Friday, February 13, 2009

LITLE DIPR'S


Yes, that is how it is spelled, Litle Dipr's.....


Anyway, as soon as I saw these on Transdesign I knew I had to have them. These are the coolest little inventions! These are individual, wearable nail soakers. For those of us that wear artificial nails nails these are so cool for removing the fake nails. I do my own artificial nails, so of course I take my own off too.
You fill the clear, plastic part almost to the top with acetone, and then insert your fingers in. These are air tight, so none of the liquid will come out. This totally eliminates being stuck with your fingers in a bowl, trying to make sure that you have them under the liquid. It also eliminates alot of wasted product since you don't have to fill up a big bowl full of acetone. And they even go one step further, they have a little built in "scraper", so a while your nails are soaking you don't have to remove them, you just twist the Litle Dipr's across your nail.
But wait - there's more!! (total infomercial lingo there!!) :)
These can also be used for so much more than soaking off acrylic nails. You can use these in the tanning bed as a UV protector for your nails. You could also fill these up with oils and let your nails soak in the oils, or lotions or what ever nail treatments you can think of!
Besides all that, look how SEXY these things are to wear:
I found these under the Accessories tab on Transdesign and they were $14.95 for a 10 pack, or can be purchased individually for $1.65 ea.
I can't wait to use these! What do you all think of this product, does it seem like something you would use?

5 comments:

Rai said...
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Rai said...

Oh those look interesting. lol
... like little UFOs. haha

The price isn't too bad either.
They would come in handy when I had
my nails done and had trouble taking them off at home.

Brooke said...

RAI - UFO, thats a good description. The kinda look like those little holders that have little toys you can get out of those machines for like a quarter.

Nessa said...

Brooke, these things are soo cute! I like the idea about using them for lotions and oils.
Don't worry about your nails. They will grow healthy and strong soon. Don't do the artificial ones! It just takes time.

I gave you an award in this post. B/c u r awesome with your superstaryness!

Brooke said...

NESSA - I can't wait to test these out! I'm gonna hold off on the fakies, Im gonna let my real ones grow out, I am just itching for that to happen though.

Thanks for the award!

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