Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Magnetic Nails Art | Beauty Tips - Homemade Beauty Tips

Magnetic Nails Art | Beauty Tips - Homemade Beauty Tips

Magnetic Nails Art

This article is about the upcoming nail polish trend “Magnetic nails”. Magnetic nail polish is creating the new trends in the Nail art fashion. Magnetic nail polish offer unique and different nail design and have new options for creativity. Magnetic nail polishes contain iron powder that forms dark, wavy shapes when affected by a magnet.

How to Apply Magnetic Nail Polish

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Step 1 :       If you want to do the magnet nail art to your nails then you have to purchase the magnetic nail polish first. Be aware that it can be fairly expensive, but that’s to be expected since it’s mostly available from higher-end brands and it’s a very different formula from typical nail polish. Some of the brands sell Magnet with magnetic nail polish & some brands deal the Magnet separately
Step 2 :       After getting the polish, you are able to do the magnetic nail polish (I hope you already have the basic accessories for nail polish). Apply the base coats to your nails. While not totally necessary, base coats protect and strengthen your nails and help your polish stay on longer.
Step 3 :        Don’t use the magnet on first coat of nail polish. Having one solid layer helps make your designs pop more and allows some room for error in case you miss a spot with your second coat.
Step 4 :        Layla and Nails Inc. polishes come with a magnet on the lid. Nails Inc.’s has a little ridge to place on your cuticle that allows you to keep the magnet steady, but it’s set up to only make horizontal lines and can be hard to turn to achieve other effects. Layla’s is round with a stripe to indicate the direction of the magnetic field and can easily be turned to make lines in any direction. LCN requires you to purchase a separate magnet, and you can choose between a stripe pattern or a sunburst. If you’re adventurous, you can also use any other magnets you may have laying around your house.
Step 1 :       Apply a thick layer of magnetic polish t o the nails. It should not be dripping all over the place or pooling on your nails, but you will want a little more polish than you would regularly apply.

Step 6 :       Use the magnet before the polish dry. Depending on what kind of magnet you’re using, there are different ways to do this, but even if you “mess up”, don’t fret. Magnetic polish is meant to create unique, often imperfect designs, and that’s part of what makes it fun. Be careful not to touch the magnet to the wet polish, however, as it can really make a mess.

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