As a nail blogger, my ten digits are my money makers, and that means I need to care for them 24/7. A while back, I took a bunch of nail essentials, threw them in a bag, and took that with me anywhere I traveled. This has now evolved into my nailmercency kit.
Bag: Isn't this kitty bag the cutest? My bestie Sara got it for me last year for my birthday, and it has become my official nailmergency bag ever since!
Healthy Hoof: I picked up this nail and cuticle cream from Harmon a couple years ago. Its full of nail protein stuff, and has been my go-to ever since.
Jojoba Oil: Dulcie sent this little bottle of 100% vegan jojoba oil to me ages ago. Its the perfect little travel size, plus its a roller ball so if I am riding in a car trip I don't have to worry about spilling oil. That's a quality that is important to me because I spill things on myself about 41695 times a day.
Deborah Lippmann Gel Lab Top Coat: I always make sure I have a bottle of clear coat with my when I travel to stick on any polish that is starting to come off. Its a lot easier to travel with one bottle to stick old polish on, than traveling with lots of bottles of nail polish. This bottle is perfect because it is a mini size, so is easy to travel with (kinda like me).
Nail Clipper: I know all of you nail ladies are about to cringe, but I have a terrible habit of picking my cuticles. I know, I know. If I have a piece of skin that is sticking out, its going to drive me mad, so I need to keep these little saviors with me.
Nail File: I think this one is self-explanatory. Just a plain ole' emery board to fix those breaks. And for me, that's inevitable.
Eos Hand Lotion: Finally, no nailmergency kit can be complete without hand lotion. I hate having dry skin on my hands and this Eos lotion is just as awesome as the lip balm. Of course, I love the travel size!
I feel like you ladies just got a sneak peak into my world, even if its just a bag full of nail stuff. Now that I have the nail travel formula down pat, it makes planning for my nails easy as pie!
Do you have your own nailmergency kit? What do you keep in yours?