Tori Spelling recently blogged about using Piggy Paint for baby Hattie's first pedicure.
Jessica Alba is also a fan of Piggy Paint for her girls.
Larry Birkhead and Dannielynn stopped by to see Piggy Paint's new colors at ABC Kids Expo.
Piggy Paint first made its Hollywood debut at Stella McDermott’s first birthday party. Tori was ecstatic to discover this natural, eco-friendly kid nail polish and invited the small-town Piggy Paint girls from Missouri to paint nails at the celebration. View a photo slideshow of the event at the bottom of the page.
Tori didn’t have to fret about harsh, smelly chemicals, as Stella’s nails sparkled with Piggy Paint’s Sometimes Sweet polish at her extravagant birthday bash. This bright red color was also a favorite for the guests who visited “Stella’s Salon”.
To keep with the party’s theme, ladybug nails, using the Sometimes Sweet polish followed by dots of Piggy Paint’s black Sleepover polish, were requested by girls, boys, Moms and even a couple of Dads (who said that since Dean painted his toenails, it must be acceptable for them to sport a ladybug fingernail).
Tori said she planned on using the shimmery silver and black Piggy Paint polishes on her son Liam’s feet this summer, who always wants to be like his Dad.
Piggy Paint’s Girls Rule! polish was a top pick for, daughter of Larry Birkhead, and Rena Sofer’s little girl, while Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin’s girls chose the softer colors of Clouds of Candy and Angel Kisses, followed by a top coat of the shimmery Glass Slippers.
As the little guests’ nails were drying, they enjoyed singing “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” and the “ABC’s”. Melanie, a former teacher, says that even nail painting can be a fun, educational experience. Other clever ideas, such as using polish to teach color names and patterns, are explained on our Product page.
Each child left “Stella’s Salon” polished like a Princess (or Prince), and the parents were at ease as the kids licked their little piggies clean, in hopes to get every last drop of the scrumptious icing from Stella’s ladybug cake!
Piggy Paint takes the worry out of painting nails and puts the fun back into this enjoyable activity you can share with the special kids in your life. It has no foul odors, no toxic chemicals, and will not damage your little ones’ nails or the environment. Say good-bye to harsh, smelly chemicals and hello to Piggy Paint…it’s as Natural as Mud (or in this case, ladybugs)!