Bo-Po polish (stand for Brush On Peel Off) is recommended for ages 3 and up and comes in 10 different colors that can be purchased individually or in various multi-packs.
I think this is an adorable concept but when I saw it "peels off in seconds" I couldn't help but laugh. My girls are the only people that I know who can make GLITTER polish disappear in seconds. So polish coming off is not a problem around here. What I do like is it is safe for children because it does not contain harmful chemicals or odors. Of course being a peel off there is no need for Acetone removers.
My girls love a manicure so when they saw the package they begged me to paint their nails for days. They were very HAPPY with the color choices that we had there was a Purple - Grape, Orange - OMG!, and Pink - Bubble Gum.
When I finally did, I loved the way this polish applied it applied better than some of my polishes. It went on very smoothly and great with one coat. It dried in what seemed like seconds. I mean completely dry, that sticky almost dry that I have experienced before.
There is no nasty scent to this polish I was expecting a scent to match the names but there is no scent at all.
Another AWESOME thing is each Bo-Po polish comes in a unique spill-proof bottle, which eliminates the risk of stains to clothes, floors or furniture as a result of accidental tipping. Amazingly, the bottles will not spill even if turned completely upside down. I could have used this when I was a teenager. I spilled an entire bottle of BRIGHT PINK polish on my mom's new sofa. Needless to say she was not happy at all.
Bo-Po also makes a color changing lip Balm. This Moisturizing balm comes in two tasty flavors: Mango and Ice Cream, and changes colors when applied to skin. I think my girls would LOVE this as well.
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When I get my nails done I like to get French Tips or just a pail pink.ReplyDelete
I love to use any shade or hue of purple nail polishReplyDelete
Okay, I KNOW I just commented, but it's not showing up! Gimme all the holos!ReplyDelete
My favorite color of nail polish is blue glitter! And holographic is even better! :)ReplyDelete
My favorite nail polish color is magenta!ReplyDelete
I like all different colors of nail polish, but I think my favorites are greys and blues.ReplyDelete
I my favorite color is hot pink!ReplyDelete
My favorite color to use is purple, preferably a dark purple nail polish!ReplyDelete
I honestly don't wear nail polish, but my granddaughter does, and her favorite color to wear is pink.ReplyDelete
My fave color nailpolish is pink! :)ReplyDelete
My favorite color of nail polish to wear is electric blue.ReplyDelete
I like to use a french tip or blue.ReplyDelete
I love blues , my daughter loves purple and anything sparklyReplyDelete
i love plums and blues the most but i'm always looking for a new colorReplyDelete
I love purple and bright blue nail polish. I sometimes use black as well.ReplyDelete
I like a deep melon color because it goes well with reds, pinks, and neutrals and I tend to wear those colors frequently.ReplyDelete
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I love green and browns the best.ReplyDelete
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I like grey and light blue colors. My girls love them all.ReplyDelete
My favorite color of nail polish is Pink both in pastels and hot pink.ReplyDelete