I got a nail kit for Christmas. Thanks God my husband is a smart man and he didn't pay full price for it ($90)! I think he got is for about $30.00
Nail buffer well I had one from Revlon before ($6)- works the same. I only use one rougher side as if you shine you nails it will make your nail polish to chip really fast (like within few hours)
Body lotion (my case milk and honey) Nice texture, nice smell, absorbs quickly. BUT has silicones and parabens and other not so nice ingredients. Still use it as hand cream once in a while.
Cuticle oil - well any oil will work the same i mean it does what it should but doesn’t worth the price.
It's kind of expensive considering the fact that you can only use it a few times before you have to change it again. Other than that it will shine you nails for a while I think about 2 weeks and you can use the buffer before it goes bad on two sets of full nails
Well, the only reason I can think of for the salespeople to be so pushy is that they NEED to be this pushy in order to sell anything at all. Because their products are terrible. Yes, I fell for it when I was young and stupid. And yes, I admit that the $60 nail buffer did make my nails nice and shiny. But then it wore out, and I bought a $5 at the drugstore as a replacement. Guess what? It made my nails even shinier than the one I paid $60 for from Seacret! Please don't waste your money.
I also saw a demonstration of this product with my mom at the mall, but the pushy salesperson just made us skeptical. Yes the product gives you very shiny nails and actually all the products are great quality and give amazing results, but I hate buying from those Kiosk people.
Thankfully years later this company has turned into a MLM so we could buy from someone we trust. Now we are selling them too. We get all their awesome products at a super discount and make money selling them!
We just went to www.seacretdirect.com/jurybyrd . You can order online or call the number and you can sell the products or get a preferred customer discount.
Bought this out of pity from a pushy salesman at a mall. Got this with a lotion, cuticle oil and nail file for around 60 bucks.
This is probably my favorite item from the set, though I love them all! It really makes your nails look great and like you have clear nail polish on. And it lasts for a month! I love using this because I'm a dancer and around show and competition season, I can't have colored nail polish on, but clear tends to peal off easily. I just use this!
Will repurchase, but not from the mall again. The salesperson was just too pushy and annoying for me and the entire interaction was just awkward. Buying from Amazon from now on, it's much cheaper there anyways.
A pushy salesman made my mom buy this. -.- But she did a decent job on negotiating with him. She got 2 nail care sets, a anti ageing eyecream, toner, body lotion and a mask for $200. (Don't think its worth it still!) But anyways back to the buffer, it does a good job making you're nails healthy and glow. Lasts for about a month? But I'm not that picky with my nails so I wouldn't want to get it again. Reason I'm giving it a 3 is because the salesman was really pushy and annoying.
-Makes your nails healthy
-Lasts for a month
-Pushy and annoying salesman
I love this buffer!!!!
My nails are super shiny after using them--no need for polish! It is also really nice to use nail polish over on top of buffed nails... the application just seems a lot smoother. A little pricey but thats why they now have agents that can sell these items for wholesale price :)
I never fall for hard-selling promoters but was about to be suckered into buying Seacrest's products. Thankfully I read some of the honest reviews on MUA.
So the pesky salesman just wouldn't let me walk-away and INSISTED on filing my nails and following up with "cuticle" treatment. All of which I did. He kept enticing me with all the scented lotions...telling me today is the "LAST" day of sales... your nail will remain like this for 2 week....I knew he was fobbing....anyway, I don't know what this silly nail treatment is but it doesn't seem to be very good on your nails...i mean my nail's surface has been scraped off.... while it does look good, I'm not sure its something I would recommend people do... besides the salesman was selling it so much I started having doubts about the quality of the product...when I mentioned the cream has silicone in it...he just mumbled about the product being very good....yeah right... don't buy it guys, it feels like a scam to me !
Revlon makes a similar product that works just as well, lasts longer, only costs $6 CAD (probably cheaper in the US), and doesn't involve pushy salespeople that dupe you into overpriced products by making you think you're getting a deal. I do not recommend anything made by Seacret.
I didn't get my seacret nail buffer from a kiosk in the mall but rather, ordered from a reputable seller on Ebay. I paid less than $5 for it and I do have to say that I love it! It is far more durable than the other two off brands that I purchased. I would highly recommend and would not hesitate to repurchase.