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That’s what attracted me to magnetic nail polish. After
painting on a coat, you hold the handy dandy magnet over the nail while the
itty-bitty iron particles move toward the magnet. The result is a crazy cool 3D
pattern in no more than a few minutes.
At $16 a bottle, it's a little pricey, but this isn’t a one trick polish. Chevrons, stripes,
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by doglover50 on 8/3/2012 9:43:11 AM
There's a brand called LA Girls Cosmetics that they sell at Five Below for $5, and it works the same as some of those more expensive brands.
I'd found that it's easier to paint one coat of the polish, let it dry, and then paint another coat and do the magnetic effect. Sometimes the magnetic effect works so well that it reveals some of your fingernail if you have just one coat on.
And it actually takes forever to get the hang of it. I had to repaint my nails like, fifty times before I got the hang of it. Because if you let your nails dry for even one second, it won't work. I have a paper towel down so that (with the LA girls brand, the magnet is removable, not attatched)once I paint my nails, I can just chuck the brush and hold the magnet over my nails as fast as I can. You have to hold it as close as possible without touching your nail, and 10 seconds works.
But with your thumb nail, I tend to have to paint it in halves, because the magnet isn't big enough.
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