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nails inc. Wave Magnetic Polish
4.12 / 5 based on 91 Reviews
A trio of magnetic polishes to create stunning 3D nail art designs in a selection of chic metallic shades. Get the wow factor with this revolutionary new polish that let you create gorgeous nail art effects in just a few minutes using nails inc. Textured, special effects nails are big news for this season and the ultimate fashion and party accessory. Choose from three magnetic polishes named after iconic London attractions.This set contains:- 3 x 0.33 oz Wave Magnetic Polish in Houses of Parliament (purple),Trafalgar Square (chrome), and Whitehall Teal (teal) This unique formula has been specially developed with metallic particles to create a pattern on the nail using magnetic forces. As the magnet is held over the nail, the iron powder in the formulation gravitates toward the magnet forming the pattern secretly hidden in the magnet for an astonishing finish. The magnet is included in the cap of the nail polish.How to get the magnetic effect:-Remove any oil from your nails by cleaning your nails with nail polish remover.-Take off the over-cap that contains the magnet and set aside. -There is an inner cap that you can use to apply the magnetic polish.-Apply one coat of your selected nails inc. base coat.-Then, apply one coat of your chosen magnetic polish on all 10 nails and let dry for a few minutes.-To create the "magnetic effect," apply a generous coat of magnetic polish to one nail, and immediately hold the cap that contains the magnet over the nail. (Do this quickly while the polish is still wet. There is a small lip on the cap which should be placed just below your cuticle allowing the magnet to be positioned perfectly over your nail.) Hold very close to the nail for 10-15 seconds, taking care not to touch the nail with the magnet.-Repeat on all 10 nails and apply a top coat to seal the design.See nails inc. Magnetic Polish in actionsee more...
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nails inc. Wave Magnetic Polish
Review for: Trafalgar Square more...
This was my first experience using a magnetic nail polish and I had heard mixed reviews on all different brands. The instructions tell you to put down a base coat of this polish, let it completely dry, then put a second coat on and use the magnetic top to make the pattern shown on the cap. I didn't follow those directions. Instead I used a very bright color as my base coat, such as bright pink or bright teal. Then applied the Nails Inc magnetic polish and used the magnetic cap over the wet polish. The result was a very neat metallic wave pattern over my bright pink.
Such a unique idea for nail polish! You apply a layer and then flip the cap upside down so that the magnet forms a design with the polish. Super easy and very cool effects! The only negative is that it is easy to accidentally hit the magnet to your nail and mess them up if you aren’t careful. Otherwise it is a very cool product and fun to use!
This is a really fun novelty product that works as well as any nailpolish brand I have tried. You can't use other magnets with it, as it will not give you a pattern, but there are several fridge magnet type patterns available in this brand. You hold the magnet near your nail when wet for a cool no work nail art pattern.
I used a purple one for my wedding day! The pics we got of our hands with our rings on, awesome with this nail polish. I love playing with it to see the different designs it will make.
Review for: London Town more...
Not crazy about this product. Now, there's a very good possibility that I just have small nails, because I have small hands..but I don't think they're abnormal or anything. Anyway, my issues with this product are as follows: #1 I had to put my finger over the magnet (and vice versa) several, several times and very close before I even saw anything change. #2 When I finally did see a change, the design was too large for my nails, so it was just a little blip difference on my nail, not the full pattern it was supposed to be. I followed the instructions and used two coats, which I don't really like to do because it's time consuming. The color was nice..but that wasn't the reason I bought it. The reason I bought it was because I like the idea of a magnetic design. But it wasn't worth the price and it didn't work out the way it was supposed to.
Review for: London Town more...
The color looks a lot better on your nails than it does in the bottle. In the bottle it looks like a poopy metallic brown but on the nails its a lighter chocolate brown with shimmer stripes. If you have small nails you might not enjoy this polish, it looks a lot better on longer nails. I enjoy the pattern but it can be tricky to not touch the magnet to your wet nail polish. If you touch the polish you have to start all over again.
This polish comes in a few colors and the quality is pretty good. The magnet makes a cool design, which is great because you don't have to do anything. The only thing I don't like is how careful you have to be when holding the magnet over the polish. If it touches the polish, that nail is pretty much ruined. If the magnet isn't close enough, you won't get a design. And by the time you see that you've messed up, it's too late to redo it because the polish is already dry.
I was excited to try this out and found it by surprise at the 99 Cent only store ($1.99). Not hesitant at all at that price. My nails turned out so cool! The magnet leaves a pattern and if you go by the directions, you'll have no problem. I'm someone who always reads directions thoroughly before trying out any new products. I did mess up a few nails by not paying close attention when applying the magnet. The magnet touched the top of my nail, but i just put on another swipe of polish and did the magnet again. Not a difficult fix. Overall, this is really fun to do and gives you a different look, which I love. I got a good price, too. Love!
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Is it hard to get the magnetic design to show?
My like colors Purple, Blue, Pink, Brown and Red.
Does this actually work?
Can someone show ,e what it looks like ? I have some magnetic polish and I tried to use it , but I could not get it to work .
Does this really work? I have been looking to invest in getting all different colors.
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