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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.
This is a great idea but it flakes off very very fast. and it chips bad fast... I love the color and idea but it's really only looking good for one night. :( sorry3
This was a fun product but I found the glitter a bit difficult to manage. It spilled when i tried to use the little pot. The color pink I received was kind of blah, but nice.3
Totally messy arts and crafts project. Tried it once and I'll never use it again. It also does not last in the least, chipped horribly on the first day.2
For starters the red of the polish and the red of the glitter are different tones, they don't match, so anywhere the glitter doesn't stick or comes off you see the polish and it looks horrible. The glitter was messy to apply, end I ended up with glitter vomit everywhere. The texture was rouch and caught on fabric, hair, anything with fiber. I am glad I used points for this and didn't spend money on this product.2
Nice idea, in theory. I was pretty excited when this came through, but I am just not skilled enough to make it look good without creating a gigantic mess. Not for me, if you have what it takes to do this properly, I am sure that it look amazing!1
I had the blue velvet. It applied easily, looked super awesome for about two hours, then flaked off all over, even with TLC. I suspect the glitter would have better staying power. Maybe for a short event where I don't have to touch anything!2
This product was great- first box and it was a nice sample to get5
Not worth the $7. The nail polish is not quick to dry, which causes mess-ups, and also the glitter itself was way too messy. I have short nails, so dipping my fingernails into the glitter pot was not easy - the glitter got all over my fingers.
It'd skip over buying this - if you want glitter on your nails, use nail polish you already have and buy glitter from a local arts and crafts store.
I thought this was too messy to use. The polish itself was not the greatest either. A little sticky. I think it's a good concept but I didn't enjoy using it.1
It's was just not for me being a nurse it did not seem partial since I have to wash my hands all the time . The product stayed on for two days and ten it started to crack and peel !1