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Let's Get Mani-wise: Mani Bombs

Hey everyone!

I recently took to my FB page to ask people to help me come up with a name for a little series that I want to start posting time to time, and my rad friend Kimber came up with this name, and I like it, so I will use it! Thanks again Kimber!

Anyways, what I want to talk about in this 'series' are things that I do/use to make my manis even... MORE. Does that make sense? Well, hopefully it sort of does. I am bad at explaining things at times.

Today I want to talk about mani bombs. You have probably seen them around the netz, and that is great! Maybe you have not purchased any yet as they seem confusing? Or maybe you don't 'get them' - understandable!

At first, I figured I didn't need these - I didn't see the point (besides the really rad fizzy activity!), but then I did some research. Did you know that these little bad boys are filled with oils that actually do amazing things for your mitts? Plus, you get to soak your hands in warm water for 5-15 mins.. not really doing anything, and taking in the amazing smells? Then afterwards, you just rub in all the oils and just veg for an additional 30 mins. Umm.. sign me up!

You can take to etsy and search them up - you will probably find a wealth. You really cannot go wrong. I will list two Canadian sellers that I have personally purchased from, and will continue doing so! Cuter Cuticles & Soak It!  (side note: these gals have many rad products listed that I would highly recommend and will chat about at other times - but you cannot make a bad purchase, I promise!)

Or maybe you want to try these gems out, but would rather have more control? You can make your own - want to learn how? Click HERE.

For the photos in this post, I am using a Treasure Mani Bomb from Cuter Cuticles.. umm.. what?! YEAH! Besides getting all the goodness out of using this bomb, you also get a little treasure. Be still my heart!


Love this! I am trying to do a mani bomb every time I do polish removal, but that almost seems too luxurious, so I am doing at least once a week, if not twice. And that ring? Adorbs!

I will be posting about that many a bit later - but for now, enjoy the teaser pic!

Thanks for scoping out this post, see you again soon!

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