Since I recently got my nails done, this #ManiMonday is actually a #PediMonday, but it doesn’t have the same ring to it. On Saturday my mother-in-law, Terri, took me out for a belated birthday celebration featuring pedicures and lunch. Not only was it much needed to spend some quality time with mom, but also my three week old pedicure that survived my Mexico vacation was looking a little chipped.
Let’s take a moment to discuss my last pedicure… The color I used last month was a full bottle of Julie G nail polish in Damsel, which I received in my IPSY Glam Bag (retail value $3.99 online). The pink color wasn’t too bright or too dark. It was a very “safe” pink color that I know my mom would love too. Usually my go-to is a hot pink that gets more attention than this professional pink, but I liked the change. Typically I can keep a pedicure looking good for at least a month. I’m guessing that it started to chip sooner since I was on the beach for five days. I would definitely order this product again, especially since it’s so cheap and easy to put on. Even though the nail polish is expensive to what I’m used to buying, the company stands for “beautifully curated nail colors without compromising function and nail health”, which to me is worth it. As I’m getting older and perhaps a little more mature I’m looking for products that are healthy for me and the fact that AILA uses natural and organic ingredients is a huge plus. Each nail color is 5 free, gluten free, vegan, made without Parabens, cruelty free, chip-resistant, super shiny, long-lasting and made in the USA! I’m excited to see how long Mister Pookies lasts on my toes. I’ll be sure to update everyone once I find out.
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