Manicure Monday: Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover Hacks and Tips15:00:00
This Magic Nail Polish Remover from Bourjois is a staple in my beauty stash. I bought it a few years ago in London, as Bourjois is not well stocked here in Canada and even so, I think they only have makeup.
If you are not familiar with this product, it is a pot containing a foam soaked in nail polish remover. The foam has a hole in it, in which you dip your nails one at a time, wiggle a little and it's clean when you take it out!
Now, as I said, I've had this one since a few years and it's still going strong. But there are a few things I'm doing to get the most out of it, as I cannot repurchase easily. Here are the tips I have for you:
Don't just wiggle your nails in the hole. I also wiggle my nails on the outer foam, the part that is sitting next to the pot, as opposed to the middle hole. This prevents nail polish buildup on the foam, which makes for a cleaner removal.
On that note, when you feel the foam might be too stained from the polish buildup, take it out, flip it around, and put it back in. Be careful, as the foam is soaked in nail polish remover, and you can make a mess. I did this over the sink.
If you don't have any Bourjois stockist near you and love the idea of the Magi Nail Polish Remover, try out Gemma's DIY Nail Polish Remover Jar.
Otherwise, you can buy it on ASOS, for around 10$.
Have you tried the Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover? Any tips on this products or how you remover your polish?