Kid friendly, natural, non toxic and odorless nail polish. Their motto is Natural as Mud & made up of about 75% water.
Features of Piggy Paint toe & fingernail polish
- Non-toxic & virtually odorless
- Advanced, water-based formula
- Cruelty-free & Vegan
- Dries hard & doesn't wash off
How to apply Piggy Paint
- Clean nails with soap and water
- Apply a 2- 3 thin coats
- Use a hair dryer for 1 minute to speed up the hardening process
How to remove Piggy Paint
If the polish is 1-3 days old, it can be removed with rubbing alcohol
After the 4th day it is recommended to use Piggy Paint Nail Polish Remover which is formulated for Piggy Paint polish
When is it safe to start using Piggy Paint on children?
Piggy Paint Nail polish is sale for all ages. It is safe to paint baby or toddler's little piggies. It is also safe to use during pregnancy.
Does Piggy Pair wear the same as traditional polish?
Typically, Piggy Paint wears a couple days shy of solvent-based polished when applied as directed.
How do I achieve maximum chip resistance?
It is recommended to use a blow dryer on polished nails for 1 minutes with a hair dryer set on a warm heat setting. You don't have to use a blow dryer, it just speeds up the ultimate hardness.
What should be done if there is separation in the nail polish?
Although separation is very minor, occasionally a light ring of colour will appear at the top of the botte. Simply shake the bottle to mix the polish.
What is the shelf life of Piggy Paint?
It has a shelf life of several years. If it happens to thicken, just add a drop of water to the bottle and give it a shake.
Size: 15 ml (.5 fl. oz) glass bottle
Country of manufacture: United States