• NYC Strip Me Off Base Coat
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NYC Strip Me Off Base Coat Reviews

4.5/5
84% OF CHICKS DIG IT
6 reviews
Ranked #431 out of 1413 in Nail Polish

4/5
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Recommended? You Betcha!
March 10, 2016


I gotta say I was avoiding glitter polishes (even though I love them!) simply because my nails were getting pretty torn up from removal. When I heard about this product I knew I had to give it a try! It works great, especially for the price! My only issue is I can't resist peeling the polish off before I should but I guess it's okay since then I can try a new colour of sparkley stuff!

5/5
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Recommended? You Betcha!
October 29, 2015


I bought this after watching this Youtube videos of people doing nail designs. I seen them put the Polish on the outside of their nails for an easy clean up after painting them. I figured I would try it out, it was cheap so I bought it, I like how the clean up is easy especially with the opposite hand I write with, always a mess. I know you use it as a base coat but it works well and I don't feel like redoing my nails. But it is a good product.



4.5/5
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Recommended? You Betcha!
March 31, 2015


I've just tried this after buying it this afternoon, and have not let the polish sit very long but applied a coat of the strip me off and a coat of maybelline color shot polka dot polish, and it just came off with the push of my thumb nail. true, I didn't see how long it would last and might have been not quite set, but no fussing with remover and trying to get the dots off the nail even using a traditional top coat. Because I don't tend to want polish on my fingernails much longer than a party this may be very helpful with removal. And you can't beat the price at $1.99.

Updated On: April 02, 2015

I put a coat of the Strip Me Off, 2 coats of the Polka Dot Polish and a top coat on my nails yesterday, when to a party and then peeled everything off this a.m. What a difference, in the past I'd be taking this Polka Dot polish off when nail varnish remover and then still have to scrape off the dots with a cuticle tool because even with a base coat the little dots stuck hard to my nail. This means I can probably wear polish on fingernails without worrying about removal. I'm impressed. Next we'll try glitter polish.

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Recommended? Fugheddaboutit!
March 24, 2015


These lasted maybe 2 days the first night the thumb started to peel!
They were akward to apply too

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Recommended? You Betcha!
March 24, 2015


I use my hands a lot around the house and my right thumb nail started peeling after just one night. When I opened a package, half of it peeled off. Knowing that I had to work the next day, I could not deal with the one peeled off nail so I decided to take them all off after 36 hours. I think if you are really careful, your polish will last a few days, but on me I really can’t see it going past 4 days. As for how easily my polish was able to come off? Oh, it’s a super easy process and oddly enjoyable! Glitter polish is a breeze to remove and base coats like this tempt me to hold massive swatch-a-thons, but I enjoy nail polish way too much to only have it only my nails for a few minutes. All in all, this base coat is well worth the money, but don’t think you’ll get a week of wear out of your polish. Instead, you are more or less sacrificing wear time for ease of removal.

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Recommended? You Betcha!
March 09, 2015


Amazing and effective way to remove glitter or even just regular nail polish! Retails for under $2!! Works with a topcoat too, actually works better with a top coat so I had no major issues with chipping! Polish peels off with no damage to your nails. Works best if you use a thick but even coat, let completely dry prior to polish.

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