Cuter Cuticles | Pumpkin Pecan Waffle, Cider Donut & Poison Apple

Hello loves, I am so excited to be sharing my thoughts on three of the cuticle oils I purchased from Cuter Cuticles. So let's dive right into it. 

 First one I'll be sharing my thoughts on is Poison Apple, so let me just start off by saying that, THIS is the apple sent that you've been craving this autumn. It's just screams, "It's apple season, it's apple season!". It makes you want to go to a pumpkin patch to grab a cup of apple cider to take on a hay ride. It's just that magical smelling. It's not just apple, there's something else there but I can't quite put my finger on it. It's absolutely divine. I highly recommend checking this out if you're a huge apple fan. 

Also can I just say it reminds me of my freehand Poison apple manicure? Of course in that photo my nails were lathered in their bubblegum cuticle oil. Ugh if only I had it at that time, how perfect would that have been?
Cuter Cuticles - Poison Apple
Cuter Cuticles - Poison Apple

Pumpkin Pecan Waffle... This cuticle oil man... It smells exactly like the Bath & Body Works scent. Even tho y'all know I absolutely love sweet scents, for some reason I'm not a huge fan of this. I mean I like it, but I'm not in love with it. Maybe I'm just weird, or maybe it's not sweet enough for my nose. I don't even know. It smells good, but if I'm honest, I'm team apple when it comes to autumn. I'd recommend it for pumpkin scent lovers.  
Cuter Cuticles - Pumpkin Pecan Waffles
Cuter Cuticles - Pumpkin Pecan Waffles

Ahhhhh, legit guys. I can't even with this cuticle oil. It's so amazing, seriously. Earlier this month I went to Walmart in the US & as soon as I seen a box of apple cider donuts. You know I put them in my cart! They were so delicious, the box came with 6? I can't even remember, I just remember the deliciousness... This cuticle oil smells incredible, like apples, cake & cinnamon, & maybe a glaze? or that could just be the cake smell. Ughh sooooooo goooood. I recommend this to EVERYONE. You need to get yourself some of this.
Cuter Cuticles - Cider Donut
Cuter Cuticles - Cider Donut

I just discovered Cuter Cuticles in June at Indie Expo Canada, I bought one of their cuticles to try out. After that I was hooked. Her bubblegum cuticle oil smells more like bazooka bubblegum & not double bubble or hubba bubba. lmao yes, I do consider myself a bit of a bubblegum scent expert. Also her Cotton Candy sent incredible, same as the Lemon Cake. I have also tried a few other scents, that I wasn't personally a huge fan of the scent. Even then, the cuticle oil itself is awesome so, I still use every drop!

And in case you didn't know Cuter Cuticles in an Canadian indie brand! Yaaass supporting small Canadian businesses ! Also the roller ball cuticle oils are $5 each or you can purchase a $12 larger container which would refill a roller ball 3 times. & since this is a safe place, I'm gonna fully admit my next order is 4 large bottles in Cider Donut, Poison Apple, Bubblegum & Cotton Candy.

I've been using Cuter Cuticle oils in June, & let's just be even more honest. As a swatcher the acetone being applied to my nail beds & cuticles so much really dries out them out. Without cuticles I always had to use lots & lots of body butter to help my cuticles look good, however it didn't do much for my nail beds. With the cuter cuticles oil my nails themselves are more flexible so when I hit or bang my nail on something, usually it bends instead of snapping. With that being said this wont prevent nail from breaking. I had a pretty bad break on my swatching had from moving furniture, so it doesn't make them invincible, however it does make them just a bit more durable & look a lot healthier than without the oil.

ahah, so just to be sure you're aware, I absolutely recommend checking & trying out Cuter Cuticles, they have a lot of different scents, you can request a customized scent or even have glitter added to it! They also do sell other products which I haven't gotten around to trying yet but when I do I'll let you know!

Thank you so much for reading,
Anita xo

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