Nail Art Necessities: Picker Pencil

When visiting the store, we know there’s a lot to take in. It’s like a nail art wonderland here, and sometimes finding the perfect item can be a daunting task. To make it easier to be a nail-art goddess, we’re going to feature some awesome items in the “Nail Art Necessities” series. Look to these posts to find some items that you might not have known about before, but you really should check out!

Have you ever tried picking up a nail art decoration and dropped it a bunch of times or had to set it down and pick it up so many times just to grip it right? How about accidentally flung it across the room with your tweezers? We’ll let you guess which ones we’ve done (hint: it’s more than one of those!). It’s frustrating when things aren’t as smooth as we’d like. Have you ever wished for an easier way to place your nail art? Our first Nail Art Necessity is the Wax Picker Pencil. Let’s have a look…


The Wax Picker Pencil is an unsung hero for those who love nail art. This nifty wax pencil will easily grip all small- to medium-sized nail art, and even some larger pieces, allowing you to place it exactly where you want it. It’s not exactly a colored pencil (we’ve tried those), and it doesn’t leave marks on your art like a grease pencil (tried those too!).


To use, simply sharpen the pencil, then touch the piece you’d like to pick up. There’s no need to press hard. Once you’ve lifted the piece, gently place it onto nail glue or wet top coat. Pull the Wax Picker Pencil away and it should release the piece, leaving it perfectly placed. It’s not magic, but it’s super convenient.


This Nail Art Necessity is available in our store and on our website, Phoenix Beauty Lounge. Have you tried a wax picker pencil before? What are some other crazy things that have happened while you’ve been trying to pick up nail art decorations? Let us know in the comments!   🙂

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