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SEPHORA COLLECTION Precision Nail Polish Corrector Pen

What it is:A polish-correcting pen that erases all traces of color from cuticles and fingertips. What it does:Achieve the perfect manicure by easily removing mistakes with this correcting pen. The acetone formula is enriched with a nourishing active ingredient that instantly erases all traces of nail polish. What else you need to know:The pen comes with two extra tips to extend product life.
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can i refill this pen when it is empty?
asked 3 years, 4 months ago
on Precision Nail Polish Corrector Pen
5 answers
answer 1
I tried to refill, but it didn't work.
answered 2 years ago
answer 2
well to refill you take a tip from the bottom and add to the empty space
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
answer 3
I dip mine in a little polish remover if it seems too dry. Be careful not to do too much though or it is hard to control.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
(Hoffman Est. IL)
answer 4

You are not able to refill the pen once the nail polish remove runs out. You do need to buy a new one.

Hope this helped!
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
(Westchester, NY)
answer 5
I let mine soak in a tiny bit of remover while I'm doing my nails. It keeps the tip moist with enough remover for when I have to correct a mistake. I haven't had to change the tip yet - before I did this, the tip would get too dry and may as well have been a toothpick. If you're not careful though, they get toooo soaked and end up taking a little more off than the "mistake". Hope this helps. It's a little too much trouble for me when it gets too much remover in it so leaving it on a paper towel / cotton ball that has remover on it is about enough.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
(Midwest, IL, USA)
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