Hi, I’m Betsy Lou from The Adventures of Betsy Lou, and I am excited to be reviewing Galt products on their blog as a spokesperson for Galt. A couple of weeks ago GALT sent me the Galt Nail Art Studio from their “Express Yourself” range to review. I had lots of fun painting my nails and videoing it with my mum.

The Galt Nail Art Studio is a great set to play with. It contains 3 nail pens, 1 glittery nail varnish, 8 coloured nail varnishes, 1 nail sharpener, 2 sheets of stickers, 1 sheet of tattoos, and 1 sheet of designs and instructions. My favourite nail varnishes are the peach, purple turquoise and pink colours.

Nail Art Studio

There are lots of different ways that you can paint your nails using the Nail Art set. You can copy the designs which are included. Some of the designs are quite simple and easy to create and some of the others are a little more tricky. You can also create your own designs. There are also nail stickers that you can also use to add over the nail polish. I really liked the nail stickers. You also have toe separators, which was fun to use and made me feel just like a grownup when I used them. The set also includes different tattoos that you can put on. I loved the tattoos as I think that they made a great addition to the nails. The glitter nail varnish is fantastic too. I have used that on my nails with nothing else, and I loved the sparkly effect it created.

I was really surprised as the nail varnish has lasted such a long time. Normally kids nail varnish just chips off really quickly, but this has stayed on for at least a week. I would say that the Galt Nail Art Studio is best for children from 8 to 12.

I really enjoyed playing with the Galt Nail Art Studio and I have also been playing with it with my friends and they loved it too. I would definitely recommend buying it because it is a really fun and interesting product to play with.

Galt Toys invited Betsy Lou to test out the Express Yourself Nail Art Studio and supplied her with the set free of charge. All words and opinions are Betsy Lou’s own. See more from Betsy Lou on her blog and Twitter.

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