Simply Nerdy Mom: Bo-Po Nail Polish Review + Giveaway

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Bo-Po Nail Polish Review + Giveaway


Bo-Po Stands for Brush On - Peel Off and is a line of nail polishes made for little girls that do exactly that! Many may not know this, but the popular 80's brand Tinkerbell first started the Bo-Po craze. I remember painting my nails specifically just to peel the paint off.  A new company took over and improved Bo-Po with new colors, improved drying time, and smoother peeling. Because it never needs polish remover, it's non-toxic, which means it's a lot safer. The bottles are even spill proof which is a great bonus!

Bo-Po polishes come in Solid and Tints. Bo-Po Tints are semi-transparent and create a cool effect over Bo-Po Solids or look great on their own!


We got a three pack with Grape Soda, Pinkie Swear Tint, and Cloudy Day.


My daughter chose the color Cloudy Day to paint her nails and as you can see, it's a very vibrant color. I really like the way it stands out and it went on smoothly. I really liked the application of this nail polish. There was no need for multiple coats either.


Unfortunately, I didn't get pictures of it, but the nail polish didn't really peel off like the picture shows. It shows the polish peeling off in one even layer. I didn't have this. When I had painted my nails just to test it out myself, I waited a full 60 seconds which is a lot longer than it takes for the polish to dry and it just flaked off my nails. It still came off super easy though, it was just a little messier than I had hoped. Of course, that's just my first time using it though. 

The scent of this polish isn't strong like regular nail polish. It doesn't smell terrific, but it's not as bad. It has sort of an acrylic paint scent to it. I think it would be really cool if the polishes came scented like grapes, bubble gum, and maybe blueberries as well as various other scents for the other colors. 

You can check out Bo-Po nail polish for yourself >> HERE


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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