Colorbar Ultimate Nail Enamel Remover

Good Morning dear ones… Happy Friday! :BToday is the last working day of this week & it already feels like it doomsday on the corporates… and going to be the last working day for the rest of my life!

Well… nonsense apart.. Let’s talk about Colorbar Ultimate Nail Enamel Remover today.

Have you ever wanted a product so much that you always hold it in your hands at the stores, cart it while shopping online everytime…. only to remove it before billing??

This is what exactly happened to me with this one from Colorbar. Always wanted it but the price kept me away.

Finally, I did make the push & that is why you have the review here 😀

Price: INR 399 for 100 ml.


Ethyl Acetate, Isopropyl Alcohol, DI Water, Glycerin, Tocopheryl Acetate, D-Panthenol, Sodium PEG-7, Olive Oil Carboxylate, Propylene Glycol, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Perfume, Color CI 60736.

What the product claims:

  • Acetone free formula that’s quick & gentle on the nails
  • Formula without parabens, sulphates, phthalates, triclosan
  • Enriched with Vitamin E & Olive oil derivatives to protect and condition nails
  • Dermatologically tested
  • Magic in a bottle
The way I see it:
The nail enamel remover comes in a totally girly deep pink bottle with a black cap – and looks like a bottle of capsules.
It feels a tad heavy in the hands, but absolutely travel-friendly in all facets.
The USP of this product is the claim – ‘magic in a bottle’.
Yes, the bottle comes stuffed with some black sponge with a finger-sized hole in the middle. It lies in soaked in a puddle of nail enamel remover liquid.
One just needs to dip in their finger, submerging their nail into the sponge & leave it in for barely 5 seconds there. Twist your way out of the jar, only to find your nail paint removed thoroughly! 😀
In less than a minute, all your nail paints are gone.
No cotton balls or pads required, no issue of remover liquid evaporating, spillage or any other hassle.
Just dip, twist & you are done! 😀
But, this remover leaves a whitish residue on the nails after usage, something like salt sedimentation – I m not sure what it is!
Its good to wash your hands thoroughly, dry & buffer your nails before you proceed with the next round of painting.
I don’t see any other con with this product otherwise.
The ‘Yay’ factors:
  • Pretty packaging
  • Travel friendly
  • Hassle-free
  • No cotton balls/pads required
  • Removes nail paints thoroughly
  • Quick at its job
  • Impressive formula/ingredients
  • Easily upcyclable
The ‘Nay’ factors:
  • Pricing
  • Salt-like residue in the nails/cuticles after use
How to upcycle this remover:
Quite simple!
Once you think, all of the existing Colorbar Ultimate Nail Enamel Remover is over, just let it dry open for a while.
Once the sponge feels dry, pour in your favorite nail enamel remover into it until the sponge is totally soaked.
Your upcycled, trendy nail enamel remover is ready!
I bought this remover paying 400 bucks, primarily thinking I can always upcycle it! 😛
Recommend? – Yes! Go for it.. if you are a regular nail paint changer, not minding the price..and always you can upcycle it!

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