Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Peel Off Nails are BACK! (Apparently!)

Topshop have decided to take us all back to our pre-teens with the launch of their new peel-off nail polish collection. The four shades of peel-off polish include a Navy, Lilac, Cobalt, and this bright pink.
It feels a little more rubbery than conventional polish, both during application and when dry. You can definitely tell by the finish that it's not a normal polish, and it feels kind of sticky even when dry. 
In terms of removal, it couldn't be easier. Each nail peels off in one piece. This might be one for those girls who like to change their nail colour on a daily basis... but for me? I just don't 'get' it. I'm really not a fan of the look or feel of this polish on my nails, nor the concept in general really.
What do you think about peel-off nail polish? A huge time saver, or should it be reserved for the kids? If you fancy giving these a try, you can pick them up from Topshop now, for £6 each.

134 comments:

  1. Interesting concept but I don't think I'll be picking these up anytime soon!

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  2. I agree with you I don't like these either,I don't understand them at all.

    http://mrsbeautyjunkie83.blogspot.co.uk/

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  3. I've never tried any kind of peel off polish, do they dent easier?
    Might be convenient for travelling!

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  4. I suppose if these were glitter nail varnishes it would make the arduous task of getting glitter nail varnishes off a lot easier, maybe that's where they should go from here? :/ Though I currently can't see the appeal either!

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    1. Yeah I agree, glitter polish is where they should be using this, but not a plain polish :)

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  5. I agree, I think it's a bit of a strange idea. Don't think I'll be picking these ones up- I don't really understand the point.

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  6. It just reminds me of those crappy nail varnishes I used to have when I was little that chipped and came off whole in about 1 hour!! I guess it is handy for people who like to match nails with their daily outfits, but I still think it would be so easy for them to peel off during the day! Don't think they're my cup of tea but it is an interesting idea! :)
    xxx
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  7. I'm actually very tempted as but the texture sounds a concern :( xx

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  8. do you think peeling the colour off damages them at all?

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  9. I Guess its a good idea, but I actually cringe if I try and peel of my nail varnish so I will be giving this one a miss. x

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  10. I don't get it either... people are usually most interested in making their nail polish last as long as possible so I'd worry than the peel-ability would make them chip/peel easily...not my kind of thing to be honest! xx

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  11. I don't get them either, surely they chip quicker? I thought the idea of nail varnish was to make it last the longest possible without peeling. And it's easier to wipe away the nail varnish onto one cotton pad than to have bits of nail varnish peel to throw away. definitely cute ideas for kids though!

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  12. Hm I kind of like the idea of being able to take them off so easily, but I don't really like the way they look.

    Interesting though!

    Becca x
    beccaclare.blogspot.com

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  13. How many layers have you got on above? I've read these apply pretty sheer.

    Ria x
    miniinstilettos.blogspot.com

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  14. Not too sure how to feel about these nail varnishes - I think the peeling off would make me feel like I'm damaging the nail underneath? And I don't like the idea of them being a bit sticky when dry. Hmm. A bit of a gimmick, I think!

    Eve & Faye x

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  15. I think it's AWESOME. We don't have top shop here, but other brands like Essence did a peel off base coat which I absolutely love. It allows super easy removal of glitter polish and allows you to remove your polish without having to use any harsh removers :)

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  16. I'd definitely get these as I tend to peel my nail varnish off anyway and it's damaged my nails so badly. At least this way it wouldn't peel bits of nail off too!

    Daure @ The Nook

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  17. I, personally, think this is best for those with sensitive skin and nails who don't like having to use acetone to remove their polish. But in general, I don't like the fact that this can come off so easily! What's the point in that? I want my polish to last as long as possible, not to start chipping within a few days.

    Like someone pointed out, this reminds me of those 'play nail polishes' you used as a kid that dried to an almost thick, rubbery texture and which you could also peel off really easily.

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  18. I don't ever remember having peel of nails as a child! I clearly was missing out!!

