Sephora Formula X Press Pods

You Only Get One Shot 24 Times With the New Sephora Formula X Press Pods Single-Use Nail Polish System

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Sephora Formula X Press Pods

Sephora Formula X Press Pods

The part of me that takes indecision to epic heights would have a field day with this set of 24 — yes 24! — single-use nail polishes.

That’s right, single use. As in one use each. That’s the idea behind the Sephora Formula X Press Pods set ($39 for 24 shades). You open a bottle, paint yo’ paws with it, and then ditch that one when you’re done.



“Why settle on one color when you can have 24? Meet the Press Pods — travel friendly, single-use manicure capsules — and play your way through a vast color spectrum with one tiny, groundbreaking innovation. The set includes a variety of polish-filled pods in a covetable collection of standout shades, including vibrant classics, elegant neutrals, and modern metallics. One capsule paints all 10 nails in two generous coats of superior lacquer. For a flawless manicure on-the-go, simply pop, press, and paint.”

sephora.com

Just think of the possibilities. You could be like, BOOM! I’m the Jack Bauer of the nail polish world, and I’m gonna paint my claws a new color every hour for an entire day!

Or, you could sit there, like I probably would, and vex over whether you should start with the colors you want to wear the most (life is short, why not?), or save the ones you want to wear the most for last.

Hmm…

I came this close to picking this up at Sephora yesterday, but I just couldn’t figure out where I’d start. Nail polish indecisiveness, #thestruggleisreal!!

The Sephora Formula X Press Pods are available now at Sephora stores and online at sephora.com.

Sephora Formula X Press Pods

Sephora Formula X Press Pods

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  1. Miki says:

    Yeah, I can’t tell if I like this concept or not…what if you want to do accents with colors in the kit? Then the number of manicures is even more limited. I think I might go for this if the price were a little lower.
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  2. Jennifer says:

    So we can spend 39 dollars on enough polish for 24 manni’s, or 11 bucks on a bottle that would get you enough to do probably 5 times that? The economics does not compute..

  3. The concept is quite interesting.. I would like to have more of a mix of shades, finishes and some holo nail paints too in the collection for varying moods… ;)
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  4. Divya says:

    The Sephora X nail colors are all the rage right now! That set is so indulgent!
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  5. Anita says:

    I like this, but it doesn’t sound very environmentally friendly…!

  6. Darlene says:

    I heard the application process is to difficult,the container is almost impossible to press to dispense the Polish. Pass…………

  7. Elena says:

    They look so cute! I saw them in store yesterday. Much smaller than I imagined. I would rather buy 1 or 2 bottles of polish I really loved though. Most of the reviews say application is very difficult and messy.

  8. Erin says:

    What an interesting idea!
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  9. Sylirael says:

    It’s cute, and great if you want to try a whole bunch of shades from their line without actually investing in a full size bottle, I guess, but…something about it just feels really wasteful! Like when Sunsweet sells individially wrapped prunes as snacks..no matter how much I might like dried fruit (and I think prunes get such a bad rap, LOL!), there is no way that it feels right to have them individually packaged in plastic…

    Did that even make sense? :-P
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  10. It’s a cool concept I guess. But I don’t think I’d buy this. Seems a bit wasteful.

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