The only thing that could possibly make Sephora Stimulating Lavender Cuticle Oil pens ($12) better would be if you could buy them at bulk prices in packs.
I know I’ve mentioned it before, but this pen’s the frickin’ bomb-dot-com, particularly if your cuticles look like Snooki after a long night at da club…
Still lovin’ ya, Snickers!
Twisting the bottom soaks the brush tip with moisturizing oil. Then just brush onto dry cuticles. Simple but effective.
I picked one up at Sephora’s Friends & Family sale, and my only regret is that I didn’t get more.
This Stimulating Lavender version is one of three flavors. Last year’s was called Nourishing Cuticle Oil (there’s also Healing Eucalyptus). This one works the same as that one but has a lavender scent.
Speaking of pens, what’s your favorite kind to write with? I’m a Pentel R.S.V.P. Fine Tip girl, myself.
This thing has become a habit for me. It sits next to me on my desk, and I reach for it often throughout the day. Give it a try, and before long your cuticles will be softer than light rock on the easy listening station.
AVAILABILITY: At Sephora stores and online
MAKEUP AND BEAUTY BLOG RATING: A
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,