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    1. Haha, I was thinking exactly the same thing!

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      Blondie
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  19. I'm not sure if these appeal to me. I quite enjoy the regular process of removing nail polish and the texture sounds weird.

    Sophierosehearts x

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  20. I think this is great for those who aren't allowed to wear nail polish at school and can just simply peel them off? Or for those who are too lazy to use nail polish remover... For me, I would probably try it once for the novelty and never again.

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  21. i love the colour and i can imagine it being really satisfying but i don't like the sound of the texture:\


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  22. I think I'd be tempted to peel them off all the time and my nails would never look tidy again! x

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  23. I don't recall these lasting very long on my nails when I was a kid, let alone these days! I might pick one up just out of curiosity though.

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  24. I think I'll leave this one in my childhood to be honest! I find that if I put too many layers of normal nail polish on it generally just peels off but it leaves my nails really dry and feeling worn out! Perhaps these would be different as they're designed to peel off but I'm not really feeling it. It would be useful for glitter polish as it's such a pain to remove but otherwise I think I'll just stick to good old nail varnish remover!

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  25. My mum used to love these when I was little, and was kind of sad when they stopped making them. So with that in mind I might have to give these a go..
    xx, Siri
    Siri's Life

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  26. You can get the same effect by using PVA as a base. I don't really see the point of only wearing a nail colour for one day if you've sat and made the effort to do them nicely.

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  27. I'll have to try one to see how I feel about the look and feel of it on my nails but I personally think this is a brilliant idea because I find taking my nail varnish off so boring!

    Louisa's Notebook

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  28. I think they're good for those who, like you said, are travelling or change their nails on a daily basis. I don't know, I've never tried these. Might give them a go though :)

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  29. I really love the colour of this but I agree that I don't get the concept either. Why would you want to apply nail polish just to pick it off straight away? I like my manicure to last! x

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  30. they might work really well under a glitter polish - would make it a lot easier to get it off I suppose..

    xx
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  31. I never could understand this concept, too useless for me, but nice colours though)

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  32. I used to buy this stuff when I was younger just because I loved the whole concept of peeling it off, but now I honestly don't understand why you would use this as it would come off so easily!

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  33. I loved stuff like this when I was a kid but now I'm not quite sure about it... Maybe it's great if you want to save some time, but I enjoy painting my nails with normal nail polish! :)

    Great post!

    XO
    scribblesofvalerie.blogspot.com

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  34. it's a good concept but not for me sadly xo

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  35. Not sure about this! Does it damage your nails when you peel it off? x

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  36. I'm notorious for ruining my nails with normal nail polish let alone with this! Brings back childhood memories though :)

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  37. This seems really strange to me, and I don't think I will ever buy this kind of polish. Though it might be a good idea, since I'm one of those who rarely wear the same colours for more than maximum two days..

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  38. These would be a fun loot bag treat for little girls, I think. Not for me. :)

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  39. I used to love these when I was a child, but now I don't think that I would wear it. Unless they did it for glitter polishes, that would be great! xxx
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  40. As a general rule I can usually manage to peel my nail polish off if I really wanted to so I don't really see the point of a nail polish that is advertised in this way. You can do it with nearly all nail polishes, a bit too gimmicky for me.

    Hannah www.cagneyandlace.com

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  41. I hate using nail varnish remover but to bring out just 4 colours seems a little pointless xxx

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  42. Its a good idea, but i really hate it when nail polish is claggy or rubbery and if its sticky even when dry, then i dont see the success of it for older teenagers and adults, but for kids and pre-teens i think its a great idea!

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  43. It sounds a bit questionable because my only experience with peel off nail polish was from my childhood and it was very cheap stuff made to play with.

    I would definitely try it once, though, to see how it works in my adult life.


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  44. oh i know these, they always peeled off when i washed my hair or took a long bath or did the washing up manually, in the past. "great" product.

