Colorbar No Fuss Emery Tipped Cuticle Stick Review - Indian Beauty Forever
Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Colorbar No Fuss Emery Tipped Cuticle Stick Review

Post By Priyanka
Colorbar No Fuss Emery Tipped Cuticle Stick 
Hey there!
I will review Colorbar No Fuss Emery Tipped Cuticle Stick today. I am sure many of you have oodles of impulse purchases stacked up someplace in your home. The cute teapot with cherry blossoms that looked oh-so-cute to your non-tea drinking self or even that pastel blue nail paint that looked great when swatched in the store but made your hands look like an Egyptian mummy’s cousin? :p
We all have made purchases out of a mere whim and then regretted that purchase dearly. Obviously the regret skyrockets if the product is a tad expensive. The product I am now going to review is one such travesty, read on to see how it fares practically.
Price: 225 INR

Colorbar No Fuss Emery Tipped Cuticle Stick

Claims: Whip out these little sticks for spiffy cuticles in a jiffy. The plain ends clean your nails while the colored tips do more than just look pretty. They're tipped with fine grit to push back cuticles and clear up unwanted skin for the neatest cuticles in town.
Fine quality wooden material allows for soft yet firm grip.
Dual tips allow for cleaning, pushing and clearing up and untidy cuticles.

 
My take on the product: I swear that I sometimes act like a dim witted bimbo, lured by pretty colours and claims that I don’t really need. These cuticle sticks are so darn pretty that I found myself falling for them desoite their exorbitant price tag and useless-ness (for me personally).

Colorbar No Fuss Emery Tipped Cuticle Stick


Colorbar No Fuss Emery Tipped Cuticle Stick

I have no cuticles as such, so a pretty orange stick that pushes them back is pretty unnecessary. But nevertheless, these do work brilliantly on my mom who does have cuticles but I would throw in a word of caution too, don’t be too coloured-fine-grit-tip happy as they can damage your nail bed. They scratched my nail bed when I got a bit too busy watching the TV instead of paying attention to my minimal cuticles. 
The orange stick part of this product is pretty useful, especially for nail art enthusiasts. It’s a perfect tool for water marbling, way superior to the tooth picks that I needed to resort to in the past.
But no matter how I may try to make my impulse purchase work for me, I know for a fact that these are pretty useless for me. Nevertheless, those with problematic cuticles may feel that this product is worth it’s hefty price tag. 

Colorbar No Fuss Emery Tipped Cuticle Stick

Colorbar No Fuss Emery Tipped Cuticle Stick

Pros of Colorbar No Fuss Emery Tipped Cuticle Stick
1. Multipurpose
2. Travel safe packaging
3. Snazzy
4. Functional
5. Versatile

Cons of Colorbar No Fuss Emery Tipped Cuticle Stick
1. Expensive
2. Might feel a bit harsh on the cuticles

Rating: 3 out of 5
 
Take: I don’t really have cuticles and if I choose to use these as orange sticks, they will last me a very long time. I recommend it to friends Only if they are nail art enthusiasts like me.
Niesha Jeenwal

I am Niesha, Editor of Indian Beauty Forever, a Science graduate turned Beauty Blogger from New Delhi who's blogging for more than 3.5 years and loves everything related to Makeup & Beauty.

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