Piggy Paint Review

Piggy Paint is a natural, eco-friendly nail polish designed for fancy girls. Its non-toxic, hypoallergenic formula makes it safe to use on all piggies.

Piggy Paint dries to a hard, durable finish that can easily be removed with our eco-friendly, low odor Piggy Paint nail polish remover.  Both are made in the USA!

Available in an assortment of gift sets perfect for Holidays and other special occasions. Say good-bye to harsh, smelly chemicals and hello to Piggy Paint…it’s as Natural as Mud®!

 Alexandria and Cheyenne were allowed to pick 3 colors of Piggy Paints to review. This was easy for Alexandria because her favorite color is pink, but a much harder task for Cheyenne since she loved all of the fun and bright colors and had so many to choose from. Alexandria picked LOL, Cheyenne picked Solar Power and both girls agreed on a color that is named after their favorite food, Mac-N-Cheese Please!

LOL is a very bright and pretty Neon Magenta Nail Polish.

 Solar Power is a Super bright Neon Yellow Nail Polish. Solar Power looked great on Cheyenne especially with her tan!

Mac-N-Cheese Please is a Vibrant Pumpkin Orange Nail Polish. Perfect for fall and Halloween coming up!

What are Piggy Paints made with?

Piggy Paints are made with all KID SAFE INGREDIENTS! Water, acrylates copolymer, butoxy diglycol, Neolone 950. May contain mica, red 34 lake, ultramarines, titanium dioxide, iron oxide pigments.

How do I use Piggy Paints with my kids?

Its super simple! Always remember to wash hands with soap and water. This removes the dirt and oils from the nails and make applying the nail polish even easier! Apply 2 -3 thin coats of Piggy Paint letting the polish air dry 60 seconds between coats. For best results but not required you can blow dry polished nails for 1 minute with hair dryer set on warm heat/low blower setting. This helps harden the polish for a longer last.

(Please remember to always monitor your children when using nail polish of any kind. You wouldn’t want any messes or spills to clean up.)

Why does Mommy and Baby Reviews LOVE Piggy Paints?

Thats simple! We love Piggy Paints because they are NON-TOXIC and have a very low odor. This means no headaches and no harmful fumes to worry about the kiddos inhaling. Piggy Paints are Water based not Chemical based so I know it is safe for the kids to their hands in their mouths and not worry about the polish coming off. All Piggy Paints are Hypoallergenic!! Any one can use them!! Piggy Paints dries to a hard and durable finish that lasts. One of the best reasons Mommy and Baby Reviews LOVES Piggy Paints is because it is Safe for use during Pregnancy!

(A special thank you to Piggy Paints for sending Mommy and Baby Reviews the product to review free of charge. All opinions stated in our review are our own truthfully opinion and were not influence by the sponsor or from getting the review product free of charge. We were in no way compensated for our review or opinion. Mommy and Baby Reviews only recommends products and services that we feel are a good fit for our readers.)

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12 comments for “Piggy Paint Review

  1. Junetta
    August 22, 2012 at 10:41 am

    Those are FUN! I love that idea- low fumes- so even kids with severe allergies and asthma can use it, and kids with sensitive skin- right up my ally! thanks so much!

  2. August 22, 2012 at 10:47 am

    What pretty colors, the girls look so cute with their nails done. My girls would love Piggy Paint!

  3. August 22, 2012 at 10:51 am

    So much fun! I need to borrow a girl so I can do this girly stuff. Great review. I want some. My son doesn’t let me do his nails anymore after he had sparkles on his pinky for 3 weeks. :)

  4. Jessie
    August 22, 2012 at 11:34 am

    Love the colors :) and the non toxic part :)

  5. August 22, 2012 at 12:36 pm

    I love that it’s both non-toxic and mommies can use it when they are pregnant! :) I would wear LOL, love bright pink!

  6. August 24, 2012 at 10:51 am

    Love the colors!

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