Bundle Monster Nail Stamping Plate Zipper Leather Case Organizer Review and Photos

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Bundle Monster Nail Stamping Plate Zipper Leather Case Organizer ($14.99) We have the ultimate storing solution for your Bundle Monster nail stamping plates – we have designed our exclusive stamping plate zippered organizer! This portfolio styled case has a modern shiny vinyl, faux-croc skin textured outter cover with a soft velvet-like lining. This holder includes 14 soft, matte, see-through vinyl pages that have 6 slots per page. Each slot is designed and is strong enough to hold 2 plates per slot, which gives you 168 plate storage! Each slot fits a standard 5.6 cm nail plate and has a U-grooved design to make putting in and pulling out nail plates that much easier. Its portfolio design is slender and thin which makes storing the case easy for tight storage or easy to pick up and go for your nail parties. This case is also great for professional settings like a nail salon. The front of the case has the official “BM” logo etched in metal.

My Thoughts:

I love this case! I needed a way to organize all my stamping plates and this leather case is perfect for the job. Prior to the case, I was storing my nail stamping plates in a box. It was an absolute pain in the butt to dig through the box looking for a specific plate. The leather case reminds of of the CD cases I would use to hold CDs. This case holds 2 plates per slot and there are 6 slots per page. The case comes with 14 pages. So after all the math, the case can hold up to 168 nail plates total! That’s a lot of nail plates! Even though it may seem putting 2 nail plates into 1 slot may be a tight squeeze, I didn’t have any trouble sliding any of the plates in and out of the slots.  The case itself is pretty small and won’t take up a lot of room at all. Just imagine 3 plates by 2 plates. It’s very sturdy and can take quite a hit. I’ve dropped and scratched it on accident, and it still looks like new. Even the pages are study too. I don’t think they will be ripping or tearing anytime soon. If you’re looking for a way to organize your nail stamping plates, this case is a good option to consider.

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Wet n Wild Megalast Nail Color in Undercover Review, Photos, and Swatch

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Wet n Wild Megalast Nail Color in Undercover ($1.99)

My Thoughts:

Undercover is such a gorgeous color. I love the brownish pink shade. The formula isn’t too thin nor is it too thick. It’s just right. The nail polish glides on very easily and evenly. Not only does it go on so easily, it dries quickly too! I love how wide the brush is. It’s about as wide as my pinky. Because the brush is wide, it makes painting your nails faster and easier. Although, if your nails are narrow I can see you having trouble because the brush will be too wide. I just love everything about the Wet n Wild Megalast Nail Color in Undercover! The price! The color! I need to grab more of Wet n Wild Megalast Nail Color when they are BOGO again.

Check out the swatch of the Wet n Wild Megalast Nail Color in Undercover!

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Revlon Multi Care Base + Top Coat Review

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Revlon Multi Care Base + Top Coat Review ($5.75) A great multi-tasking product: it first smoothes the way for nail color, then seals and protects with a hard, shiny, chip-resistant finish.

My Thoughts:

I’m sad to say I didn’t end up liking the Revlon Multi Care Base + Top Coat. As a base coat, it didn’t keep the dark nail colors from staining my nail. As a top coat, it didn’t the usual shine I’m used to getting from other top coats. I also found the formula to be too watery and thin. I also noticed it caused my nail polish to go on streaky. It was so weird. Another complaint is that it took forever to dry. I don’t think it even dried. It’s a shame because Revlon nail products are usually really good.

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Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat Review

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Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat Review ($5.75) Quick Dry Top Coat sets in 60 seconds to a hard lustrous finish. Formula safeguards polish from nicks and chips

My Thoughts:

The Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat isn’t my favorite top coat I’ve tried thus far but it isn’t the worse. Don’t get me wrong. It works; just not as well as others. It leaves a shiny finish and dries quick (about 10 minutes). There isn’t a strong scent (Seche Vite I’m looking at you!). The top coat does a good job of keeping my nail polish chip-free. I can go about 3-4 days without seeing any chips. Another plus is the brush can reach the bottom of the bottle. Yay for no wasted product! However, it is oily. I don’t like how oily it is. It spreads and drips down my fingers. Also if I’m not careful, it creates bubbles. It isn’t a lot of bubbles, but it’s enough for me to notice. Overall, I’ll get it again because you’ll always find it on sale and you get so much product for how little it costs.

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Revlon No Chip Top Coat Review

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Revlon No Chip Top Coat ($5)

My Thoughts:

LOVE! Finally an affordable top coat that performs as if it cost hundreds of dollars. It was able to keep my nail polish chip-free for over week. It also gave my polish a nice shiny, glossy finish. Unlike the super popular top coat that shall remain nameless, Revlon’s No Chip Top Coat didn’t get goopey and thick overtime. It also dries super quick. I recommend Revlon No Chip Top Coat to everybody!

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