opposites attract: magnetized nail polish

Thanks to the resurfacing of crackle nail polish (which, for those who didn’t know, was produced by Cover Girl about five years ago) and the look of “ombre” nails, a new trend is emerging that manicure junkies can now try; magnetic nail polish.

Produced by nails inc., the Magnetic Polish line was designed to allow the wearer to create their own nail art. Each bottle comes with a magnet that activates the iron powder found in the lacquer. Simply apply a base coat of the polish, and once dry, apply another coat. Immediately take the magnet and hold over wet nail for 10-15 seconds to create your own unique pattern.

nails inc. Magnetic Polish comes in three colours; Trafalgar Square (chrome), Houses of Parliament (purple) and Big Ben (gold) and is available at Sephora for $16 per bottle, or $30 for a sampler of all three colours.


2 Comments on “opposites attract: magnetized nail polish”

  1. Meg says:

    try about 12 years ago by covergirl.. glad you mentioned it because I have felt like a crazy person and the only one who remembered it.

    • carly says:

      It was called “Crackle” right?

      Everyone said “This is so new!”
      And all I could think was “Are you serious? I was using this when I was 12 and it was called Crackle, not Shatter.”

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