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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.
I enjoyed trying it out and it looked really cute, but it ended up being a little messy. I felt like I ended up getting glitter everywhere.3
So, this product is pretty cool in theory. However, this product is pretty messy in reality so beware. Perfect for that special evening when you are willing to spend extra time.3
It doesn't work! If you even get it to stay on without looking awful, it comes off in large chunks later and looks ever worse !1
It's a fun product but there's not a great way to apply it without making a mess. And as with any glitter, it's very difficult to remove.3
I love the color of this product. It was very easy to use and apply. It applied nicely and once dried very sparkly and pretty.4
I liked the color and the glitter is very pretty. It does not wear for long but it is fun to show off for a night out!4
This polish was fun but just not my style. It might work for someone with more of a gothic edgy look.1
I like the color offerings from this brand and do salon manicures once a week and I always try to change it up. Loved the color but not the staying power. It chipped very quickly.3
The idea behind this is pretty cool and it looks ok once you've got it on your nails but it's super messy, takes way to long to thoroughly dry, and doesn't stay on very well after the alloyed time. All in all I'm not very pleased with it. It would be OK to use if you do something that doesn't involve your hands very much.2
I have the green color, and it is so much fun!' I usually use it as an accent nail with a black or white. It pops! Easy application. Just paint your nail in the clear base and then dip it in the glitter. Top of with two coats of clear and your set!5