Thursday, March 19, 2009


Dreamka left me a comment wanting to know about the Nail Art Pen (NAP) I used in the Lilac Pastel - All Dressed Up! post. I promised her I would take some pictures and post them up so she could see the NAP. I used Sally Hansens Nail Art Pens. I found these at Walgreens and they were around $5-$6 ea. They come in a variety of 8 colors. If you would like more info on these, you can CLICK HERE to be directed to Sally Hansens website.
One of the cool things about these pens is that the "paint" is water based, so if you make a mistake, all you have to do is take a wet cotton swab and "erase" your mistake with out messing up your nail polish. These pens are soooo easy to use, it is just like using a marker. The NAP's have a nice, fine tip that allows you to make intricate designs. These pens are great for making pretty good free hand french tips, too!

I recommend these pens! I think they are a little on the pricey side so it might be best to wait for Sally Hansen products to go on sale at Walgreens before getting to many of these. Hope that helps Dreamka, if you have any other questions, please let me know and I will see what I can do to help :)


Rai said...

I want one of those.
But I agree with the price.

I saw them in my Wal-Mart for $6 I think.

Could you do a design using the pen, please!!

Brooke said...


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