With Piggy Paint, of course! Melanie Hurley, founder of Piggy Paint, has developed a durable, practically odorless, water-based nail polish that dries super quick and is available in tons of sweet shades.
All of the Piggy Paint polishes are under $10 and there are even some cute sets already put together, packaged perfectly for birthdays and special occasions.
I happen to know two little girls who adore getting their nails painted- but even older children don't enjoy sitting still while getting dolled up. Since Piggy Paint dries so fast, it's ideal for all ages. Since it's water-based, it also removes from surfaces easily without damaging them or eating through fabrics or floors.
Another plus- it's safe to use during pregnancy, so even the moms can get in on some deliciously colored fingers and toes. And why not let your kid paint them? Dipping and painting develops fine motor skills and it will make them feel so accomplished and proud to see you wearing your Piggy Paint proudly! For more information, please visit Piggy Paint.
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