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Sunday, January 20, 2013

Chick Magnet

Hello Nail Surfers

Welcome to My Beach

So the other day I was gazing at my nail supplies and realized
that I have not done Mani's with Magnetic Polishes.
Now ya it's another Fad. Came and has already left for some.
I wanted to use these differently. So I ended up with a gradient style base.
On to the pics and I'll explain more fun facts about these polishes.

SURFS UP....
***High Tide Warning!***

 Okay  First thing.. These are Mash's Brand and I have noticed that 
All of their Nail polishes Have "Not" been tested on Animals. 
Any top coat will reactivate the magnetic ability.
Therefore doing any style of base coats should be possible.
These bottles are 0.33 oz or 9.8 ml
The cap is removable and your magnetic is on top.
What I didn't like was it doesn't show the design and it only comes in 1 design,
but in multiple colors. Other magnets you may already have will work also with this.
Plus...* These suckers Stamp Great** 

I used Mash White Stamping Polish along with  M 36
These do not work well with the lint roller/tape tip.

These polishes do not have names. They do come in a variety of colors tho,
and knowing that they stamp also is a plus. The White Stamping polish is still
\holding up pretty good against dark colors. I like how the stamping polish doesn't smear and
that its not transparent like other tend to be.

Thank You for surfing My Wave.
I hope you enjoyed your visit at My Beach.





6 comments:

  1. So are you saying that's how you did multiple colors? Colors first then magnet applied after the top coat??

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    1. Yes Stephanie Kepper. You do need to still do 1 finger with top coat at a time. :

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  2. Yes Stephanie Kepper. You do need to still do 1 finger with top coat at a time. :)

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  3. Wow, I never would have thought of trying that. That is so cool. A new way to use magnetic polishes. I love your blog and all your amazing manis!

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    1. Aww.. Thank You so much Guy Polish. (Jim)
      There's other techniques I'd still like to play with using these polishes.. Most of these polishes are awesome colors just as they are alone... And they do stamp as well :). So many possibilities.
      I am actually working on a new one as I type.... Fingers crossed I don't fubar

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