Monday, January 30, 2012

LadyBug Nail Polish Holder Review - Pic Heavy

Today I am going to tell you my thoughts on the LadyBug Nail Polish Holder
Here is the product features from the Amazon page where this product is sold:
  • The LadyBug can be tipped at an angle (and stay there) when polish runs low
  • Versatile design holds nail polish bottles of any size and shape
  • Eliminate annoying and destructive nail polish spills
  • Made with high-strength, durable plastic that is designed to withstand a fall
  • The base is made of the same slip-resistant plastic used for handheld electronics

The LadyBug Polish Holder is a half moon shaped red plastic holder with 3 black non-slip circles on the bottom and foam on the inside. 

This is what the foam looks like if you take it out.
I'm not sure this is recommended but I thought I
would show you. It slipped right back in.

Tipped at an angle. 

I figured that I would try different polish brands in it and it did hold all of them well.

Cover Girl

butter London

Sally Hansen
Dollish Polish Mini

Wet N Wild
Hard Candy Mini

Bootie Babe

It does help keep polishes from spilling. When I was stamping I was trying to get the brush back in the bottle quickly and would have knocked it over a couple times if they weren't in this. It just rocks back and forth, like a Weeble. The middle black circle keeps it from slipping.

The two black circles on the sides are so you can tip the holder on a angle to get to polishes that are emptier. I don't really have many that are really empty so I found the best one I could.
I couldn't get it to stay tipped while sitting on my black felt,
it was double layered. 

As you can see it helps get the polish to the brush. 

Now the thing I didn't like as much. 
The two side circles are kind of concave in the holder so when you tip it on a slippery surface (like my laptop) it doesn't hold all that well. It does keep the polish from sliding somewhat but it does still slide. 

This picture was taken after I took the sides of the black disk and squeezed it so that more of it touched the surface I was putting it on. They were originally glued to the holder but in order for it to not slide I had to pull on them. It would be better if the disks were flatter. 

Honestly for the price I can deal with having to squeeze the disks a little before I use it. 
The LadyBug Polish Holder is $7.95 on Amazon
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This product was sent to me for review. The opinions expressed are my own. 


  1. Very good review! I'm sure it would help me tremendously with my arthritic hands!

  2. This is a very clever product. I've been looking for something like this. thanks for the review!

  3. Thanks for the review! This is really clever, I guess sometime in the future I'll need one of my own(I have polish spills every where - clumsy me=P)

  4. sounds great for bloggers who do a lot of swatching and stamping etc. great review!