I need nail polish rehab.

Hi! I'm 21 years old from NJ. I'm an engineering major so to take my mind off the stress and workload I do my nails. There's a lot of stress... so I do my nails a lot. At least that's how I justify it to myself..
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Didn’t I just say that my debit card should be taken away?? Ugh. Well it wasn’t so obv I went shopping. 


I bought 11 new polishes, 4 containers of the Nail Polish Remover Pads, and a cuticle pen.

All of e.l.f.’s polishes are $2 and the remover pads are $1 each and the cuticle pen was also $1… How could I say no?! 

From left to right the colors are:

  • Matte (2 bottles … you know just in case I run out or they jack their prices or something…)
  • Copper
  • Chocolate
  • Smoky Brown
  • Nude
  • Fire Coral (more on the red side)
  • Mango Madness (orange-y)
  • Lilac
  • Mint Cream 
  • Teal Blue

I have used some of the polishes so far and they aren’t bad for $2. I think I need to use them a few more times before I really give my opinion though. 

The nail polish remover pads though are really great! They don’t smell like regular remover at all. They are citrus scented which is great if you are around people sensitive to the harsh smell of regular polish remover (a.k.a. my dad). I would suggest washing your hands after using the pads and before applying polish because they tend to leave your nails feeling almost oily. I’m sure its just the remover, but I felt like it would mess up my polish. 

e.l.f. cosmetics are sold at some targets, but the nail polish line (from my experience) is exclusively sold online. 

P.S. The polishes are a bit darker than what is shown online (which goes for most polishes). 

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