Your little lady will squeal with joy to pretty herself up with Piggy Paint's Nail Polish. Specially formulated with all-natural ingredients, this one-of-a-kind nail polish has a low odor and is free of toxic chemicals, making it safe for your little one. As natural as mud and as vibrant as your little lady, Piggy Paint is natural, pretty and the perfect free-time fun for you and your little one.
Not only can this beauty accessory be used as a fun, playtime activity, but also a learning tool! Whether you’re teaching your little lady her color names, patterns or simply improving her fine motor skills, Piggy Paint provides the perfect opportunity for fun learning!
- All-natural ingredients
- Free of toxic chemicals
- Low odor
- Water-based formula
- Safe for use during pregnancy
- Fun, vibrant colors
- Dries to a hard, durable finish
- Wash hands with soap and water.
- Apply 2 -3 thin coats of Piggy Paint™.
- Air dry 60 seconds.
- Blow dry polished nails for 1 minute with hair dryer set on warm heat/low blower setting.
I enjoy piggy Paint very much. My daughter (almost 3) really enjoys me using the hair dryer on her nails when we are done. The Rubbing alcohol works to keep the pain on the toe nails longer. The colors are Lovely. Thank you for a great product.
I will have to try prepping our nails with rubbing alcohol because it is our first time using piggy paint and it is chipping very badly not even 24 hours after application. We followed the directions and used the blow dryer and painted them before going to sleep last night. The colors are Lovely. It does not smell strong like other nail polish. We will keep trying. If we can get it so it won't chip off so bad I will be buying more.
We LOVE Piggy Paint! If you prep your own nails well with either rubbing alcohol or something else to remove the oils your polish will set really nicely. Mine lasts about 2 weeks when prepped. For my daughter, who I do not prep, it only lasts a few days, but since it is a cute novelty to paint them we don't mind. Who doesn't love pink piggies?