Saturday, December 8, 2012
Magnetic Nail polish
What they tell you to do:
No base coat!
One layer of the nail polish
Quickly apply the magnet without touching the nail to each nail just after you finish the coat
Move on to the next nail.
It is that easy!!!
I ended up using Revlon's Star attraction. The next ones I want to try are OPI's polish and LCN's polish. I will let you in on a little secret. While magnetic nail polish has been going for a while very few people know about it or use it. I went into a nail salon and asked for help and they didn't even know what I was talking about. Give it a shot it is a fun new way to do nail polish.
So the steps and advice from me on how to get it to work”
Paint all your nails with a (very small glitter) polish in a shade that is close to the magnetic one.
Allow your nails to dry.
On only one nail, apply the magnetic polish.
While the polish is still really wet, carefully hold the magnet as close as you can without touching the nail.
Hold for 15 seconds, after that the polish is pretty dry.
Continue with each nail until you are finished.
It is important that you work with only one nail at a time.
Otherwise the polish dries and it won't work.
While this is not as easy as they say it is, it is still a neat effect.
Questions of the day!
Have you ever tried any of the magnetic polishes? If not are you going to?
If you have tried them, what did you think?