Magentic nail polish’s unique designs are quite a big trend in nail art so I decided to try out the Faces one. I chose the colour ‘Metallic Pink’ which is a dark, almost-purple pink with purple shimmer. In the bottle you can also see some silvery shimmer particles which I guess are the magnetic particles that give create the designs.
The cap of the bottle has a removable magnetic cover which is to be held over the freshly painted nail for 10 seconds to get the design.
It is a little time consuming as you have to do one nail at a time and ‘magnetise’ each nail before you move on to the next..
The polish is quite opaque and one coat is quite enough to give good coverage and isnt streaky. The purple shimmers too look quite lovely! However, by the time I reached the third nail of the second hand, I felt that the magnet had lost its “power” coz I failed to get any clear design on the last three nails that I did. Perhaps I failed to shake the bottle well before applying or perhaps the magnet needed a rest…
Overall, I did like the quality of the colour, I’ll try it out once again and see whether the magnet behaves better next time around. Maybe it is I who need more practise.
Price-wise, it is definitely on the higher side, it is Rs. 550 for 9.8ml (which is more expensive than OPI in India). I would surely think twice before buying more colours from this range and ofcourse testing out the magnet for longer before splurging on other shades.
What do you think? Are you tempted to try it out?
12 Replies to “Faces Magnetix Nail Laquer in Mettalic Pink – Review and Swatches”
I m liking it.. but not the price. Though the quantity is definitely more than the MUA bottle and justifiable…:(
Actually I don’t think I’ll be buying more of magnetic polishes…by the second day I got quite fed up of those squiggles on my nails…lol.
It does seem expensive but I have always wanted to try a magnetic nail paint… You have any suggestions? 🙂
Faces is the only one I kno of in India. Try it out at the store before splurging.
interesting but definitely expensive!
OPI costs rs. 520 and this one is 550!!!
Oh nice! I was thinking of ordering MUA’s magnetic nail paints. I guess I’ll try this first.
Try it out, I think you might like it 🙂
innovation, lovely shade
It is quite a beautiful colour and a nice concept…just hope the magnet starts behaving better.
Gives quite a different look for sure…try it out.
Looks beautiful Dollie 🙂
I have not tried magnetic nail paints yet 🙁
I am tempted now!