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New & Improved nail-aid 1st Acetone Power Gel Review

Wednesday, July 19, 2017Nail A College Drop Out


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February of 2015, a mystery, new polish remover hit Walmart shelves. It was like nothing else stateside . "Why," you ask? Instead of your standard liquid remover, this baby was a gel. Yup, that's right, nail polish remover in a gel state. The nail polish community was SHOOK. That is until the reviews started rolling in, mine included. Generally the reviews were pretty unfavorable.Those reviews probably explains why in August of 2016 a new & improved version started popping up.


How does the new version stack up? Does it live up to the hype the original version couldn't?


First let's revisit some stats on the original version.

  • $3.98 at Wal-Mart
  • strong acetone smell
  • super sticky feeling after removal, and it is a must to wash your hands with soap and water
  • let it sit for 8 minutes to remove the glitter from this mani. And even after that I still had to scrap it off with my fingers.
  • it does liquefy dried nail glue in two minutes
And the new and version.

  • $7.98 at Wal-Mart
  • strong acetone smell
  •  super sticky feeling after removal, and yup you'll need to wash your hands with soap and water after removal
  • took a whole lot longer than 4 minutes to remove a full glitter mani
Final review? It's the same damn product with a 100% price increase and black packaging. Once again. Don't waste your money. Just stick to the acetone and polish removal methods you're used to. *heavy sigh*

I'm here blowing money on products so you don't have to.
Tune in. Drop out. Love polish.

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