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  45. I'm not quite sure how I feel about these! I'm a regular nail polish-er, but i'm not sure I want to go back to my childhood play makeup days! xx

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  46. So brings me back to my child hood. I would love to give this polish a go xx

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  47. Ahhh, I remember peel off polish from when I was younger. So much fun!

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  48. I have a peel-off base coat that I LOVE using when I use glitter polish because otherwise it is sooo hard to get off your nails. Other than that I think regular nail polish is fine

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  49. Hello Fleur! I never tried this kind of nailpolishes. The colour looks super pretty on your nails. Do not have any experiences, but I think they are suitable for younger girls.
    xoxo Nika

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  50. I think the idea is great but for me it just wouldn't work as it pick it off absent mindedly almost as soon as it had dried!

    Amy | The Little Koala

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  51. haha it brought me back to my childhood :) but i think they are appopiate for just a night out, an important evening event or something important that appear at the last minute su you opt for this nail polish to look more put together at the moment and dont have to worry to make time for a super perfect manicure; or to try out how certain color look on your skin tone :) I don´t know, that is just my opinion haha

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  52. I find the concept of this a little odd, but I read a good use for it somewhere. They used it as a base coat for glitter nail polishes, which makes it much easier to take off. I always have such a tough time taking glitter nail polishes off so this seems like a great idea!

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  53. I've never used this, or even heard of it! I peel my nail polish off anyway, and this stuff would just make me want to do it more. Weird!

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  54. Yeah I agree- I don't really see the point! Which is better for your nails though peel off or a remover? xx

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  55. I'd be wayy too tempted to peel it off throughout the day. Peeling things is addictive in that I-Must-Burst-This-Bubble-Wrap kinda way :)

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  56. I like the idea of pealing it off, it sounds quite satisfying, probably just me that likes that! :/ but I tend to chip my nail polish easily, it'd probably all come off within a few minutes :)

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  57. I have seen these before I got really see the point

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  58. i love the colour!

    check out my blog, if you have the time? :)
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  59. :O I'm dead excited to try this! I'm always changing my nail colour so this is perfect for me, but i am a bit fussy about the finish the nail polish gives. Great review x

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  60. They really do seem a bit pointless xxx

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  61. these just make me think of when I was younger.. I'm really intrigued to try them out but i'm not prepared to spend £6 on a product I might end up loathing

    Jessie xx
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  62. I don't really see the point in this. Bit of a gimmick if you ask me. It's expensive for something that "peels" off so easily, and a bit of a waste in my opinion.
    Beeauty Geek xoxo

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  63. I might pick up a pot to see what they are like if I see them at a cheaper price, £6 is quite a lot to part with for a nail varnish that peels off so quickly!

    Emily
    www.emilyandlife.blogspot.com

    x

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  64. mmm good review and pretty colour but unsure if this is for me :O seems messy if it still feels sticky after applying and I always end up destroying the polish as I am not very patient when it comes to drying :P x

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  65. I think that the nails look great when they are dry but I am so impatient when it comes to nails and I don't think I could wait for them too! The colour is pretty though!
    Charlotte xxx
    http://charlottesconfashions.blogspot.co.uk

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  66. Interesting concept I suppose, and the colour of this one is really nice, but it would just distract me at school peeling off all the polish, one finger at a time! Probably won't be buying these any time soon, still a good idea I suppose if you want to change your polish on a hourly basis!!xx

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  67. Not sure what I should think of it.....

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  68. i like the idea!
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  69. Interesting, not sure it's worth it, but great review anyways!

    The Introverted Brunette

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  70. Saw these the other day and was so tempted to buy one!!

    I would LOVE IT SO MUCH if you guys would come and check my blog out and maybe even follow too?!?! :D

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  71. Hmmm, i dont think this is for me. I love the colour! but a polish that peels off... Nah!

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  72. This is my ultimate bad habit with traditional nail varnish! Not sure why this is a product now, although would be perfect for shoots and frequent colour changes.

