One day while we were painting nails over a foam plate, my daughter dropped a glob of her solvent-based polish onto the plate. Shortly after, the paint began to bubble and “ate” through the plate. I looked in dismay at the hole in the plate and decided to test all of her other “kid” polishes on the foam. Within minutes, ALL of the solvent-based polishes began to bubble and eventually left big holes in the plate.My quest was on, and Piggy Paint was born. As you may have guessed, our polish is NOT flammable and sits beautifully on the unaffected foam. We hope you enjoy this water-based polish that is specially formulated of natural ingredients.
We’ve been looking for non-toxic paint to use on our youngest and haven’t been able to find anything that we have trusted enough. When we were looking up kids nail polish online, we stumbled across Piggy Paint and thought we should give it a try. From the company, we received three colors (LOL, Sea-quin, and It’s a Girl Thing), nail polish remover gel, primer + sealer, and a shine topcoat. Only the LOL and Sea-quin are the only Piggy Paint products we received. The other products are from their other line, SOPHi. SOPHi is the line for adults that Piggy Paint came up with so women didn’t have to worry about the toxins in other nail polishes, they are all eco- friendly nail polishes.
First we used the pink on her little toes to see how it would work and we have to admit, it was adorable. Though it was a pain putting the polish on her ticklish little toes, it turned out very well. Wherever we went where people saw her feet, they would compliment it on how cute it was. After a while, we took the pink off of her toes and my oldest daughter put the blue on her. It was quite funny to see how much she struggled to get it on her but she eventually did. We even tried the SOPHi on our own toes and it went on so much easier than our normal nail polish. We know where to get our polish now that we have tried Piggy Paint.
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