Sula Paint & Peel in Watermelon

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Sula Paint & Peel Polish in Watermelon ($9). The bottle says:

Apply two-to-three coats to clean, naked nails. Avoid contact with hot water for four hours. For long-lasting color, apply Sula’s Lasting Love Top Coat. Peel off when desired. No polish remover required!

I think the concept is kinda interesting. Have you tried any of these polishes?



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  1. Ashley says:

    I’ve tried these, they’re alright. I use to have this Minnie Mouse paint & peel polish as a kid in HOOOOT PINK. All I would ever do is paint it on & peel it off right after! It was fun but these Sula ones don’t peel as easily (good thing for us adults!). These ones also dry out the nail a tinge bit.

  2. Amber says:

    I remember the paint & peel nail polish my sister and I shared when we were little! Can’t remember which cartoon was on it…I want to say maybe Tinkerbell. I believe it was mauve.
    .-= Amber’s last blog post… Balcony scene =-.

  3. Ida says:

    I have tried these and was very disappointed. Perhaps I just got a bad (or old) one but the texture was quite thick and gloppy and the resulting mani was just awful. I peeled it off right away. : (

  4. Rae says:

    !!!!!!!! *squeals*

    Many years ago, my first polish was a scented pink peel-off 😉 Ah, the memories!!
    .-= Rae’s last blog post… EOTD- Violet and Pink- for double lids =-.

  5. Trisha says:

    Peel off? That’s pretty awesome, although I would think that it was come off easier when you don’t want it to.

    Also, that color is great. I like how it’s called Watermelon. It reminds me of watermelon-flavored taffy candy.

    And now I want candy.
    .-= Trisha’s last blog post… 5 Beautiful Ways to Make it to the Second Date =-.

  6. Bekaloves says:

    Noooooo don’t do it….lol. Seriously I’ve had horrible luck with these, they never lasted more than a few hours (til something touches your nail!). I even tried the top coat they sell with no luck 🙁
    I have to say though – the “peel off” part was easy.

    I’d give these a thumb down but that’s just me 🙂
    .-= Bekaloves’s last blog post… How I organize my nail polishes! =-.

  7. Shannon says:

    Hey, I’ve seen these! In a cute little boutique in Seattle. The colors weren’t too intriguing to me, and the butter london display was right next to te Sula one. So I gota little distracted 🙂 I’d love to read a review, though!

  8. amy says:

    I have a few of these by Sula, they last about two hours on me. The colour also comes out darker than the bottle shade.
    .-= amy’s last blog post… A Jasmine Romance with The Body Shop Neroli Jasmine eau de Toilette =-.

  9. Julie says:

    They are awful. I used them with the topcoat and they still started peeling off within an hour.

  10. Cheng says:

    I’ve tried these, and I also don’t recommend it. The concept is great, but the peeling function works a little too well. No matter how much time I put between putting the polish on and sleeping, I always end up with mushed tips in the morning because it never really dries thoroughly enough.

  11. Citrine says:

    I have tried a few of these at Anthropologie, they smell so nice! (But the price…but I still like the idea though since polish remover usually makes my nail dull…)
    .-= Citrine’s last blog post… Revlon Super Lustrous Lip Gloss in Firecracker =-.

  12. Kirsty says:

    I found they were super streaky and uneven – and it didn’t matter if it was 1 coat or 3. I gave them to my 7 year old/

  13. Alexandra says:

    A few years ago i brought some L’oreal peel off polishes from a cheap shop. They were ok.
    Mind you i chip my polish really easy,must be too hard on my hands.

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