Attention all glitter nailpolish fans! Our prayers have been answered. We finally have a peel off Glitter nail polish base coat in India. Bless you YLG Salon for introducing one. We can safely wear glitter nailpolish again without worrying about the aftermath that follows while removing it. My remover dipped cotton ball literally used to shred when I removed those stubborn glitter polishes. Even though I used THIS method for removing glitter, it was still cumbersome and time consuming.
So I stumbled upon this peel off base coat on Amazon and I immediately added to cart.
Price: Rs 299 for 9 ml
YLG Peel Off Base coat review
YLG Peel off base coat comes in square packaging housed in a white cardboard box. There is a mini leaflet inside containing all the necessary details. The brush is short but ok. The consistency is runny. It smells weirdly of fevicol glue. But it does its job pretty well! I apply two coats and allow each coat to dry completely. Since this is water soluble, make sure your hands are completely dry before you apply. Also, do not wet your hands after you apply this base coat, i.e. before applying glitter nailpolish as the base coat will start to remove. YLG Peel off base coat applies milky white, but turns transparent when dry.
For removal, just grab the glittery nailpolish from the base of nail and start peeling.
Now coming to the cons part, I feel with the peel off base coat on, the glitter nailpolishes don’t stay as long as they do without this base coat. The nailpolish starts to peel on its own in 2-3 days only (especially around tip/base). Also, if you do a bit of cooking at home, I DO NOT recommend this base coat. Once I was kneading the dough and I could see the glitter nailpolish from all my fingers sliding into the dough
But other than that, I think this is a great base coat and makes removal of glitter nailpolish a dream.
Overall, YLG Peel Off base coat for glitter nailpolish is a saviour for all glitter polish lovers. It makes the removal of glitter polish a dream. YLG Peel off base coat is milky white in color with fevicol glue type smell. It applies white but dries transparent. The removal part is incredibly easy. However, I feel the wear time for nailpolish reduces when applied using this base coat. Also, make sure not to do any cooking (especially kneading) with this base coat on as the glitter nailpolish will slide off and knead into the dough. Ugh!