Just Arrived | Le Mini Macron Hits The UK


I just heard on the grapevine that Le Mini Macaron have just hit the UK this month (!!!)

If you haven't heard of this brand then let me tell you some more about them *winks* first off this is in no way linked to the company itself. It's not sponsored, collaborated or well, basically anything other than me reiterating what I've heard and having seen the Kickstarter back in 2015.

Le Mini Macaron from what I know created a Kickstarter that showcased the products and received double the amount of their initial $15000.00 This itself tells you how awesome it is. But I'm being vague here, aren't I?

Their main base products are gel manicure kits - we've all seen these kits before and they're nothing new. The difference here is that the brand has reinvented it so there are fewer tools needed and therefore your gel manicure will cost less.

The little macaron shaped cutie is actually the gel lamp. In order to use it, you simply plug it into your laptop via the USB. Then you apply the gel polish before curing. It's as simple as that. Once you've prettied up your talons you simply unplug your USB and pop the cute macaron away.

Included:

One Gel Polish - Colours are pink, red, cassis, grape, peach,  baby blue, rose creme, sweet mint, midnight blueberry, rose gold, chocolate sparkle, and pinot noir.
Power Cord & USB Adaptor - This explains itself really. 
Tools - Necessary for a good finish. You'll find a cuticle stick and a mini nail file is a must.
Gel Remover Pads - You'll receive 10 pads in each pack.
Step-by-Step Instructions - English, French, Spanish and German instructions. 
Led Lamp - Shaped like a cute macaron. This is suitable for curing one finger at a time and can be plugged into any USB port. 

Additionally, the high-shine, chip free polish features an innovative 3-in-1 formula which combines base coat, colour and top coat all in one for speedy application. I love that they've created a full system that packs away neatly and easily. 

There are so many colours to choose from and they continue to add more like their Champagne kit which features, err, champagne polish. 

You'll find these popping up in Feel Unique, QVC, House of Fraser and strangely Gordons Chemist. I believe these are priced around the £34 mark. Is this DIY kit something you think you would try or are you more of a spa gal?

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