Wednesday, December 12, 2012

EzFlow Pro Shine buffing block review

I have been looking for a nail buffer, and the first one I bought (by TRIM) was such a piece of crap, the only side I liked was the smoothing side for removing ridges. I decided to google "best buffing block" and the results turned up a rave review by beauty addict about the EzFlow Pro Shine buffing block. I decided that it was worth a shot, and it's pretty cheap on eBay. I spent under $5 for the thing, including shipping. The results, however, are priceless.

I actually saved the plastic film the block comes in, since I plan on popping it into my bag, and I don't want random things wearing the block down faster than it should.

The grey side for smoothing ridges... I wouldn't even have known that it was "rough" if I hadn't applied it to my nail! It is such a fine grit, and I don't know how it would have performed if I hadn't used the TRIM block prior to it, but I loved the performance anyway. As for the white, buffing side... don't get me started! Buffing with this block is almost effortless...

Here are the results of the EzFlow (left nail) versus the TRIM block (right nail). As you can see, the left nail is crazy shiny, it's almost as if I used a top coat! The right nail, not so much.

Another pic of the difference, TRIM on the left, EzFlow on the right:

I love this buffing block so much that I might buy a couple more, for just-in-cases! Already, my mother's resistant fingers  have snagged on the smooth white buffer surface, and I'm afraid it will happen again. It's not the block's fault though, my mother was like "meh!" and not really letting me manipulate her hand -.-


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