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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Color Club Magnetic Lacquer - Cop An Attitude

Today I have a good magnetic polish to share with you; this is Color Club Magnetic Nail Lacquer in Cop An Attitude. This shade is a rusty gold shade with bright red fleck shimmer that appears after the magnet is applied. 


The magnet, which is on the removable cap, forms a wavy design. I found the magnet quite easy to use, and it has the same handy finger guide that the Nails Inc magnetics have. Overall, the bottle design is a good one.


The design formed quite easily, and turned out to be fairly crisp. I love the red shimmer that appears once the design has formed! You can see it quite well in the following pictures (click to enlarge them).



If you're looking for a good magnetic polish, this is a great option, and the price point is quite a bit cheaper than many other magnetic lacquers. I also find that this particular colour combination- rusty gold with bright red shimmer- is pretty unique! What do you think of Color Club Cop An Attitude?

10 comments:

  1. I am very attracted to that magic red shimmer that appears! Gorgeous!

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    1. It really didn't look like much before I magnetized it, but then WOW, did that red shimmer ever pop out! It's pretty amazing.

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  2. All though I'm not buying more magnetics - I have to admit, that this one looks nice :)

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    1. Quite unique, too- that's what sold me on it.

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  3. I love the effect and the bright shimmer but I'm not sure how I feel about copper/golds when they are magnetized... I dunno.

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    1. I dig magnetized coppers/golds- it makes me think of tiger stripes!

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  4. I don't own any magnetics, but this looks pretty!

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    1. It's definitely a good starter magnetic; some of them can be hard to work with, but this was one of the easier ones for me. Avoid the China Glaze magnetics if you're looking for your first magnetic polish... I found those ones to be the hardest to use.

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