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Nails of the Day – Nails Inc Whitehall

Nails inc have recently added three magnetic polishes to their range – Whitehall, which is the gorgeous teal colour I am showing below, Trafalgar Square – silver and Houses of Parliament which is metallic purple.

This was the first time I had applied magnetic polish by myself – you have to paint your nails with one coat of the polish – which is very opaque, my nails were completely covered with that one coat. You then go back and apply a generous amount of polish to a nail, then hold the magnet (which in this case is on top of the lid) over your nail for 10-15 seconds to let the magnet do it’s magic. It’s really rather easy – a lot easier than the finished effect looks!

I wore this polish to a catwalk show I was doing the make up for, and literally every person that came into contact with me asked me what I was wearing on my nails, wanted to see it closer, promised they were going to go and get some as they were so in love with it! I have to agree that it is pretty amazing. Not only is it metallic, but it has an almost holographic, iridescent quality to it – there is so much depth to be seen. My nails were left extremely glossy and were evidently very noticeable!

You can purchase these polishes at www.nailsinc.com for £13 each – nails inc are donating £1 from each sale of magnetic polish to youth charity The Princes Trust.

Have you tried magnetic polish yet? What do you make of it!?


  1. December 9, 2011 / 12:22 pm

    Woah, that's lovely. The Nails Inc magnetic colours lok so much nicer than the 17/Fashionista ones (which are exactly the same as each other, yawn), much more depth and more dramatic colour shift. May have to invest in this one! Though I am impatiently waiting for a star magnet to be launched! (Fashionista are going to do one, but who knows when that will be…) x

  2. December 9, 2011 / 4:41 pm

    How bizarre My press release clearly has a raspberry bottle labeled Kensington! I've edited it now though – thank you! x

    TPR – yes, definitely a lot of drama going on here! x

  3. December 12, 2011 / 12:58 pm

    Pretty in Pink – no that wasn't it! It was a full on metallic shade – it was actually called Kensington Palace!

    Chloe, I dont think there are those shades (yet) in the nails inc collection x

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