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  • Suzanne Hand

    nail inc., LONDON, Magnetic Polish $16 What it is: A revolutionary magnetic nail lacquer used to create stunning 3D nail art designs in chic metallic shades. What it does: Get the wow factor with this revolutionary polish that lets 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: Trafalgar Square (chrome), Houses of Parliament (purple), and Whitehall Teal (teal). What else you need to know: 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. Size: 0.33 oz

  • Kim Smith

    Magnetic nail polish by Nails Inc. #nails #nailpolish

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  • Kyley Tate

    I think just using a magnet instead of buying a magnetic nail polish is way better. It gives the nail polish design a more natural look.

so interesting - magnetic nail polish: wave a magnet over it while it's still wet to create patterns

Magnetic nail polish - This is so cool and easy to do.. my daughter tried it on me.. LOVE!

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Magnetic nail polish guys. After application, run the magnet on the lid over your nail and you can make patterns. Mindblowing.

OMG. Magnetic nail designs! This is the coolest thing ever!

  • Ariana Brewer

    Do NOT buy the one from Nabi if you buy any. The magnet doesn't work! Magnetic nail polish smells sooooo bad! But it's pretty.

I haven't seen these in the stores yet but I'd like to give it a try.

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