Friday, February 20, 2009


Do you all remember the Litle Dipr's post I did? If not, click here to be refreshed!

Well I was contacted by email by Kathy Abraham, the inventor of these hot little things! Her company, Beauty Concepts Group, manufacturers Litle Dipr's wearable nail soakers. For any of you artificial nail lovers out there that do your own nails - or just remove your own artificial nails, these things are to great not to have. But as I also pointed out, these can be used for a multitude of things, like applying nail treatments and then covering your nails with the Litle Dipr's.

Kathy was gracious enough let me know that Litle Dipr's can be purchased online at Premier Nail Source and a pack of 10 sells for $9.95. I believe I paid $14.95 at Tran's Design.

Plus, lets not forget just how SEXY these things look on!


Dana said...

can they used as a protection when your nails are wet? that's my biggest problem with nail polish, sometimes i get sheet marks or dents :(

Lucy said...

That would be terrific if you could use them for wet nails! Hope it's possible.

Brooke said...

DANA - No I don't believe so because you have to push your nails through the rubber end, and it is made small that it will make a tight fit. I think if you tried to put wet nails in there they would be all sorts of messed up. But it would have been a great idea otherwise.

LUCY - See what I wrote above about using them on wet nails.

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