3-D Nail Art in Seconds! Revolutionary formula infused with metallic particles that move when exposed to the specially designed magnet to create an extraordinary effect.
This was my first time trying the magnetic nail art, and I loved it. The effect was amazing and the nail colour was gorgeous! I am a big fan of Sally Hansen's nail polish because of the coverage. If you can find it definitely pick it up
This nail polish effect was super easy to achieve. Paint one coat on all of your nails and let it dry, then add a second coat and put the magnet over your nail (using the cuticle guide) for about 10 seconds. Make sure the second coat is thick enough to actually move when you put the magnet over your nail! Easy as pie! Love this product!!! Just wouldn't mind if it was a little cheaper!
I have this in the color silver elements and it goes on nicely. I love the 3d effect of magnetic nail polish and i think $5 dollars cheaper than my nail effects one from Sephora. Overall if you are looking for a new cool nail polish with epic design get this!
I really like this polish! I have the silver one and it's on my nails right now but it does chip faster but I didn't put any top coats on so that might be why. definitely great!
I love it!
Magnetic nail polish is really cool. I personally like super bright colors, like yellow and blue and pink but this silver one is seriously awesome. I'll be buying it again when I use it up!
I have this in purple and green shade. I love the 3d magnetic effect on the nail. It also makes the color vivid and bright. I recommend this polish for anyone who wants their nails to look different and stand out!
I love the look of magnetic polishes, and was excited when I found a magnet kit that provided 3 additional patterns other than the waves that come with this one. I found that it works best when the magnet is immediately placed over the nail after the paint goes on in one thin coat. Even then, the pattern may or may not fully develop the way you want. You also have to be careful not to touch the magnet to the wet nail polish. But once I figured out how it's done, I'm really happy with how it looks.
Sally Hansen jumps on the magnetic nail trend with their new Magnetic Nail Color. This new nail line is "Summer's hottest nail trend that allows you to create a gorgeous 3D nail art effect in just seconds. This unique formula was specially developed with metallic particles - just hold the built in magnet over wet polish to reveal a unique design on the nail". Sally Hansen has 8 magnetic shades available. Sally Hansen nail products are DBT, Formaldehyde, and Toluene free. This polish was made in America. Sally Hansen is owned by Coty Inc, who has a questionable animal testing policy, so please research it and form your own opinion before purchasing any Sally Hansen or Coty subsidiary products. I was sent this nail polish free for review purposes by Influenster. Sally Hansen products are widely available at drug and grocery stores, and most major retailers. Sally Hansen Magnetic Nail Colors sell for $9.99 for .31fl oz (9.17ml). This polish was made in the USA. Sally Hansen's Magnetic polishes have chunky but functional packaging. The cap, with attached magnet, pulls off to reveal a smaller cap. The bottle; glass obviously; is short and round. The front portion of the label features only the name of the product. The back bit includes directions, two simple steps to create magnetic nail designs, peeling back the label reveals the same directions written in french and the full ingredient list. The magnet is really convenient. It's large enough for even the longest and widest nails. There is a lip at the base of the magnet meant to be placed on your cuticle to help balance the magnet and keep you from denting your polish with it. Of course I've managed to mess up a couple times, but no big deal, it chips right off the magnet when it dries. The brush is pretty simple. It's short, flat and wide. It spreads well and covers my nails in one stroke. No splaying bristles or any icky stuff. The cap seems to be attached well. So how does magnetic polish work? To put it in the simplest terms, there are little metal bits in the polish that react to the magnet. #science. Using magnetic polish is super easy, probably the fastest form of nail art. You apply the first coat then let it dry. Moments later, apply the second, thicker coat, hover the magnet over the wet polish, immediately after application. The magnet only needs to be in place for 10-15 seconds for the design to form. I don't know if it's just me but my nails feel a little bit funny while the design is forming, like you can feel the magnetic attraction. Remove the magnet and suddenly..NAIL ART. It takes almost zero effort and doesn't require a super steady hand, so it's perfect for the nail art inept (that includes me). The design isn't anything super unique just some wavy lines, but it still looks cool Sally Hansen calls the design 3D, but I'd call it holographic. Polar Purple applies really well. It goes on smooth with even coats. No brush strokes, which is impressive for a metallic finish polish. Though you need two coats for the magnetic design to be at it's best; if you want to use Polar Purple as a regular polish or only have the design as an accent nail, this polish is opaque in one coat. I love opacity. This polish dries super fast, dry to the touch within seconds. I swear it's the fastest drying polish I have. Great right? Yeah, but here's a big let down. Tip wear sets in almost instantly and this polish chips horribly. I know I tend to have wear issues even when others don't, but really it's not just me this time. I read reviews on Influenster and it seems like a lot of people are having this problem. I normally get really great wear from Sally Hansen polishes, so that makes this polish's chippy nature twice as disappointing. The color of Polar Purple is interesting. I'd call it a dusty, greyed purple, but it's one of those colors that isn't so easily defined. The color can vary depending on how many coats you've applied and how long it's been exposed to the magnetic. Polar Purple varies from a rich intense purple to a smokey, dull mauve. Definitely interesting, but not necessarily pretty. Very fall/winter. While I'm glad to have finally tried a magnetic polish and like Sally Hansen as an overall brand, this magnetic polish let me down. The formula can use a lot of improvement, the wear is really really poor. The color is nice, the design is cool, the packaging is functional and the product is really easy to use over all, but what does that matter if the results only last a little while? The concept and science behind magnetic nail polish is neat, but it's a trend I'd rather skip if all magnetic polishes are this finnicky. I'm really disappointed by Sally Hansen's Magnetic Nail Color. This brand is capable of way better lacquers. Also the $10 price tag is way too high for the brand. I could buy a China Glaze, O.P.I, Orly, or Zoya polish for less than the cost of this polish. I only recommend Sally Hansen's Magnetic Nail Color if you have a coupon or a sale is on. I wouldn't purchase this product, I'm kinda glad I got it for free
I love the magnetic effect. The downfall for me with this nail polish along with virtually all Sally Hansen polishes is it lifts off my nails and basically falls off, with numerous base and top coats as well as just applied alone. So although its reasonably priced and looks cool I will not be repurchase or buying the other colours.