Review & Giveaway: Pedi-Protexx, never smudge another pedicure! | Ends 4/16


Pedi-Protexx are plastic protectors that slide into your flip flops and protect your freshly pedicured nails while the nail polish dies. Predi-Protexx allows you to walk around or even drive while your nail polish is drying, without the risk of bumping into something or dropping something on your wet nails. Continue on to read my review of the Pedi-Protexx.

Here is a little tale for you all to hear. I have never gotten a pedicure at a salon or by other professional means. For my twelfth birthday a friend of mine gave me a gift certificate for a free pedicure, and I still haven’t managed to use it! And come this October, it will be 10 years old! Haha. I actually am going to try and use it this summer. It’s for a small, locally owned place and I imagine they will accept it so long as it’s still the same owners. I’ll have to tell them this tale as well, I’m sure they’ll be amused.

maegal pedi protexx
Excuse the blurry picture. You get the idea. There are my little red toes all protected!
Now that that’s said, I still haven’t managed to get myself a pedicure. So for the review of Pedi-Protexx, I did what I always do and gave myself a pedicure. It was nothing fancy this time, just a simple two coats of Revlon nail polish in Ruby. I tend to paint my toes with red or a neutral brown color. In the summer a spring, red seems to be more of the color I choose.


pedi protexx on maegal

For review, I was sent a pair of Pedi-Protexx, as seen in the picture above. The product itself is made of a thick and study plastic, so you can bump into thinks without the plastic trying to bend itself. Pedi-Protexx feature a slit on their base with allows you to slide them onto a pair of flip flops with the slit holding onto the flip flop toe strap. I had a pretty easy time getting them on, though I would suggest putting them on and taking them off a couple times before ou actually use them so they’re a bit looser.

All in all, I was quite pleased with the Pedi-Protexx. I wore them around while I was waiting for my toes to dry. I was able to walk around my apartment without the fear of running into anything. Well, I actually did bump my toes into things a couple times, as expected, but the Pedi-Protexx made sure my nails didn’t smudge a bit! I would recommend this product to anyone who gets pedicures either at home or at a salon. 
pedi protexx on maegal
Here is a picture of the Pedi-Protexx on my flip flop, so you can get an idea of how it fits in place. They fit flush to the surface of the flip flop and the also feature a small lip at the toes to prevent the Pedi-Protexx from moving around. 
You can buy for $19.97 with $3.50 shipping at Pedi-Protexx.com!

Giveaway
• One winner will receive there very own pair of Pedi-Protexx!
• See the Rafflecopter form for end date, who can enter, and conditions.

maegal manicure

If you follow me on FaceBook, you will have seen this picture. While I had my nail polish out for toe painting, I thought I’d give myself a manicure, too. What started as a simple french tip turned into this interesting design you see above. It just sort of happened, and I think it’s fairly neat looking. I was originally trying to go for the french tip with a black line look I’ve done before. Also, that would be a white chocolate Easter bunny I have behind my nails. Yum, yum! 

Do you get pedicures ever?

sarah signature maegalDisclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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