Nail polish boxes are containers provided to retail outlets to keep and display the brand. The boxes usually come in two forms: a stand-up display box or a counter display box.
The stand-up display boxes are usually placed on the counter and can be easily seen by customers. These boxes are usually rectangular, and they make them from a transparent material so customers can see the product. They place counter display boxes on the counter to make it visible to customers waiting in line. In cosmetics, nail polish boxes store and carry nail polish bottles. Today, there are dozens of nail boxes in the market. They make most of them of plastic. However, they make some of them of fabric or soft leather. We designed some nail polish boxes with a hinged top and a handle, making them convenient to carry around.
Delivering your products in secure packaging can make all the difference between a great and awful customer experience. Not just that, but you will also be facing expensive replacements and refunds when a product breaks during Shipment. Below are some ways you can affordably and quickly bring up the safety of your nail polish boxes.
We all know that most shipping companies are not the best at handling packages. Moreover, sending shipments as “fragile goods” can be insanely expensive too. Nail Polishes are one such product that requires some extra level of care. Because of their glass bottles and risk of leakage, you can’t compromise on your package safety.
Customers and Shipment requires secure Nail Polish Boxes:
Nail polish boxes are an extremely delicate product. To make it extra secure, it is important that the packaging is top not. Here are some tips you can follow.
Use Fillers for extra cushioning:
One of the main reasons things break in transit is excessive mobility. The more a product moves around the parcel, the higher the risk of collision and breakage. Using fillers can help you provide that extra cushioning to your nail polish to prevent this movement.
Not only this, when used in adequate quantity, they can also absorb shocks that come from rough parcel handling. Some common filters you can use are bubble wraps, packing peanuts, and packing foam. Bubble wraps are probably the cheapest solution and are more widely available. Keeping your nail polish wrapped up in bubble wraps can help it absorb shock, prevent movement, and act as a cushion throughout the shipment process.
Packing peanuts can be a more visually pleasing experience as they come in more variations and colors. Depending on your product design and packaging, you can use the colors and shapes that match you’re branding. However, you may be going for more environment-friendly packaging where you want to minimize the use of plastic. In such a case, you can plainly use thicker packaging such as corrugated cardboard with dividers. We discuss these in more detail below.
Use Arrange able Dividers:
Dividers can use for the same function as fillers. They can restrict movement and provide extra padding as well. There are some more premium options when buying dividers for a high-end product and brand. These include foam dividers and fabric cushion dividers. Foam and cushion dividers are also more environmentally friendly and provide a more decadent feel to your overall brand experience. However, if that is not within your budget, you can use simple cardboard dividers. Simply buy cardboard dividers that allow free assembly according to your needs.
By placing your nail polish in the center of these dividers, you can easily prevent collisions and breakage. It will ensure that your nail polish is always in the center and doesn’t touch any edges or sides. In such a case, even if there are a lot of bumps and shocks along the way, your nail polish will not feel the impact. You will find dividers handy and worth the price when shipping multiple nail polishes. Products don’t always break due to external factors. Sometimes, when sent in loose packaging, your nail polishes can also collide with each other and break.
Given the hard glass body of these, a sudden shock is all it takes for them to collide with each other and break.
Use Padded Boxes:
This step can save you from having to go through a dual-step process where you add additional layers of cushioning. Instead, you can simply buy more secure boxes with built-in padding with either plain or egg crate foam. Buying a lot of bubble wrap, packing peanuts, and dividers can prove more expensive over time. These also require a lot of extra labor and time that could be spent on improving your business. Some packaging services will also have premium-quality boxes that are purposefully built for fragile products.
They allow you to customize the padding and every aspect of the dimension, material, and finishing of the nail polish box. Because packaging specialists and expert artisans design them, they also offer a more polished look. Compared to bubble wraps, peanut fillers, or dividers requiring manual assembly, such padding will look cleaner and perfectly match the box’s dimensions.
However, you can also DIY this protection when on a tight budget. Packaging foam is often made with dense and shock-absorbent foam and can be used as an alternative. You can measure the size of your box and cut the foam accordingly. To DIY a premium look, you can even wrap the foam in a velvet or satin fabric. You will also be able to find a lot of variety in terms of thickness, density, and color.
Using a less dense foam can actually help you achieve the same effect as that of indented boxes discussed below.
Use Indented Boxes on Nail Polish Boxes:
You have probably seen customized boxes that come with a certain grooved, cut, or otherwise shaped interior that perfectly matches a product’s body. The cheapest examples are pen boxes, cookie tins, and makeup kits. These often come with a cardboard or plastic inside that is indented to hold a specific type of product perfectly. Such boxes are also available for nail polishes and can be ordered with customization. Using these will help you keep the nail polish in place while also making it look more aesthetically pleasing. Also, this step will make your nail polish box packaging a lot more pleasing.
If you want to go for a more premium touch, you can use other materials in place of cardboard or plastic. Premium options include fabric-layered insides with foam or hardboard and a sturdier and dense body. You don’t always need a perfect mold that matches your nail polish from every side. Simply using a box with rectangular indentations can also help. Two things to always consider are the width and height of the indentation.
The tighter and more matched grip it provides, the more secure your nail polishes will be. Depending on the body of your nail polish, finding the perfect indented box may be easier or harder. Typically, straight nail polishes with no curves will have more compatible boxes on the market, even without customization. However, a more curved, non-uniform, and unique shape may require some levels of customization.
Nail polish boxes make all the difference for your cosmetic products. Follow the above-mentioned products to keep them extra secure.