The Attraction Cannot Be Denied
China Glaze Introduces Second Collection of Magnetic Nail Lacquers
Magnetic nail art took the beauty world by storm earlier this year, creating a nail art force that was hard for anyone to resist. Following the phenomenal success of its first-generation Magnetix Collection, China Glaze introduces Magnetix II , and expanded second collection of magnetic nail lacquers.
As with the first Magnetix line, Magnetix II by China Glaze is infused with iron powders that shift when exposed to the China Glaze Magnetix II Magnet. The China Glaze Magnetix II collection features six dramatic metallic shades:
Gold Fusion- Rich Gold
Positively In Love- Gorgeous magenta
Bond-Tastic- Soft rust
Get Charged- Dark Lavender
Sparks Will Fly- Chic cobalt blue
Con-Fused?- Lively Green
Along with the new shade line up, China Glaze has created a second specially designed magnet featuring three additional unique designs- a swirling circle, vertical lines, and an intricate lattice. The separate magnet allows more design options, especially when coupled with the original China Glaze Magnetix Magnet. Alternate designs, rotate the magnet, play with the positioning on the nail- the art creations are endless!
create your own unique China Glaze Magnetix II manicure:
1. Select desired magnet design. Choose from circles, vertical line, or lattice effects.
2. Apply one coat of China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat to clean nails; allow to dry completely.
3. Designing one nail at a time for best results, apply one coat of Magnetix II nail lacquer. Immediately hold the China Glaze Magnetix II Magnet over damp nail for 5-10 seconds, positioning so the built in finder rest holds it steady. (If you happen to touch the magnet to damp polish, simple wipe clean with nail polish remover- it won’t damage the magnet.)
4. Once the design is fully developed and nails are dry, seal with China Glaze Fast Forward Top Coat.
China Glaze Magnetix II will be available September 2012 at salons and beauty supply stores nationwide with polishes and magnets sold separately. The collection will be available in a 12-piece counter display and as open stock colors and magnet.
China Glaze is fere of DBP, toluene, and added formaldehyde. For more information, visit www.chinglaze.com, follow China Glaze on Facebook (@ChinaGlazeOfficial) and Twitter (@ChinaGlaze) and check out China Glaze’s Youtube channel, www.youtube.com/ChinaGlazeOfficial.
China Glaze is a division of American International Industries.
Any shades you guys are most excited for? I never grabbed any of the Magnetix the first time around, but that lattice design has me drooling!