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Cyprustech – 10x Pink Manicure Finger Nail Art Design Tips Cover Polish Shield Protector Clip – Japan New Hot

The pink color is very pretty, can highlight your nails well. Each piece of Nail Protector Cover fits over a finger tip to shield it against the various threats to drying nail enamel. Novelty design and light plastic material construction make it more comfortable to wear them on your finger nails. Nail Plastic Shield fits for every finger from thumb to little finger because they are adjustable. It is very cute nail polish protecter, making you get beautiful artificial nails and no worry smudge

Key features

  • 100% Brand New
  • Color : Pink
  • Material: plastic
  • Quantity: 10 pcs
  • size: app 5.4 x 2.2 cm

Honest reviews

★★★★★

Good Product

I actually really like this. I feel that it protects my nails quite a bit, and really acts as a reminder to myself that I recently painted my nails, Sometimes I wonder if my nails will accidentally bump the cover though– nothing so far. Some of the covers were a little joggly and had to be positons so they didn’t lean more toward the left or right. Otherwise it’s a great product!

Lilian Hematite, MO
★★★★★

Amazing

Love these bought them not really thinking they would work but would be worth a try and they are worth every penny love them absolute nail saver u can actually use the bathroom while your nails are drying amazing

Tiffany Bladensburg, MD
★★★★★

junk junk junk

made like crap.. they don’t hold any kind of shape to the finger and rub against the polish themselves !!

Kerry Roseglen, ND
★★★★★

too cute

these little clippy nail guard thingys work very well and they are too cute. my mom and little goddaughter absolutely love them ^_^

Jodi Big Wells, TX
★★★★★

They don’t stay on.

I should have known better than to buy these. They don’t stay on. They move, so it actually messes up fresh nail polish.

Jodie Concord, MA
★★★★★

Do the trick!

They work pretty well, but they are hard to get on the bigger fingers. It did help me not to smudge my nails when they are wet.

Kris Goodridge, MN