They're only a buck, why not.
I love the variety of colors and the included striping brush. The formula starts out nice but quickly turns goopy and thick. I was able to revive them a couple of times with nailpolish remover to thin them, but eventually I had to throw them out. I got pretty decent use out of them though, so worth the price. I kept the brushes to use as nail art brushes with my other polishes.
you get what you pay for.
Not worth $1 lOl. I used the only a few times before they started to clump... needless to say, ,they aren't even thin anymore. i had the hot pink color, a purple, and a gold.
Affordable and easy to use!
I have many of these. They come in a lot of colors. I like the long, thin blush. Makes it easy to do lines, pretty petals and much more. They last a long time and for only $1 they are so worth it.
great for the price
i love these , the brush makes it so easy to draw any kind of line . my only complaint would be that they get thick really fast . ive only tried the red glitter so it may be something that happens with the glitters , nothing some nail polish thinner cant fix ;)
I've borrowed the bright orange before, but I only own the green glitter. It's a beautiful, emerald green, super shiny. The only issue is the brush. I wouldn't recommend it for nail art - maybe tips. It's thin, but not thin enough for close work. Overall, however, I like the formula.
I love these things. I pick them up at my local dollar store for about $1 each. They work great, I wish the handle was a little shorter though. It's hard to be precise about it at first, but once you get the feel for the brush, you'll be creating some awesome designs! They also dry out pretty quickly, but just add a few drops of fingernail polish remover to it if that happens :]