Posted in Beauty, Holiday Gift Guide

Spray Perfect Makes a Great Stocking Stuffer This Holiday Season


As many of you know we have all daughters, so things like makeup and nail polish are always popular gifts in our home during the holidays.  I recently found this really cool product called Spray Perfect.  I had never heard of this but it looked super cool so we decided to try it.  With Spray Perfect you can spray on your nail polish!  It’s supposed to be faster and easier.


So the first step is to put on your base coat (the include a top/base coat so that is nice).  Then hold the can so you can get an even coat and spray it onto the nails.  Make sure to do this with something under your hand to catch any excess spray.  Allow this to dry, then put on your top coat. Once it’s all dry just wash your hands and wash away any extra polish on your fingers.  It stays on your nails but washes away from your skin.


I was really surprised at how fast and easy it was. As you can see it did leave a bit around the edges of my nail that I had to go back and spend some time getting off but other then that it worked really well.  Cute and easy.  My daughters loved it too.

Spray Perfect makes great stocking stuffers this holiday season.  Simply put a bottle or two in the stockings and gift some beautiful nails this holiday season!

You can find out more on the Spray Perfect Website.

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