Avon Change Artist Transforming Nail Colour Reviews
Product Type: Avon makeup
Newest Review: ... my nails. I seem to remember the sets were about £5 but as with anything in Avon if you wait long enough you can pick them up ... more
Customer Avon Change Artist Transforming Nail Colour Reviews (10)
by - written on 12/02/09 (Very useful, 162 readings)
I love nailvarnish, when i had a bit more time to sepnd on my nails when i was at my last job, i would always come in every second day with something new painted on my nails. So when i found this in the Avon book i decided to give it a try. #####So what is it?##### This comes in 2 12ml bottles, one is the main colour of nailvarnish, and the other bottle is for the magic colour changer. Avon describes that this will give you the look of a tone-on-tone manicure effect. These come in clear bottles with the name of what they are on the front, and then these are packed in a black box, which again has all of the details on the front. #####What ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/09 (Very useful, 199 readings)
I bought this nail varnish from Hello Tomorrow, back when I was a rep, for a few pounds. It was the "Shimmering Teal" one, which retails on their website for £6. The varnish comes in two bottles, one with colour and one which is clear. The idea is that you put on the coloured one first, then once it has dried, the clear stuff is put over it in any way you want, whether it be french manicure style or dots and spots. In theory it sounds great, in reality it's not as simple... The varnish goes on nice and smoothly, although you need to make sure you don't put it on too heavily, as this will affect the colour change. Once this has dried, the clear ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/08 (Very useful, 102 readings)
One of Avon's latest innovations is their Transforming Nail Colour range. As a representative I decided I should try this out when it was first released as I could see a lot of my customers being interested in it. I decided to try out the Racy Reds combination as that was the colour I felt would suit me the best and was quite pleased with the results. To use this product you paint the base colour over the whole of your nail and leave it to dry. You can then use the transforming top coat to add depth. The brochure recommends using the complimentary top coat to paint your nails in the style of a French manicure and this is certainly one of the best ways to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/13 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I used to be an Avon representative so when new products came out I would often buy them from the demo book and give them a try so that I could then try and sell them to my customers, I remember this one coming into the book and I knew I would be ordering it as soon as I saw it in the book as I have always liked doing my nails. The sets came in a few different colours but I bought the amethyst version which was this one as I tend to go for purple colours for my nails. I seem to remember the sets were about £5 but as with anything in Avon if you wait long enough you can pick them up on offer and therefore end up with them cheaper. The set comprises ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/08 (Very useful, 512 readings)
I brought this on offer from the Avon catalogue for £4.00 but it retails at £6.00 normally. I love the look for a French Manicure with nice white tips on my nails and a soft pick base, but this caught my eye and I thought it was a great slant on the French Manicure. You can buy this varnish set in four different colours and I chose Amazing Amethyst. The idea is to paint your entire nail with the base coat, and in my instance the colours I chose gave me a gorgeous chocolaty brown colour that wasn't too dark. Then with the second bottle you paint over whichever portion of the nail you wish to become a different colour. I did my toes with this and I ... Read the complete review
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