Piggy Paint Natural as Mud Nail Polish

My 4-year-old daughter and I were excited to try the Piggy Paint Natural as Mud nail polish. The name alone and picture of a little pig with painted nails on the bottle had her giggling! I had also heard buzz about the product on social media. The line comes in a variety of bright, vibrant colors that appeal to kids (and adults).

We picked a bright pink called, “Jazz It Up.” Part of Piggy Paint’s claim is that it’s virtually odorless, but I disagree. It has a different smell than traditional nail polish, but you can definitely still smell something when you open the bottle. My daughter said, “Why does it smell like when we paint a room?” Then I realized, yes, that’s the smell. It has a light odor or standard household paint.

I love that the product is non-toxic, eco-friendly, hypoallergenic and made in the USA. I’ve painted my nails forever, and every so often, I’m concerned about the chemicals! I will continue to use this product for my daughter because I feel like it’s safer for her.

The colors are great and the kid-friendly name is so cute for the little ones. The company also has a line of nail polish for adults (SOPHi) and dogs (Puppy Paint) and frequently offers special discounts on their website and Facebook page.

Manufacturer: Piggy Paint Natural as Mud

http://www.piggypaint.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/PiggyPaintNailPolish

Available on piggypaint.com, amazon.com, and retailers such as Wal-Mart

MSRP: $7.99 (per bottle)

Ages: 5+ (or younger with supervision)

• Appealed to the advertised age range 5

• My children will likely use this multiple times 5

• Would travel well 5

• Durability 5

• I would purchase this for my family: yes

• I would purchase this as a gift: yes

• Overall rating: 5

All ratings on a scale of 1-5 with 5 being highest

Meet the Reviewer!

Pamela Prado is a former TV news anchor turned stay-at-home mom, with a passion for social media. If she’s not rushing her kids to acting/modeling gigs or taking them to dance, socce, or baseball, she’s heading out to explore the rich history of the D.C. area.


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