Hello Hello! Since I am thinking spring and it’s time for my nails to come out of hiding, I thought it was time to make a list of my favorite nail care products. Some are oldies but some on my list are ones that I may have not been using forever but still have earned a place here on my list for being outstanding newbies.
In no particular order, here are the products that I simply cannot live without.
The best mini polishes on planet earth. Period.
This is a little pricey at $45 but it’s well worth it when you consider it’s basically the price of 2 manicures. Your nails will thank you!
This stuff dries in 60 seconds flat. Because who has time more time than that? Seriously. Thank you Sally.
I have been using this for years after discovering the brand through Disney Parks and I haven’t looked back. Out of everything on this list, I don’t think there’s a brand that I would more strongly recommend. Seriously, you’ll thank me again and again if you give h2o beauty a chance.
Perfect for travel and efficient for getting tough polish off. Very well priced.
I go through this like water but it keeps my nails strong. When I don’t use it, I notice the difference and they break more often. Plus the smell is sweet.
Mermaids, Unicorns, Space, Champagne Seas, and so on. Nails Inc knows how to make a great duo.
This product is the real deal. I got it after a disaster of a manicure and this overnight nail mask somehow made me feel like I had recovered.
I just bought another one of these after losing my last one. It’s a good investment. I won’t lie it takes getting used to when it comes to a crystal file but it saves a ton of money especially after I canceled my Julep subscription. They have the best traditional nail files.
One of the best deals on nail polish and a great monthly subscription box. I miss mine all the time and might sign back up soon. They really do have quality products. I gave almost all mine to my nieces though but the great part was that I could do so with confidence because Julep is one of the nail polish companies that is free from many of the garbage chemicals that I try my best to avoid when buying polish. Hence why I mostly use Nails Inc, Ciate, Essie, and Debrah Lippmann.