Sensationail’s peelable nail polish has been my manicure of choice over the past month. I first learned about peelable polish from Little Ondine, Through YouTube I got familiar with gel basecoats and now I’m finding this concept to be very useful. I’ve been wearing two shades:-
Mauve Over (The Greige)
This is not normally the type of shade that I go for. In person it is more mushroom taupe than mauve (in my opinion.) The addition of the mauve undertone must be the reason that I find it so wearable so I am not complaining. It is surprisingly very flattering. Two coats are needed and it helps longevity to seal the edge of the nail. This is a contemporary classic colour and goes with every outfit.
Set In Rhine Stone (The Glitter)
Firstly, I love the name. In the world of peelable nail polish glitter is definitely the place to start. Removing glitter from your nails, even with a base coat can be a pain in the proverbial. You need to use a stronger formula nail varnish remover or acetone, it takes ages and it gets everywhere. A peelable option solves these problems. This is a good formula. Opaque in two coats, it dries to a matte, but leaves the surface of he nail bumpy so you might want to go over with a top coat so that you dont graze yourself during normal life.
Gimmick or Game Changer
Truth is, neither. Peelable polish is not a gimmick. Being able to change the colour of your polish quickly will alwasy be cnsidered a good thing if a quick change is something that you require. I can’t call it a game changer as Little Ondine did it first. At £6 per polish it is a good price, if you can find a shade that you like. For me, the glitter is the stand out product. Glitter application can be a real pain to remove. A peelable option is good to have.