Refillable Pump Bottle w/ Label Sticker Set
WHAT IS NAIL STAMPING?
Nail art getting a lil too wild? Our new acetone-resistant pump bottle makes manicure clean-ups easy. Fill it with alcohol, polish remover, or acetone to easily dispense onto a cotton pad. This handy little bottle is versatile for any beauty necessity and craft project, making clean-up or creation faster and easier. This set includes an "Into the Wild" themed set of labels and stickers for functionality and style!
"5 simple steps" for nail stamping
Apply Creative Art Polish over your selected design on the nail stamping plate.
Holding your scraper card at a 45-degree angle, gently scrape excess polish off the design towards the edge.
Move quickly! Using the squishy part of your stamper, pick up the image with an up and down technique.
With the design transferred to the stamper, place the design onto your nail bed using a smooth rolling motion.
Seal your design with our No Smudge top coat and swoon!
Nice bottle and works great
Use with caution
Idea is fantastic but it overflowed acetone with or without the lid on. Ruined my wood shelf I placed it on. Can’t seem to stop the overflow. The good thing was when I filled it and used it straight away it worked great. Bit on the heavy side on how much comes out but was great to use for that time.
Works as described. Very nice to have on hand for quick access to acetone and rubbing alcohol!
Total Game Changer! Works just like in the Lives!
If you've been a "straight from the bottle" person like I was, you know the pain it is ... the opening & re-opening ... the spilling risks to the beautifully finished table ... the acetone running down your finger when the cotton isn't in just the right place. This ends all of that. The flip cap can stay open while you work. You can create the little pool of acetone to keep cleaning your brushes. All of it. The only ding I have for this is the opacity of the bottle makes it very hard to tell what the level is inside the bottle. I wanted to see if this went through less liquid than the rather generic one I had been using. I needed my very bright SAD therapy light to see it. It shouldn't be too big of a thing, though.
Not Idiot Proof
On my first use, I completely filled the bottle, screwed the cap on tight, and later came back to an empty bottle. I’ve since found that being less forceful with closing the cap is better for the seal (which buckles under too much pressure, thereby allowing for evaporation). Be careful and, maybe, don’t totally fill the bottle on your first use, just in case!
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