Review - Piggy Paint Nail Polish: Safe as Mud and Now Available at Walmart

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Piggy Paint Now that spring is here, sandals, flip-flops and walking around in our bare feet have replaced our usual socks and shoes.  With all of this extra foot exposure, pretty painted toenails are a must!  Riley and I love to have girl time together and paint our piggies, but because she is an antsy little toddler who can't sit still for long, the kind of nail polish used on her has to be special.

Piggy Paint is an all-natural, non-toxic nail polish designed especially for children, which happens to dry completely in only 60 seconds!  I recently had the chance to review an assortment of brand new colors and even a nail pen with Riley.  Keep reading to see how all of our piggies (even daddy's) are looking their best and ready for spring thanks to Piggy Paint!

I reviewed the following items from Piggy Paint:

2-Pack Nail Polish, which retails for $3.98

Girls Rule! Nail Pen, which retails for $8.99

Glamour Girl Nail Polish, which retails for $8.99

Glitter Bug Nail Polish, which retails for $8.99

Nail Polish Remover, which retails for $8.99
Receive 15% OFF your entire purchase with coupon code "mommyofriley15".
Piggy Paint is now available in the cosmetics section of select Walmart stores as well as online at Walmart.com!

Piggy Paint Glitter Bug Piggy Paint Glamour Girl

Piggy Paint is a non-toxic, eco-friendly nail polish that is specially formulated of natural ingredients and proudly made in the USA.   :usa:  It is free of formaldehyde, toluene, phthalates, BPA, ethyl acetate and acetone.  Piggy Paint's hypoallergenic, odorless formula makes it gently enough for sensitive hands and noses, yet it dries to a hard, durable finish that can easily be removed with Piggy Paint Nail Polish Remover.

Riley and I were given the chance to sample some of Piggy Paint's newest offerings, which we could hardly refuse.  I love painting toes with my daughter, but have to admit that I've never let her paint MY toes before.  Piggy Paint is so safe and natural though, that when I saw Piggy Paint's Nail Pen included in the items we were to review, I just couldn't resist letting Riley in on the fun.

She did a great job for a three-and-a-half-year-old, and tried so hard to paint my toes perfectly.  It also gave me a great reason to try the Piggy Paint Nail Polish Remover so as to clean up the many spots on my feet which shouldn't have been purple!   :laugh:

Piggy Paint Nail Pens Piggy Paint Nail Pens

Riley couldn't wait to have her piggies painted using one of the new glittery shades we received.  Although she was definitely torn between the Glamour Girl and the Glitter Bug shades, in the end, she decided to go with the Glitter Bug which was a clear polish with plenty of silvery, rainbow-colored glitter swirling about.

I enjoyed knowing that the Piggy Paint nail polish I was using was non-toxic, all-natural and had absolutely no chemical smell to it.  It's also extremely kid-friendly in that it dries hard in only 60 seconds and covers so well that it only required ONE coat.  After Riley's toes were painted, she wanted to paint her daddy's toes too.  He was nice enough to oblige and within a few minutes, we all had stunning new pedis thanks to Piggy Paint!

Piggy Paint Pedis

If you'd like to spend some quality girl time with your daughter and get some dazzling toes in the process, then I highly recommend any of the nail care items from Piggy Paint.  Their high-quality, all-natural, made-in-the-USA nail polishes will have your piggies looking great in just seconds.  Now that Piggy Paint is available at Walmart, it's super convenient to pick up a bottle any time and perk up those piggies!

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Disclosure:  I received the array of products mentioned above from Piggy Paint in order to facilitate my review. No other compensation was received. This product review is based on my own personal experiences with this item and is completely honest and objective.
I'm a former 7th grade Science teacher turned stay-at-home mom that lives in Houston, Texas. I am married to my college sweetheart and have a beautiful daughter named Riley, who definitely keeps me on my toes! I am also involved in starting a small business which would both manufacture and sell an invention that I've patented, called Toothpaste 2 Go. I love interacting with my readers and hope to learn as much about you as you learn about me!

Melissa
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39 Responses to Piggy Paint Nail Polish: Safe as Mud and Now Available at Walmart

    Rachel H Says:

    1

    I love the gift sets like “Angel Kisses” and the paint pens are a must! I’m holding back from buying the whole lot for my daughter. lol.

    Leanne M Says:

    2

    I like Ice Cream Dream

    Tiffany C. Says:

    3

    I like Glitter Bug :-)

    4

    Cute nail polish!!! I like Forever Fancy

    Ashley Says:

    5

    I like glitter bug also! thanks!

    Jovan B. Says:

    6

    Call of the Wild.

    Jennifer Says:

    7

    We like Glamour Girl!!

    8

    I’d love the paint pen!

    ronda peyton Says:

    9

    Midnight Pansy

    Sandra VanHoey Says:

    10

    I liked the Sea-quin Nail Pen

    daneilia Says:

    11

    I love In the Flesh.

    victoria lester Says:

    12

    Id use Girls Rule! Nail Pen

    Linda Kish Says:

    13

    I like Ice Cream Dream

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

    Heather W. Says:

    14

    I like the Angel’s kisses…I want one of those shirts!!!

    Ellen C. Says:

    15

    I like their glitter girls gift set. Thanks for the chance.

    Anne Loyd Says:

    16

    My daughter would love Glamour Girl!

    Samorjj Says:

    17

    I would like to try Nail Polish Remover Pen.

    Crystal Says:

    18

    I like Twinkle Toes!

    daisy Says:

    19

    would love to try Pocketful of Posies- NEW!

    20

    Coffee Talk Piggy Paint

    Kiara Says:

    21

    I like Ice Cream Dream polish.
    austma7@aol.com

    tricia dunkle Says:

    22

    I love the ice cream

    Teigh Says:

    23

    I’d like to try out the Angel Kisses Nail pen

    Kristi C Says:

    24

    I like the How Merlot Can You Go?

    Julie Grimberg Says:

    25

    I would love to use glamour girl on my toes

    Felicia R Says:

    26

    I would love to get a few of the paint pens, they seem like they make it easier to paint a squirmy kid’s toes!
    fmgrice2(at)yahoo(dot)com

    27

    I like the girls rule nail pen.

    V. NOVAK Says:

    28

    lOVE THE IDEA OF NO ODOR. CAN’T WAIT TO TRY THE POLISH REMOVER. I USUALLY DO MY NAILS IN THE CAR ON THE WAY TO A FUNCTION AND EVERYONE MUMBLES ABOUT THE ODOR. GREAT IDEA…

    Stephanie Says:

    29

    I like the 3-D Star Nail Art

    Bethany C. Says:

    30

    I like the angel kisses nail pen.

    b(dot)cardone(at)hotmail(dot)com

    Kathy S Says:

    31

    Would love to use one of the nail pens to do some decorating!

    Nancy's Couture Says:

    32

    Call of The wild

    tory mercer Says:

    33

    Would love to use the paint pens with my LO :D

    Kelly D Says:

    34

    I like the Angel Kisses polish

    Kathleen Says:

    35

    Ice Cream Dream

    kport207 at gmail dot com

    Katrina Says:

    36

    would love to try the paint pens….love that idea so much with little piggies

    elven johnson Says:

    37

    Project Earth: Radioactive (Glows-in-the-dark!)

    Kristy Thiel Says:

    38

    I’d love to try the angel kisses polish!

    Ashley C Says:

    39

    I’m loving the new Glitter Bug and Cinnamon Cider looks like a pretty color

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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