Friday, 16 January 2009

Friday Whine :)

I have not had time to put nail polish on in the last couple of days, so my nails have got a mini-holiday! They are still a minging yellowish tone, despite me dabbling with whitening treatments. The peel on my middle finger on my right hand is still there, so I had to put some Sally Hansen Miracle Cure on it in a hurry this morning to stop it actually peeling off in one big flake :(

Speaking of which... Sally Hansen Miracle Cure doesn't work. I've used it for about 2 months now as a base coat but the two peeling fingers are still flaming peeling. I'm painfully aware how much I paid for this bottle in my desperation and I am now asking:

DOES ANYONE KNOW OF ANY GOOD PRODUCTS THAT WORK FOR PEELING NAILS?

Its not all bad today tho - yesterday I won a bottle of Misa "Toxic Seduction" on eBay. It arrived this morning. Sweet service, no?? It looks awesome, I can't wait to try it :) Looking at it however I am thinking it looks a lot like China Glaze "Gussied up green". But when I compare them I am sure they will be so different I can justify having both! :)

5 comments:

Sasha said...

One of the Nailtek formulas is for peeling nails- they are pricy ($15?) but worth it. I used to buy at CVS, but have also seen them at Ulta.

Sasha said...

Here's link. It's formula II.

http://www.nailtek.com/nail_tek/nkII.html

Lina-Elvira said...

Oh thank you for recommendation :) I will have to look into it. I think I prob paid something similar maybe slightly less for the Sally Hansen one :( I take good care of my hands and this peel has been there for months, on these two fingers, it's really bugging me.

rmcandlelight said...

I agree Nailtec formula II is good.

MoLo said...

My current fav is Nubar's Nu Nails-it's kept my nails super strong and non-stained