Monday, February 3, 2014

Stilazzi Cuticle Pusher

Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post was given to me. I am not affiliated with the company nor getting paid to advertise the product. This post is written with my honest opinion.

Since it's Monday, I don't have any reviews with nail art swatch. For that reason, I will focus on a product related to nails. Last year, 2013, I was lucky to attend Morphe Brushes grand opening.
Here are the items we received in the swag bag. For this post, I will focus on the Stilazzi Cuticle Pusher.
Product Review: Stilazzi Cuticle Pusher

Where to purchase:
Price: $12.95

Made in Pakistan

Description from the website:
Tool: Cuticle Pusher
Color: Silver
Tip: Concave & Bent Tip
Length: 5 1/2 Inches
Stainless Steel: Yes!

The concave rounded end is great for pushing back the cuticle easily. The opposite end with a bent tip is best used for cleaning nail beds.
Thoughts: When I saw this in the swag bag, I was stoked. I was planning to get a cuticle pusher after seeing a video on YouTube.
Here's a closer look at the metal, cuticle pusher.
Here's a closer look at the concave rounded end. This is the end I used to push my cuticle back.
Here's a closer look at the bent tip.

Now for my overall opinion... First of all, I love that it's made out of metal. I definitely do not need to repurchase unless I lose it. I think it's worth paying a one time fee for something you will have for the rest of your life or I hope. Secondly, I used this with a combination of Julep Essential Cuticle Oil. I would roll the cuticle oil around my nails. Then I massage and push my cuticle with the pusher. I would see dead, dried particles on the pusher. Not only does it push my cuticles, my nails bed becomes smoother. It makes it easier to apply nail polishes. I also found it easier to paint around the cuticles, because there's an easier separation between my nail and cuticle. I honestly am finding the polish on my nails looking more professional than just a color on my nails without the outside looking clean.

* Stainless steel.
* Comes with two types of ends; concave rounded and bent.
* Great use with combination of cuticle oil.
* Defines your cuticle.
* Makes the nail bed smoother.
* Easier to apply nail polish.

* Hard to find it in stores.

Would repurchase: Yes, if I lose this one.
Rating:  5/5 Tobey's Paws

Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post was given to me. I am not affiliated with the company nor getting paid to advertise the product. This post is written with my honest opinion.


lisa said...

ohh i definitely need this!! my nail polish color always goes on so sloppily i feel like because my cuticles are in the way!! and i always feel like my nail bed is so short because my cuticles are so high.. is that crazy LOL!!! :p

The Beautiful Essence said...

Great products for nails!

Grace said...

I've never used cuticle pushers before but looks interesting!


Sachi said...

o0o0oo i needs this!

YomiC said...

I have a similar product and it's true that it's difficult to find in normal stores.

I got mine from a mini nail design course.

Ahleessa said...

This cuticle pusher will come in handy then! I cannot wait to hear what you have to say after you use it. :)

Ahleessa said...

It is a great product for nails.

Ahleessa said...

It is an interesting product, but I do recommend it. :)

Ahleessa said...

You know when I was writing this review, I thought of you. I thought it'll be perfect for you... hehe~

Valens said...

It looks so weird!!!
I have a 2-1 cuticle tool but I think it's the first time I've seen a cutter with a curved tip!!! Well, the most important things are that it works and doens't hurt, right? ;-)

Ahleessa said...

Oh mi gosh, your comment never shows up on Disqus. I can see it finally! I hope it shows up in the future and it's not a one time thing *knock on wood*.

You took a class on nail design? How was the class? That sounds interesting!

Ahleessa said...

It looks weird? I guess since this is my first time really using a cuticle pusher. Now I'm curious how other cuticle pushers look like... hehe~

Valens said...

:D it's just the bent tips that has surprised me!!! Don't worry, the other cuticle tools are similar! Have a nice day

Ahleessa said...

Ahhh~ I understand. Thanks for explaining it! :)

Karen Rodwill Solomon said...

My son has the worst cuticles and I always need a new pusher! This one looks so cool!

Ahleessa said...

You will love it! It's definitely worth trying.

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