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  73. Absolutely loving the colours in this range but I'm really not sure about the peel off nail trend! I always end up having mine peel off after a few hours!

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  74. wow! These were made to be peeled off! That's pretty nifty XD

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  75. I like these a lot for when I have an event I need a specific colour for, like weddings and parties and stuff! They're really good for that, plus with a bit of top coat they last a tad longer and set a bit better but still peel off easily.

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  76. I have mixed feelings about these. Might have to pick one up to try! The colours are lovely.

    Katie xo
    And Katie • Beauty and Lifestyle

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  77. I like the idea, gonna pick up a pot this weekend :D <3
    Great post as usual Fleur!<3
    Love
    Annabelle
    TheCurleyGirl
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  78. I remember peel off nail polish from when I was little! I had a Barbie one haha!!! I might have to pick up one of these and relive the old memories!

    Kate x

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  79. Not really sure I get this concept either! Don't think I will be picking it up anytime soon!

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  80. Completely agree, why waste your money on a polish that's not going to last? Bit of a weird concept, thank's for the review!

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  81. I rememeber having peel off nail polishes when I was about 10! I don't think I want one now to be honest, I hate the 'sticky' feel!

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  82. I don't really understand the peel off nail polish. It reminds me of the polish I was given in my princess pack as a kid. I can't imagine that this stuff would last for too long either. If you can just peel it off what is preventing it from being rubbed right of my fingers during the day?

    -Emily

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  83. Really interesting and can see why, but I can't imagine it lasting for long. Not for me though.

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  84. hhmmmmm interesting concept I like the idea of it being easy to remove thats such a time saver! xx. gigi. food and beauty blogger @ www.gigikkitchen.blogspot.com

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  85. I think I'd be open to the idea of trying them, purely because I get bored so easily, my normal nail polishes usually lasts a day before I peel them all off so this could be intriguing...

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  86. Hm I think it would chip a lot faster. I personally want my nail polish to last as long as possible. I could work for those who like to change their nail polish often.

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  87. I like the colour, but I like long lasting nail polish, so will probably give it a miss

    A little bit Unique

    x

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  88. Wish i could wear nail varnish to use this! My nailbeds start too far up my fingers :(

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  89. would rather use a normal one and take an extra few seconds taking it off than have something bound to chip I think! nice colour though :) x

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  90. I HATED this when I was younger. It just wasn't for me. I don't like the texture at all. I also don't like that it kind of 'falls off'. Instead of chipping like normal nails, it just peels right off.

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  91. I usually peel off my colors anyway. Or chip? Its probably frowned upon.

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  92. love the colour but not the idea of peel of nail polish! i don't think i will be buying these any time soon. x

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  93. I need to find something like this in the States! I change my polish quite often so this would be perfect for me!

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  94. I don't know...I'd be willing to try it for sure, but I don't think it'd be something I'd go to regularly.

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  95. I'm with you - not too keen on the idea! I can't remember this from my childhood either!!
    I won't be picking this up any time soon!

    Love your post!

    Beckie xxx

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  96. I have never tried this, but I think it is handy for glitter nail polish since costs so much work to remove it !

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  97. I don't really mind the peel-off thing though. Saves my nails from acetone for once, other than that, itlooks pretty ordinary to me. Although the colours are gorg!!! Especially this pink!!!

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  98. I think I would pick them off straight away!

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  99. Im not sure i like the idea of this either, i think i would be worried about them peeling on there own or chipping within an hour, do love that colour though!

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  100. wow I've never herd of thoose too bad that we don't have TopShop where I live :(

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  101. :/ I dont think its for me yank. not really a nice concept. Not keen, I like the good old fashioned way of taking it off with cotton pads and treating my nails to a pamper.

    Pipp xx
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  102. Sounds like a terrible idea, I have enough trouble with nail varnish's staying power as it is.

