Magnetic nail polish is the new and current trend in nail polish and I was able to get my hands on the Polar Purple!
Sally Hansen Magnetic Nail Color
NEW! Sally Hansen Magnetic Nail Color is summer’s hottest nail trend that allows you to create a gorgeous 3-D nail art effect in just seconds. This unique formula has been specially developed with metallic particles – just hold the built-in magnet over wet polish to reveal a unique design on the nail. Seal with a topcoat for extra shine! Learn more at www.sallyhansen.com
Easy steps STEP 1 Shake and Apply 2 coats
STEP 2 Hold Magnet for 10 seconds over wet nail polish
Instant Attraction! Let dry and seal with a top coat for extra shine
Where to Buy
Available at chain drug stores, food stores and mass merchandisers nationally.
Suggested Retail Price: $9.99
The Test - In May I received a magnetic polish in Kylie (a purple shade) from Julep, I was already familiar with using a magnetic polish when I received this Sally Hansen magnetic polish in Polar Purple.
Want to create Magnetic Cupcakes using this magnetic nail polish? Here's a tutorial -
While creating the tutorial, this was the first time I had used the Polar Purple and felt that I had gotten the same results from when I used the Julep polish. Overall, I liked this polish because it gave me the '3D' effect without too much work. The price for a bottle is great at $9.99 given there are similar bottles for over this amount and it is easily available at a majority of retail stores. There are 8 beautiful colors to choose from and some of which are perfect as we quickly approach fall. Pro - Easy to use & remove Each nail design is unique Great way to create 3D effect with only one product Easily available at majority retail store Reasonably priced for a multi-functional polish
Ranked: 5 out 5 stars
Recommend to a friend? YES!
What do you think of magnetic polishes? Have you picked up on this trend?
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