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These Nail Polish Markers Are Heaven-Sent for Busy Women!
PHOTO BY Ciaté London/Instagram
  • Remember back in grade school, when you’d use your school supplies to paint your nails? Coloring them in with colored markers or liquid paper felt rebellious and cool—never mind if you had to remove them right away.

    Ciaté London is touching on that part of our childhood with their newest nail polish innovation: Mani Markers. As the name implies, they’re designed to look and work like the colored pens of our youth. They promise to give you a pretty paint job in an instant—on their website, Ciaté says it just takes three minutes!


    Currently, colors include Lady Luck, a fiery red; Beauty Queen, a bright pink; Vintage Vamp, a rich plum; Role Model, a deep indigo; and Thrill Seeker, a striking teal. Ciaté’s website seems to always not have it on stock (maybe it's that good?) though they seem to replenish regularly, according to the brand’s Instagram account.


    Here's how easy it is to apply:

    Each Mani Marker retails for $12 (P570)—definitely not cheap, considering it only has 8ml of product, as opposed to regular ones that contain around 14ml. So we did a little snooping to see if they’re actually worth it, and came across this review on YouTube:


    It's a little bit tricky to put on, sure, but it may still be easier than going the traditional route if you hardly have the time. If you do consider buying this, just make sure you keep it out of your children's reach. At that price, you don't want it to end up on your kid's artwork. 

    Would you consider buying these, or are you going to stick to traditional brush applicators and visits to the neighborhood salon? Let us know!

    This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

    * Minor edits have been made by the Smartparenting.com.ph editors.

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