Cuckoo! For the Nail Art of varnish Yes Love this yesterday, I was tempted to flower but while remaining in the tones, therefore I’ve made apple green. Material Used: Basis: Yes Love Magnetic no4 Kleancolor 103 TLC Magnet Magnetix II of China Glaze Fan brush Dotting Tool Liner Flakes 1/ After you apply the varnish, put the magnet on to a few millimeters of the fingernail. Wait a few seconds. 2/ Draw the 3 petals of the flower. 3/ The fill in thin flakes. 4/ Do points to the dotting tool between the petals. 5/ Top Coat. *** Soon the VIDEO *** It will have to wait for a few days before that i wouldn’t be able to publish them because I’ve not filmed while i was doing the Nail Art, therefore I expect to have to nail the new bare for the make. In the hope that you love them! Kisses and Hugs!
Hello girls! A swatch a few exceptional for me because I’ve tested a magnetic varnish for the first time! At the base I wasn’t even aware that he was! It’s a varnish won in a contest. When I started to apply it, I said to myself: “My God that it’s thick!” Then I a little more closely looked at the bottle and I believed to see like a species of magnet on the stopper, once more Google was there to answer my question. With the second layer I’ve put the magnet China Glaze which I acquired there’s little and which I hadn’t used yet, and here is the result: I don’t hide it to you, at the beginning I’ve a little galley to use the magnet, then after that went a little better. Then this small jewels is opaque into 1 thick layer (or 2 fines for the addicts with the 2nd layer like me!), it dries quickly and has an application which I found rather average, since it’s a little too thick with my taste (after I don’t know if all the magnetic ones are as that considering it’s my first test…). Its enamelled is sublime, the photographs are taken without Top Coat as usual! Tomorrow to its decoration! Big kisses and good day!