varnish Remover Pads Reviews (12)
by - written on 14/07/13 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I wear nail varnish most of the time as I think it helps to protect my nails and also my nails are not particularly white so I do like to wear varnish to cover them up. For most of the time I use the liquid nail varnish remover and will usually just buy the one which is the best offer at the time. I went on holiday with my friends in May and didn't want to take a bottle of nail varnish remover with me as I was only taking hand luggage and space was tight, so I went out and bought these nail varnish remover pads from Asda as I thought they were small enough to slip into my bag and had the added security of not being able to open and spill onto the contents of my case. . Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/11 (Very useful, 1 readings)
I wear nail varnish all the time on both my nails and toenails. I love to try out new colours and sometimes even have them professionally done with a pattern or motiff. The one thing I will never do is go out with chipped nail varnish on my fingers (or toes if they are showing). I usually tend to do my nails the night before, but there are occassional times when I have an accident in the morning or just didnt notice anything wrong untill it's too late. That's when these pads are fantastic. The container holds around 20 pads which are drenched in nail varnish remover. To use them you simply take one out and wipe it over the nail. When your done, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
As I wear nail polish pretty much everyday nail varnish remover is something I have to have a constant supply of so imagine my horror when a few days ago I totally ran out and my fingernails were looking less than perfect. I had to text my mom while she was out begging her to pick me some up and she back with these "Asda Nail Varnish Remover Pads" she'd been on her way home and Asda was the first place she saw so she had got these. When it comes to nail varnish remover for me Im not to fussy what brand it is or where it comes from as long as it does the job so I set about using these straight away and it turns out I was wrong - more expensive nail varnish ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/10, updated on 01/07/11 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Going on holiday for a few days I used a really good nail varnish on my toes and forgot all about them. They looked nice and I was happy with them. Until my short break turned into more of a holiday due to weather conditions and suddenly my toes looked absolutely terrible! In a caravan with 4 dogs and limited space I decided to try out nail varnish/polish remover pads instead of using a stinky nail varnish remover and cotton wool or something. I liked the idea of using these and offering quickness and with minimal fuss to rid the remnants of chipped colour of said toes at 90p they seemed a good and ideal solution. The Packaging: Light ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/12, updated on 03/08/12 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I love painting my nails with varnish and having different coloured nails according to what I'm wearing or what kind of mood I'm in. The only problem I have with wearing nail varnish is that I really do not like having chipped paintwork. If the varnish starts to chip I tend to remove all of the varnish and start again. These Asda nail varnish remover pads are one way I've tried to get varnish from my nails. The nail varnish remover pads are part of Asda's skin system range, the packaging is now a little different to dooyoo's picture. The pads still come in a round tub, but it's now white instead of purple. Each tub contains 25 remover pads. Each pad ... Read the complete review
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