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The genius new product that will change the way you paint your nails forever

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Anyone who has ever sat in bed or on a sofa and tried to paint their nails, while simultaneously attempting to keep the bottle of nail polish upright, will know the struggle is real.

From upending a bottle of cherry red polish over our new duvet cover to dripping glitter paint onto our housemate's favourite sofa throw (let's hope they're not reading this), our lazy approach to nail maintenance has often led to disaster.

Until now. Behold the tweexy, a brand new nail polish tool that promises to revolutionise the way we paint our nails forever (and hopefully save our home furnishings along the way).

A brilliantly simple idea, the tweexy is a rubber ring with a holder to keep your nail polish upright while you paint.

It has two adjustable finger holes meaning it fits everyone and, when you want to switch hands, you simply squeeze the two tabs on either side of the ring to gently remove it without smudging your handy work.

If you could see inside your tweexy... #manicure #pink #nailart #nailswag @thetweexy

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Look, you can even wear it upside down...

Crafted from long lasting silicone and designed to fit every conceivable size of nail varnish bottle, we predict the tweexy is going to be the Next Big Thing in beauty.

Plus, it costs just $14.95 (approximately £10.28, plus international shipping) from amazon.com, which is easily cheaper than replacing those ruined sheets and throws.

Sold.

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