Sunday, December 16, 2012

Sally Hansen Magnetic Nail Polish: Silver Elements

Sally Hansen Silver Elements (2 coats)

Happy Sunday! I'm headed for Knoxville to do some lab work in my old lab and it's going to be a long day of driving. What did you do this weekend? 

The next Sally Hansen magnetic polish is likely my favorite one called Silver Elements that has that dark shimmer in the design which I love. Without the magnet, the polish looks like a regular old silver foil; It was such a pleasant surprise to find how it would look with the design. The formula and application is the same as the rest of them. If you have any questions, go ahead and look back a few days and it should be answered there.

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1 comment:

beachgal said...

This one is interesting...the magnet pull is good on it - stronger than many I have seen thus the separation of color is good. Still not feeling I want more magnetic polishes. I think I might have bought 2 and was either board fast with the look or it did not suit the need of the next day or, or, or. All in all saw the market so saturated with them so fast I got burnt out. So it kind of surprises me that there still are new ones coming out. OPI was super late getting into the game, but then I am sure they know what their line is going to be out to releases for 2015 at get the magenetics in there when the trend hit left them behind kind of like the opposite of glitters when they hit hard with the 2 in the Alice collection that still are up there as my favs in glitters. Drive safe to Knox...we are getting blasted out in the west with powerful weather. It's snowing tons in the upper elevations and buckets of rain failing here (but rain really needed - just we get so much at once) - I am worried about a little culvert that was put into the hill behind my house. It's full of debris and not really going to carry water away. Love that you get the chance to lab swap! I did some lab science travel...used to get sent to help in earthquake afflicted areas when it was a bad one - also was on a special program that sent me to Saudi eons ago as well as was part of the summer Olympics - was assigned to women's track/field events to stick with the winner until they gave a urine sample for drug testing..I had to stick myself like glue to the specimen to assure there was no break in chain of custody.