I was lucky enough to be given a voucher for the Bannatyne Spa in Darlington for a Leighton Denny Immaculate Manicure and I cam away with a load of Leighton Denny nail things including his white nail pencil which cost me £3.25. I have used the Boots own brand one but to be honest this one is far superior and I really think it also even easier to use.
The pencil looks almost the same as my cheaper Boots one but this one is a slightly harder pencil, I think and as such, it lasts longer and keeps its shape better even when you have used it on al ten nails.
I simply sharpen it with my beauty sharpener and it goes to a nice sharp fine pint, then I slightly wet it on my tongue and scrape it underneath ever nail. You use it under the nail and not on top of the nail and then I finish off by applying two thin coats of topcoat to seal it (under the nail too).
The pencil manages to give my nails a great polished look, which looks like it has been professionally done in a salon. I am so pleased I discovered this pencil and I know I would not go back to using my cheaper one now as this one is just so superior. It also has a little plastic top to use after you have finished - this is to protect the pencil and to prevent the point from being broken.
I am hooked!
Whitens and brightens the nail tip / A quick and easy way to whiten dull and discoloured nail tips making them look whiter and brighter in an instant / Apply once a day under the nail tips / Top Tip: Try using the pencil with a coat of either Bright & White or Less Is More to achieve a clean, polished and well groomed look / It's a cheat's way to create a French Manicure look that takes seconds /