Did you know Sinful Colors came out with a magnetic line immediately following Wet N Wild’s magnetic line??
Neither did I until I stumbled across the display at Target a few weeks back. The majority of the colors looked intensely sparkly, all feature star magnet shapes and, while more expensive than other lacquers in the Sinful Colors line at $4.99/pop, they are cheaper than brands such as CG and Sally Hansen whose magnetic lines retail for $9 and up.
So naturally I was instantly drawn to them. Pulled to this line like something that draws things together… typically various types of metal with specific properties… some sort of attraction…is there a word for that? THEY PULLED ME IN LIKE A TOW-TRUCK. Yeah, that’s what I was looking for.
There were a few testers out so with Mr. NB’s help I tested away with high hopes. (You’ll actually get to see the magnificent results of my work and his fingers in this post)
“Polar Opposites” was the only one I walked away with and after the jump you’ll see why…
See full swatches & review of this polish along with why I feel this is the only worthwhile one of the bunch, after the jump!!!
I recently caught word of Wet N’ Wild’s release of their very own, limited edition, magnetic nail polish line and just a few days ago I stumbled upon the brand new display at a CVS…
See Swatches and More After the Jump!!
A little background information:
What it is:
A revolutionary magnetic nail lacquer used to create a stunning 3D fishnet effect.
What it does:
Create gorgeous nail art in minutes with this revolutionary polish that uses a magnet to create an amazing nail art design. This unique formula has been specially developed with metallic particles to create a fishnet nail effect using magnetic forces. As the magnet is held over the nail, the iron powder in the formulation gravitates toward the magnet forming the pattern hidden in the magnet for an astonishing finish.
What else you need to know:
Textured, special effects nails are still big news and the ultimate fashion accessory. Choose from three fishnet magnetic polishes named after iconic London locations.