Wednesday, April 15, 2009

NAIL WHITENER PRODUCTS TESTED

Yesterday I told you all that I decided my nails needed some whitening. My normal process to get rid of staining on my nails is to use my nail buffer. However, this does take a toll on my nails, and since I am currently using my Barielle treatments, I didn't think that would be right. So I headed on over to Sally's and found two products:

Bubble White

ASP Whitening Nail Paste


I could go on and on about the steps I took, and what was required, and yada yada - but I'm not. You wanna know why................because neither of these products did a damn thing!!! lol

Seriously, I did not even notice a "slight" change in color from either of these two products. The Bubble White, I wasn't really expecting much, but the ASP Whitening Nail Paste, that one I was. I expected more because it clearly says: Removes Stains from Dark Nail Polish.


And then to top it all off it has a before and after picture shown on the box, so needless to say my expectations were high.





Let's see how my nails turned out, shall we!!


LEFT HAND BEFORE


LEFT HAND AFTER ASP NAIL WHITENING PASTE

RIGHT HAND BEFORE

RIGHT HAND AFTER BUBBLE WHITE
What a disappointment!! Save your money folks, don't buy either of these products!
  • Have any of you all tried either of these products??
  • IF so, what were YOUR results?
  • Does anyone have a suggestion for a nail whitening treatment that you KNOW works?

7 comments:

Rai said...

Aw, that sucks.
But nope I don't know even nail whitening existed until your post. LOL

Pixie said...

I bought some paste to whiten the nails, but now I can't find it.

It sucks cause my nails look like little carrots, they're that orange lol.

Vanessa said...

Bummer it didn't work :(
I haven't tried any whiteners as of yet, but I am kind of curious about the Orly Nail Whitener... Anyone tried it?

Brooke said...

RAI - Yup! They exist, but your nails probably arn't as stained, so you probably never needed something like it before.

PIXIE - LOL at little carrots!! My bf made another comment last night about how come my nails were orange, lol. I told him to just shut up and take the pic, lol- j/k

VANESSA - I have not, and I haven't heard about it either. I wonder if it is at Sallys?

Vanessa said...

I have been looking at it at H2T.

Rachel said...

I, too, was enticed by the claims of the ASP whitener. And I was also just as disappointed! I don't know about you, but the one thing the ASP DID do was dry my nails out something terrible! After using it, I was so concerned about how dry and brittle my nails looked that I waited about two days before I painted them (Gasp, 48 hours with naked nails! You can imagine how torturous that was!!). I spent that whole time rubbing any kind of moisturizer I could find into my nails.

ASP, you get a big fat FAIL from me.

Brooke said...

RACHEL - Well that's two people disapointed with that product. I didn't notice that it dried mine out though, of course I painted right over them when i was done with the whitening test though.

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