Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Beautytreat Prize

The lovely Linda of the (Dutch) website beautytreat , gave (and is still giving) away some great prices last month, and one of them was a Trind nail repair kit. All you had to do was to mail your nailcare tips and your adress. A little while later I found out I was one if the winners! Yeay!!

Yesterday, when I got back fro work, I found an envelop on my doormat and this was in it:


A bottle of Trind Nail Repair , a Trind Nail Magic Buffer, an instruction booklet, and a cute card of beautytreat.nl.
I always like to try new things, and since iIbroke a few nails recently, I'm especially excited to try these out.

This is what the Trind website says about the products:

Nail Repair Natural


Trind Nail Repair is an effective nail strengthener which makes your nails strong and keeps them supple at the same time. With this product your nails won’t dry out and won’t show discoloration. The unique formula of Trind matches the protein molecules, which creates a rigid network structure that makes the nail stronger. Important detail is that the natural nail moisture does not disappear. Therefore, the nail stays supple and looks pampered. 


Nail Magic Buffer


Natural nail moisture is essential for healthy nail growth. Trind Nail Magic Buffer is the perfect tool to promote the production of natural moisture. You treat your nails in three steps, beginning with the half black side. With this side, you remove the absolute top layer of the nail. Thereafter the production of the natural nail moisture is being promoted by the half white side. As a last step you evenly divide the nail moisture over the nail with the long grey side. The Nail Magic Buffer removes fine ridges and imperfections from the nail and makes them look equal and shiny!



I'll post an update after I've used these products for a while, to see what kind of a result they give.

Lastly a pic of me with the products. If my smile looks a little strained, it's because I've pulled a muscle in my back yesterday and standing up hurts.  ;)



Don't forget to visit the beautytreat website , Linda makes great looks, tutorials, reviews, and so on. Check it out!

6 comments:

  1. Hey wat leuk dat je e.e.a. van Trind hebt gewonnen! Jij gaat vast net zo verliefd worden op de spulletjes als ik :D

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  2. Ik ben benieuwd, gebruik al 10 jaar ofzo Herome, dus Trind moet erg overtuigend zijn om die van zn plaats te stoten. Maar ik heb laatst ineens n paar nagels gebroken, dus wat extra stevigheid is nooit weg. Weet jij trouwens of je hier ook gewoon nagellak overheen kan dragen?

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  3. I'd like to know how well this stuff works---I'm looking for a good nail strengthner as my nails seem to always break no matter what. Also, I need to find a good cuticle moisturizer as I have horrid dry cracked cuticles! Let us know how these work!

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  4. I'm going to try it out the next few weeks, so I'll let you know if it works. In the meantime, i can recommend you Herome nailhardener, which Ive used for years and buy a good nailfile and keep it with you. For your cuticles, try Lush' Lemony Flutter ;)

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  5. -to always have a nail file with you
    -to file in a 90 degrees angle to your nail
    -to use herome nailhardenere as a basecoat
    which gives you stronger, longer nails. and your nailpolish will stay on longer and more smoothly.
    -not to apply nailpolish in layers but in one thick layer. That way it won't start chipping.

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