Piggy Paint Review

Disclaimer: I was given the products in this post for the purpose of a review. I was not paid in any way to write this review. All opinions are my own. 

I like to think of myself as a girly girl at times, at least the times when I'm not fighting with my brothers. Those times I think of myself the total tomboy. Well, when I'm not a tomboy I like wearing sandals and skirts and dresses and I love it when mommy and my big sister get their toes done. I've been wanting to get my toes done as well but the polishes mommy and big sis use aren't the best for me so one-day mommy decided to check around looking for little ones like me and guess what? She found this. Piggy Paints. 


I love that it stated that it was natural like mud. Now, who doesn't like natural? I know I do! Mommy is into the natural and organics stuff for me for my inside so why not for my outside as well. 


Mommy and I decided why not do my toes and guess what I got to choose my own color. There were was quite a variety but I finally decided on a very light pink. The instructions state that I needed to apply 2-3 coats but you know what mommy only used 1 and it came out looking really good and we didn't use the blow dryer as they suggested either and it dried pretty quickly with a really nice finish.


I was rather skeptical about the low odor because what nail polish doesn't have an odor? You know what? They were right! There was very little odor, I could barely smell it so it didn't bother me at all. 


Do you see how pretty my toes look and yes that is only one coat? You really don't need 2 and I've had it on for about a week now. It does not wash off with water but Piggy Pain offers an eco-friendly, low odor nail polish remover as well. All made in the USA!

So if you're looking for an all natural, non-toxic, water-based, low odor and hypoallergenic polish for your little one's piggies don't look any further. With so many colors to choose from you will surely find a color you love. Trust Piggy Paint with your little one's piggies. And not just your little one, it can be used on the grownup piggies as well. 


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