Pinky color swirl - glass wands by Pyrexions - review by Wickedwallflowers

Pinky color swirl

Glass wands by Pyrexions

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Pinky color swirl sex toy review

In the end, Pinky didn't get the whole job done for me. For me, it was too smooth and the diameter was small. I would recommend the Pinky color swirl for a great beginner toy. It would be great for the inexperienced.
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somewhat useful review
When I first saw I was getting the Pinky color swirl, I had a few things pop into my mind. One; I’m going to have to buy something to keep all these nice toys I’m getting. Two; why is it called Pinky color swirl. It’s not pink at all; it’s a beautiful glass shaft with a bluish green glitter ball. It’s beautiful, and like everyone has said before, it could be set out on the shelf to be a piece of art. My friend that I talk to online told me it looked like a big thermometer. I laughed and said “take my temperature, baby.”

When I took the Pinky out of the box, I was kind of upset that it just came in a white box with pink paper in it. It was just left to roll around in the box. I would have liked it to be in a box that fit it. This one was just too big to be shipped in. Although it did get to me just fine, I still think it could be better packaged.

That night, my husband put the Pinky on the bed so that it would be there when we lay down. When I crawled in, it was dark and I had sat right on the Pinky. That glass is just cold as ice. My husband laughed and said “well, we will just have to warm you and the toy up.” The first touch near my clit sent shivers up my spine. There was no problem inserting the Pinky; it slid in smoothly. My body heat warmed it up pretty quickly and made my juices flow.

In the end, Pinky didn’t get the whole job done for me. For me, it was too smooth and the diameter was small. I would recommend the Pinky color swirl for a great beginner sex toy. It would be great for the inexperienced.

Don't forget to play with the temperatures but be careful of making the dildo too hot; glass does burn [Editor’s note: Warm it up in hot water or cool it ice water; do not freeze].
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • eurydice
    Hi! Which end did you insert? I'm wondering if the swirled end was any better...?
  • You know what I don't rember if we even used the swirl end but you know what i'm doing tonight :D I will let you know tommorrw which end was better.
  • Nashville
    It's really quite lovely and it's priced well. Too bad it's so thin!
  • darkkitty
    Nice review!
  • evanovca
    Good review.
  • 0
    Thanks for the review...I love how this looks!
  • LoveDove
    As someone who has done a lot of work with art glass - glass doesn't burn. If you get it hot enough (we're talking two to three thousand degrees here) it becomes molten and pliable. You can't do any damage to glass. The idea of "burning" glass comes from the additives in colors added to glass (gold or silver particles) and/or something burning "on" to the glass, say...sugar.
  • Princess Zelda
    thank you
  • Jenny Smith
    Thank you for the review
  • roskat
    Looks like a very basic toy.
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