I think I did something silly. I accepted this 6-in-1 manicure tool to do a product review, but how do you review something that is so obviously useful? The tool does it’s job and does it well. I don’t have a witty story to go with this positive review. In fact, I don’t have any story, unless you consider me opening the package, testing it out, nodding at the positive turn out and then putting it into my purse to be used when I break or chip a nail away from home.
I know the footnote underneath each product review declares, “If I am sent something… boring I don’t write about it,” but it’s not the fault of the clippers, that my review is boring. Which is why I chose to write about it anyway…
The clippers are high in quality and ready to take on powerful toe nails. Attached to the belly of the nail clippers are the rest of the accessories needed for a good on-the-road manicure. Popping out Swiss style, the nail file is tiny, but tough with a buffer on the other side. Below the file is a nail brush. Below the brush is an angled plastic stick to push down your cuticles that can be pulled out and turned around to reveal a cleaning stick.
I find this tool particularly useful because my nails are prone to breakage. (Just like my hair, my nails are sad and weak – I think I need to eat better.) Chipped and broken nails are annoying and unattractive, but for me they are also a work hazard. When I am with clients or on a shoot, the moment I realize I have a nail mishap, I fix it immediately to prevent snagging delicate fabrics like silk. I must protect the clothing! Both my tiny client kit, that rests in my everyday purse, and my large commercial kit, which is a large purse, have an individual nail file and nail clippers, but the nail file is overzealous in size, and the two are never in the same place at the same time. This 6-in-1 manicure multitool is far more efficient. You can get one at CVS.
Wait… I think I just turned these fabulous clippers into a story. Albeit, not a great one, but a story nonetheless!
My product reviews are my honest and personal opinion. I never accept payment for product reviews although I am given the sample to keep. If I am sent something that is unimpressive or boring I don’t write about it.