(Balkan Webcam Model) Forget Expensive Manicures, Try Dazzle Dry At Home!

Tired of breaking the bank every time you need to get a manicure? Why not put the money back into your business and do your own nails with Dazzle Dry.

A great thing happened during Covid: I was forced to paint my nails myself. At the time it didn’t seem so great. In fact, it was a nightmare. My artistic abilities were pretty lousy and often I’d end up with nail polish all over my cuticles if not all over my hands. Beautiful! I’d then round out the experience by knocking over a bottle of nail remover and cursing like a sailor because it took the finish off my retro ’60s Danish beauty of a coffee table.

But… little by little, I got better, less clumsy, more patient, heck by the time we were a good few months into lockdown, my manicure almost looked professional. Except for one irritating thing. The polish, no matter how many base coats or top coats I’d try just slid off my nails or chipped all to hell. My digits looked beautiful for a maximum of two days and then I’d have to repaint them all over again. It was frustrating, I missed the days of salon Gel manicures which I certainly didn’t have the courage to try at home. Besides, I knew that Gel really wasn’t the best for your nails and I’m a bit of a natural hippie with regards to stuff I put on my body.

All this led me to the research and discovery of Dazzle Dry – or what I call the silver-lining of having to do your own Covid nails.

If you’re willing to stick it out and get good at doing your own manicure — and by the way I’m so good at it now that I’ve had manicurists ask who did my nails — you can skip the salon and use this amazing product. You’ll save so much money! I know I sound like an infomercial gushing over this stuff, but it really works. With Dazzle Dry I could keep my nails looking amazing for at least a week if not two weeks depending on how kind I was to them. On top of it, the system was actually good for my nails – non-yellowing, hypoallergenic, vegan and non-toxic (no formaldehyde, TPHP or nitrocellulose) – none of the horrific stuff in a regular nail polish that could have you waking up one morning to realize you’ve grown an extra head.

The system was developed by Vivian Valenty, a woman who has a doctorate in bio-organic chemistry back in 2007 — yeah she knows what she’s doing. Why did it take me so long to find this product? I have no idea, but Covid made me desperate, and I started searching online for reviews and best products out there for nails. Dazzle Dry came up time and again. It wasn’t cheap but I figured it would pay for itself (which it did) if it worked. I promptly ordered myself the whole set for $77 — which saves you $16.

The first time I used it I couldn’t believe how great it was. You have to follow the directions religiously – Nail Prep first – cleans your nails – then two base coats, two polish coats and finally one top coat. Here’s the clincher – each coat only takes five minutes to dry. Serious. With Dazzle Dry, you’ve got yourself a manicure in 25 minutes that lasts almost as long as Gels without the toxicity. Once you try it, you’ll never go back to the cheaper stuff and you’ll never need to pay for a manicure again.

One more suggestion, if you’re looking for a terrific remover, try Mineral Fusion. It skips the hazardous chemicals like acetone that dry out your nails and is the first non-toxic remover I’ve ever used that not only works but is CHEAP. You can get it on Amazon like everything else for even cheaper.

I highly suggest these products, they work! Of course, if you’re someone who just enjoys being pampered and likes to go to the salon, then all power to you. But for the rest of you who are looking for a way to cut down on business expenses, Dazzle Dry rocks!

Alyssa Collins hails from Minnesota, where snowy days were the perfect excuse to stay warm inside and write. Over the years, she turned that joy into a career and has authored numerous articles for various publications (under pen names). Email Alyssa via alyssa@ynot.com.

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