Nails Inc. Trafalgar Square

7:45 PM Laura 0 Comments

So today I'll start showing you the polish I got for Christmas! We'll start with an awesome one, Nails Inc. Trafalgar Square.







Trafalgar Square is a magnetic polish! My brother got it for me, I thought none of the Sephoras anywhere near me carried any Nails Inc. but apparently they do! So this is good news.

It's pretty easy to use, the magnet is on the cap (the cap is removable, a la Chanel or Butter London).


That little thing on the right is a little curved piece of plastic that you put on your cuticle so that you can get as close to the nail as possible without touching it, although as you can see it takes some getting used to since there are some *ahem* smudges on the magnet.

Here are the directions. They're in French, so I was glad that I knew pretty much what to do, lol.

 







1 coat of Trafalgar Square over 1 coat of Wet n Wild Black Creme. I've heard some people saying that they hold the magnet over the polish for 10-20 seconds, but honestly I only counted to five slowly and that produced a great, obvious pattern. I think layering it over black helped with the contrast. I wonder what would happen if you layered it over different colors? I'll make a mental note to try that.

Okay, so obviously this stuff is pretty cool. Like really cool. Cooler than a snowman eating ice cream at the North Pole. It's awesome. I love the pattern it produces, it's so unique and cool, and I would love to get my hands on more magnets to produce different patterns. You know what would be awesome? A Texans magnet.

OMG THE TEXANS WON THEIR PLAYOFF GAME!!! Oh my god I am SO proud of them they did so well! They whipped those Bengals good. Go Texans!

The formula was also great, it gave me zero problems. In conclusion I need every single one of these, please and thank you. Celery-unicorn scale rating: The Breakfast Club. Considering that that is one of my top five movies, Trafalgar Square should feel very honored.


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