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Nail art will always have its place, but a new twist on this that we’re digging is the idea of nail architecture. Thanks to celeb nail artist and Nail Rock founder Zoe Pocock, we can build gorgeous nail looks with the likes of glitter, sequins, and other fancy add-ons.
tried product one it arrived. too messy and doesnt work like it says it does. Definitely will not purchase will stick with regular nailpolish.2
The look was cool, but it took too much effort and was way too messy. There is also no way to do a quick touch up so once it is chipped you have to take it off. Not worth all the effort.2
I really liked the color and the idea, but I found it hard and messy to apply. I also think the nail polish did not brush on nicely. It seemed very matte, which I wasn't a fan of.3
Do not waste your time. Once applied it looks good but starts falling apart right after. Waste of time! I received this in ipsy a long time ago and was angry then now I have two. Anybody want mine?1
No matter how hard I try the glitter ALWAYS falls right off. Such a poor excuse for a product.....I get better quality from the dollar store!!!!1
I was so excited to get it and use it... I tried it and it made a huge mess, the glitter was hard to wash off and stuck to everything. I love the colors but wasn't happy it didn't last on my nails for more than a day.
I love this stuff! I purchased all of them after I received a sample in my box. I usually do a fancy accent nail and when I'm lazy and want something quick I use Nail Rock.5
These are standard products. A great red nail polish and a great red glitter. The glitter is easy to apply and can be applied to other nail polish colors too. Really great value for the price.4
I like the bold color of the polish, but after putting on the glitter, it just felt uncomfortable on my fingers. It was too thick and chunky.2
I got the green color and thought I'd try it as a accent on one nail since i don't go for the out there-bright green-glittery style. It was a hassle to get on and didn't last.1