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Lolita Lacquer Cuticle Balm Review

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http://dkocina.com/artefactos/pyramis/pfr-511-fregadero-iris.html Okay, Lacqueristas, I’ve been AWOL for a little while but I’m back! I’m sure Yamira is like, “What’s taking so long?” Haha

see I have an exciting product for you all: Lolita Lacquer’s Cuticle Balm (shown below with Apple Pie Mani Bomb).

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site rencontre 74 As you can see, the balm comes in a cute little round container (more about this later). The ingredients are simple: beeswax, mango butter, sweet almond oil, and vitamin E. The balm doesn’t smell delicious like Yamira’s other products, but it also doesn’t have any perfumes/additives so it’s perfect for those of you who prefer natural products. The mango butter and sweet almond oil do give it a nice subtle scent, though!

citas con hombres separados The butter is hard until warmed by your skin. It goes on smoothly and feels very light and not oily at all. Afterward, my cuticles felt softer and moisturized for sure! For the best effects, I would suggest using this balm like 3-5 times/day (especially right before bed).

rencontre du 3eme type notes The only complaint I have about this product is that the container is taller instead of wider. It’s hard to get the balm out without accidentally scooping it with my nail. I even tried with my nubbins, and still had the same problem. If your fingers aren’t petite, I’d recommend buying the balm stick instead of the container. You can pick up the balm stick in the Lolita Lacquer Etsy Shop here.

cherche femme etrangere pour mariage If you’re interested in picking up these or other products from Yamira/Lolita Lacquer (she just released a new polish collection, too), check her out on Etsy! Until tonight, you can get free shipping on orders $30+ with the code “FIREWORK”, or 20% off orders $25+ with the code “TROLL”! Happy shopping!

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Strawberry Lemonaid Mani Bombs from Lolita Lacquer

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http://www.hedgeandstone.com.au/?miltos=rencontre-s%C3%A9rieuse-pour-mariage&02f=b8 I got some great nail mail this weekend: mani bombs from Lolita Lacquer!

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nizoral where can i buy it I ordered two packs of the strawberry lemonaid scent and two of the mango coconut scent, and Yamira threw in the relaxation soak as a token of thanks.

buy terramycin ointment I have to tell you guys, I am so in love with these products! The last product I tried was a simple mani soak from a different company, and while it was nice I was left wanting some fizziness. Let me assure you, these bombs pack a punch! Here’s a close-up of the strawberry lemonaids.

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Don’t they look delicious? Almost good enough to eat! And they smell even better.

 

Here’s a video I cut together of one in use. It fizzed for a full minute and ten seconds, and my nails and cuticles felt very soft and moisturized afterward. As per Yamira’s instructions, be sure to soak your nails for about 10 minutes, then wait at least 30 minutes to wash your hands or you’ll wash off all the good moisturizing oils!

If you want to get your hands on some of these, Yamira is offering free shipping for orders $15+ on her Etsy store until the end of the weekend. For more information, visit her Instagram @lolitalacquer!

 

Until next time!