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Piggy Paint Review

I received Piggy Paint polish in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.

My kids are pretty close in age, my oldest was just 18-months-old when his sister was born. At first this small age gap was a little terrifying and involved some adjusting to but now that they are a little older, I absolutely adore how close in age they are. But when I sit back and look at our days I realize that crazy has just become a natural way of life.

We are pretty busy and recently my husband and I have been talking about taking our kids on one-on-one dates to spend some quality time with them. These dates don’t have to cost any money or be anything huge, spending the time together is what is important.

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The other night I grabbed my little lady for a little mani/pedi time. We recently got some Piggy Paint Nail Polish and I was so excited to try them out. I was not sure if she would sit still or not but she loved every second of it! She chose “Sometimes Sweet” Red for her fingers and “Girls Rule” Purple for her toes! We had so much fun hanging out together, just us girls.


If you have ever worried about painting your toddlers fingers nails because of the chemicals found in nail polish, Piggy Paint is for you! Melanie Hurley, the founder of Piggy Paint, had the same concerns. One day while painting her girls nails she placed some polish on a Styrofoam plate and the polish ate right through it. She decided to find a way to make polish that is natural and safe.  Piggy Paint is “Natural As Mud”, free of formaldehyde, toluene, phthalates, biphenyl A, ethyl acetate and acetone, and made in the USA!

You can find Piggy Paint at your local Wal-Mart, online here, or use their website to find a retailer near you. Individual bottles of polish are about $9 and their gift sets vary depending on their size. Today you can enter to win a Glitter Girls 3-pack of polish ARV $24.99.