Tuesday, June 7, 2011

[Review] Revlon Crazy Shine + One To Give Away

Yeah, I know it looks all crappy looking -- my little sister just got done using it before me.
I got this nail buffer from Ulta last month for about $1-something (after coupon). It's usually priced around $3-something at Ulta but I saw it at Target the other day for around $2.99.

The back side of the nail buffer is a light murky green color. It's supposed to help smooth out any roughness on your nail.

After using the green side you would use the white side to polish your nail. Here's a before and after picture:


As you can see it really does make your nail "shine." Revlon claims that it'll be 400% shinier but I don't know about that. Then again, how are we even supposed to measure that?! The shine is supposed to last 3 days but I find that it last a little longer than that like 4-5 days.

Overall, I really like this nail buffer. I like it so much more than the four-step nail buffer from Sephora. The way the Revlon nail buffer is shaped it really gets into the corners of your nails really well. I know with the four-step buffer it's a rectangular shaped so it was harder for me to get to the corners of the nail. Plus, the Revlon Crazy Shine nail buffer is very inexpensive.

Because I love this nail buffer oh so much I decided to pick up another one for one of you! I'm having a "feel good about yourself" kind of day so leave a comment telling me what you like about yourself (it can be something non-physical) or you can tell me about your summer plans -- you can also leave me a comment telling me both as well!

By the way, as a little side rant -- it's so hot here! It's like warm weather plus crazy humidity. I dread going outside because I feel so sticky after I come back in. =(

**Open worldwide but keep in mind that it'll be sent first class so it could take weeks to get to you. One entry per person. You must be a follower. Giveaway opened until June 19th, 2011 - 11:59 CST. Winner will be randomly drawn.**

5 comments:

  1. My favorite physical feature would be my skin :P I never really had any severe acne problems- I would say that I really only had a few pimples in 7th grade but that was it...from then on my skin has been relatively blemish free, so I feel very lucky and blessed to have such great skin without really doing anything for it!

    As for summer plans, I think my mom wants to plan a family vacation but that will have to wait...because for now I have to deal with college visits, summer school, finding a job, summer homework, and etc. :( But I look forward to spending more time with my family and friends! :)

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  2. Hm, I think my favorite physical feature is my eyes. When I was younger I always wanted double-eyelid surgery but now that I am older and I actually see great tutorials for eyes like mine, I like the fact that they are kind of distinct.

    No real summer plans yet! Some friends will be visiting so I'll be spending some time with them but you can't get better weather than southern CA!

    BTW, I like the shape of your nails!

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  3. I know this is a bit weird, but I like my ears. x] They're so small and dinky.. oh and my ear lobes are so soft. hahaha!

    Summer = summer school. it sucksss! hahahaha!

    Thanks for the giveaway! :]

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  4. As much as I always complain about my eyes being small with hidden folds, I do think they're attractive in their own way. They may be a bit small, but at least I can see! Haha.

    Just graduated. No more summers! All I got is job-searching.

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  5. One thing I really like about myself is that I love to bake! And my love for everything beauty :)

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Ana
    techiespidergurl(at)gmail(dot)com

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