Pretty problem
So you're out on the town with your perfect new pedi and are showing off your cute new kitten-heeled flip-flops when -- beauty crisis! -- you notice a chip in your otherwise perfect polish. And now that you've noticed it, it's glaringly obvious. And because you keep noticing it, you're just sure everyone else is staring at the one tiny imperfection.
Stop that catty internal chat: It's Wink Beauty to the rescue! They have introduced a brilliant concept. Perfectly portable mini nail repair kits.
Their Two 2 Tango Mini Nail Lacquer Kits ($14) are a mere 2 inches wide by 2 1/3 inches tall and packaged in a vintage-inspired matchbox. They come in two color combinations: Ready To Rhumba (aubergine and nude) and Hot Mamba (red and light pink). Each kit also comes with a mini emery board in case your nail emergency includes a snag or tear.
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