Limited Edition Winter: Ice Blue Mani Mask - Latex-Free Cuticle Protector

Description

We're making clean-up a lot more chill. This limited edition Ice Blue Mani Mask is formulated to be latex-free and safer for those with allergies and sensitive skin. Create the manicure of your dreams using chunky glitters, water marbling, full nail stamping, paint splatter, and any other technique you want without having to worry about messy hands.

To Use:

  1. Paint a coat of Latex-Free Mani Mask formula onto your cuticles and the surrounding skin for instant mess protection.
  2. Wait for the formula to dry until it's transparent.
  3. Then, create your amazing nail art as you normally would. Be as crazy and messy as you like!
  4. Finally, peel the Mani Mask away from your nail and--voila! The mess is gone!

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MJ
01/08/2020
Maryann J.
United States United States

So easy

Makes clean up super easy. No matter how hard i try to do my nails and not get it on my skin I never succeed this helps so much

P
12/29/2019
Pam
United States United States

Great non-latex barrier

I like this barrier because it levels out on the skin. One thing I've learned in using products like this is you have to remove the barrier right after you're finishing stamping or nail art. Otherwise, it will stick where you don't want it to. Make sure you don't get it on the nail or you risk the chance of ripping up the design or botching it. A little bit of mess around the nail base can be cleaned up with a brush dipped in acetone.

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12/25/2019
Sarah
United States United States

Only If You're Allergic to Latex

So, this stuff is really difficult to use. It sticks to the skin so much that it's really difficult to get off. There's no way to tell if it's fully dry other than touching it since it stays shiny, so there can be wet patches. I ended up having to use a clean up brush around most of my nail anyway because near the cuticle area either it didn't fully dry or the nail polish made it wet again to the point where it wouldn't stick together to remove in one piece and instead gummed up my tweezers. It did come off of the lower part of my finger and save me from the bulk of the work, however, if you're not allergic to latex there's so many better options out there

K
12/19/2019
Kassie
United States United States

Eh...

I would have to say this formula was not my favorite. The original greenish one was better than this one. It dries nicely, but taking it off is painful. I literally felt like I was ripping my own skin off my fingers. Also, I could only get it to come off in one go on a couple of fingers. Most of the time it broke halfway through the process of peeling it off. It does take most of the polish off with it compared to the latex, which just kind of prevents it from adhering to your skin and giving off this flake polish that you then have to careful remove. I'd much rather have to deal with the hassle of the latex than the pain this one caused. If you're allergic to latex go with the original Mani Mask or the Cuticle Protecting Nail Tapes they sell.

L
12/13/2019
Laurel .
United States United States

Not bad but not great

I got mine with the sub box and I've tried using it in thick or thin coats and it is so SO HARD TO GET OFF. I ended up damaging my skin trying to pick it off. When I get lucky and it peels off, I like that it takes the polish with it. Sometimes latex will peel off and leave the polish flakes on my skin. I'd say give it a try if you're allergic to latex.

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