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  103. I always peel my nail polish anyways, hah! <3

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  104. i think the idea is silly, a big time waste too!

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  105. sounds like the sticking-glue-to-your-fingers game during childhood :D that wouldnt stand long on my nails, the idea is funny though!

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  106. I think I agree with a load of the other comments, layer any nail polish a few times and it will peel off. Also wouldn't this come off after a day or so. I do like Topshop's polishes but this is one I'll leave :)

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  107. I have no idea what peel off nail polish are used for!!
    I can easily peel off regular nail polishes if I am bored!! :p

    xx, A!
    glimpsesofa.blogspot.com

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  108. That seems like a great idea but does it chip at all? i definitely have to try that!! thanks fleur!

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  109. I saw these on their website when I was having a browse, it sounds pretty cool! Just a shame they don't have some more muted down colours yet as these would be perfect for the pastel colours we're seeing for spring.

    Other than that I really do want to try these! :D

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  110. This would be such a pain for me because I'm already super tempted to peel my polish off! x
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  111. This would be quite a good idea for a special occasion where maybe you'd want extravagant nails that weren't really for everyday, or if you wanted to put glitter polish on top so you didn't have to deal with the horrendous task of removing glitter polish, but I can't really see these nail polishes becoming a 'thing', haha
    Louise, xo

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  112. I annoyingly sometimes peel off nail polish anyway, but surprisingly dislike this concept. The colour is gorgeous though!
    xx
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  113. This definitely wouldn't be for me!!
    xo
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  114. I should give it a try:)
    Like your blog :)
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  115. I love this colour it's just so cute amazing blog check mine out if you have time comment or follow if you like what you see:)http://thepocketsizedbeauty.blogspot.co.uk/.

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  116. This would actually be a top seller in Muslim countries. Here (I live in Kuwait) the girls only wear nail polish during that time of the month. Other times (when they pray), their nails have to be clean and free of nail polish and so I'm guessing this would really sell here really well. The polish can just be pulled off during prayer time instead of running for a remover. Would be easy to wear during parties I guess. (Don't take this as the exact law here.. lol.. just writing down what I've noticed my friends and colleagues do.. )

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  117. this sounds so interesting, it would be so much easier and less time consuming to take off. They should make these for glitter nail polishes!

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  118. I think they sound like a great idea, especially if you're one for changing your nail varnish daily. But I think cheaper brands like Barry M will probably copy it. :)

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  119. Im a massive nail polish geek and I change my nails pretty much each night. Im definitely going to have a look at these, especially the one your wearing and pick one up!

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  120. will the chip more easily then?

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  121. I'm not one for painting my nails regularly so I leave nail varnish on for ages untill it's really chipped. How long do you think it would last? I suppose as soon as it starts chipping you could just peel it off easily, even if you're at work or school and not bother with nail varnish remover. It's actually quite a good idea, but it would have to be pretty good quality stuff for it to work properly. Thanks for your honest opinion Fleur! xxx
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  122. I like the colour but really dont like the concept of it peeling off. Whats the point if its going to ruin your nails, id rather use remover! Great review though :)

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  124. I'm not allowed to wear nail polish for school so it's very convenient if I want to paint my nails on Sunday and then I can peel it off Monday morning at school rather than get a detention :)

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  125. Noooo Topshop what are you doing?! I hate when I buy nail varnish and it peels off, just seems like horrible quality to me! Awful!

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  126. I love the colour and the shine of the polish!!

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  127. This is an example of a good idea and a poor execution, I wish a company can finally come out with a high quality peel off nail polish!

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  128. I totally agree these nail varnishes are awful. I'd had mine on for a measly hour before the whole nail had peeled off just because I'd reached into my bag. Such a waste of £6. It's the first topshop nail varnish I've had as well I've heard good things about the normal ones but this peel varnish has put me off topshop nail products completely!

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  129. ...if you put enough coats of any nail varnish on you'll find you can peel any nail varnish off!

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