Thursday, December 13, 2012

What a Girl Wants ~ Piggy Paint Review @PolishCanada


Despite my best efforts to not raise a girlie girl, Little One is indeed a fan of all things pink, purple, frilly, frou-frou shi-shi, and full of bling. The more bling, the better. She's one of those "Go big or go home" kind of girls. Kind of like her grandmother (my mom).  In fact, Little One is so much like my mom, the similarities are uncanny.

I'm sure you won't be surprised at her reaction when we were asked to test out a variety of Piggy Paint nail polish from NailPolishCanada.com!

Let me first introduce you to NailPolishCanada.

Imagine having all your favourite nail polish products available online and in one place? Oh, and if you're in Canada, even better, because they're a Canadian online store! Hooray! I can't begin to tell you how devastated I get when I complete my online shopping and am ready to "check out", only to be informed that there is no shipping to Canada. Oooof! Totally disappointing.

Now, I can peruse tons of favourite items and buy them because I know that NailPolishCanada will send them to me! Oh, and in my experience with them, they have been super fast in getting our items to us!

I was excited to see that NailPolishCanada has nail polish for kids! Many of the websites that carry Piggy Paint are American, so to have Piggy Paint accessible online for Canadians, that is a treat for us!

I let Little One select the shades she wanted to try out. Of course it had to be purples, pinks, and bling!

Here are her selections:



 I wanted to post photos of Little One's adorable mani and pedi, but she got really shy and said she doesn't want you to see her hands and feet.

We tried ALL the colours and had great results. My favourite is Glamour Girl. The colour is really pretty and the shine and shimmer is a great touch. Little One loves them all, especially the Fairy Fabulous because she loves all things fairy right  now.

We did have to put on a few coats of each. I really like that Piggy Paint is safe to use on chidlren's nails and that it's non-toxic, low odour, and "Natural as Mud".

Piggy Paint makes a great stocking stuffer for all the little fashionistas on your list! I've bought some in the past for all my little nieces and for some of Little One's friends. I'm so happy we can buy them online at NailPolishCanada.com!

For a limited time, NailPolishCanada is offering FREE Canadian Shipping for orders over $25 or flat rate $3!

For more info, check out NailPolishCanada via their website or connect with them on Facebook and Twitter!

Disclosure - We were given the products mentioned in this post for review purposes. All the thoughts and opinions expressed on this blog are honest and my own.



10 comments:

Kathryn Lavallee said...

I ADORE Piggy Paint! It's so nice that Nail Polish Canada offers polishes that are safe and non-toxic for kids!

Mommy_Jennof3 said...

What a great product! I love that its CANADA! I've never heard of Piggy paint as my oldest two kids are boys! I'm really looking forward to painting DD1's nails for the first time! Its nice to know there is safe and non toxic paint for kids! Thanks for sharing!

Brooklyn Berry said...

I sadly own 2 nail polishes, and they are really my husbands. He uses them for fly tying for fishing, and are green and blue. My friend asked to borrow some the other day, and that was all I could scrounge up. I paint my nails often, just at my moms house! I need to up my ante a bit. Shopping now!

Christine McN said...

Kat:
We love Piggy Paint too! Love that Nail Polish Canada offers them! We also love how quickly they ship!

Christine McN said...

Mommy_Jennof3:
Me too! I was SO excited!!! Nothing's worse than shopping for your fav items and only to discover that they can't get shipped to Canada :( Love that this is a Canadian online store!

Christine McN said...

Brooklyn Berry:
Ohhhh...your comment made me laugh :) My Dad always had a bottle of clear nail polish for that very reason!!! LOL! If I had you for Secret Santa, I'd know what to buy you!!!! :)

Mommy Moment said...

My girls LOVE LOVE LOVE Piggy Paint!! So many fun colors to choose from, and I feel safe letting them even paint their own nails!

Paula Schuck said...

LMBUTTOFF at Brokke's comment. I had no idea nailpolish was used for that. Your girly picked the really cute named ones too. I have girls and one of my big treats is hauling them off with me to get mani pedis and have girl's night! We enjoy the girly things in life.

Brandi Yee said...

Ohh these sound great! I've heard about them and have been wanting to try them with my daughter. I love how safe they are too :)

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