Friday, October 23, 2009

Nail Candy Review

~Not Bad! ;)

I will be reviewing the products that I am using and implementing in my business. (Which is really fun!) So first off is a Motives Nail Candy. Or more simply put, (really colorful fun nail polishes). I was really happy with ALL of the nail colors that Motives sells. I don't know if anyone has noticed, that at the store when shopping for a nice new nail polish color, its really hard to find a great color. The quality and selections aren't very good. And I usually resolve into buying from OPI which is REALLY expensive and I hate to part with that much money over nail polish. And since I have discovered Motives polishes I am forever hooked and enchanted with ALL of their colors. The first color I chose to review is the Sunset Boulevard. It was the first I put on and it went well with the season. I really really liked it. And I got several compliments over it. A lot of people said, they wouldn't have picked it, but after seeing it on me, they would for sure wear it! :) YAY! :) The other nice thing about this polish is the high gloss shine that it has. It really gives it a great quality feeling. Every time I do my finger and toe nails, I feel like I just left the nail salon. Its so shiny and flawless looking. Its also free of toluene, formaldehyde and dibutyl phthalate. No one else can say that about their nail polish! :) I will do another review soon on a more conservative color, because they are really nice as well.

You can get the Motives Nail Candy at my web page for $5.25
You can compare to the OPI nail polishes for $8.00 - 12.00


LiveFree said...

That was a very objective and true review. I especially like the honest comparison to OPI. I am looking forward to the "conservative" review :-)

Davene said...

I like the changes you've made to your blog: the new pregnancy counter and the poll about whether your baby is a boy or a girl. :) I voted "boy," simply because babies just seem to be boys in my world! Whatever it is, I know that little baby is going to be one loved little guy/girl. :)