I’ve been keeping a couple of packets of the Kracie Petit Moi Nail Color Remover sheets in my purse. You know, for nailmergencies like when your polish is shrinking and there’s 1/4-inch of nail showing between your cuticle and the polish.
I had used this product successfully several months ago. The sheet was soaked with enough remover for both hands and didn’t dry out my nails. So when a nailmergency popped up today, I didn’t hesitate to break open a packet.
But–shock, horror–the sheet was DRY. No exaggeration, completely bone dry.
I opened up a second packet and it was wet but not as wet as I remembered. I hoped for the best and started rubbing the sheet against my nails. Fail. It removed the polish from like 3.8 fingers. The polish isn’t even one of those hard-to-remove glitter polishes. So now I have to make a trip to the drugstore for polish remover that, oh you know, actually removes polish.
Bottom line: don’t buy these. Not only are they unreliable, they were expensive: about $5 ($1 per sheet), as I said in my haul post. They’re available online for much cheaper, but what’s the point if they don’t work?