Thursday, May 17, 2012


303 Puppytooth is the name of the Pedicure Salon Effects Real Nail Poilish Strips I used today. I have never used Salon Effects or any of the other nail appliques out there. This being my first time I read the directions several times before I began. I didn't want to mess these up, LOL. More on that later :-(

With each package of Salon Effects you will receive a small directions pamphlet, I small file/buffer and a wooden stick to push back cuticles. I won't give you the step by step instructions because it'll be included in the package. BUT I will say please remember to remove the clear plastic cover on the front AND the backing from the strip. I totally was doing it wrong for two nails and then I re-read the directions. Silly me. 

Once I started doing it the correct way everything went smoothly. I can honestly say I love this pedicure. I really think this is going to be a staple for me. I will find more of the Pedicure Salon Effects and use these throughout the summer, especially during my summer vacation! I don't change my toe nails as often as my fingers nails.Since this should last 14 days, I should be a happy camper!

I don't usually show my feet on here, but for this purpose I will post one picture.

You should be able to find these at you local drug store! Like Sally Hansen on Facebook for up to date information.

Thanks for reading

(*Pedicure Salon Effects was sent to me for review by the PR rep. All opinions are my own and I was not paid for this review.)


  1. Love this idea. I'm gonna look for these on my next trip to CVS. And I love the way they look with your blue Dreamys!

  2. Love these!! Thanks. I couldn't just put my feet on here without some cute shoes!!

  3. I use these a lot too! Remember to seal them with a strong top coat so they'll last longer! I use the Sally Hansen Diamond Strength one. :D

    1. I was wondering if I should've done that. Nice tip!! Thanks.

  4. Love these! This was the first pattern i ever used as well... now i think ive used them all (except for the solids) Ive never even used the "pedicure" ones though. Have always used the reg. ones on my toes...wonder what the difference is.