Thursday, December 15, 2016

Masura nail polishes from

Olvasd MAGYARUL                                                                                                                                 PR sample (formerly known as offered me 4 shades from Masura's new collections, and I choosed some pretty greens and blues (as usual :D).
Oh, and I'm only now realising that every polish have a different finish :) Before these, I only tried magnetics from Masura, so I guess deep in my subconscious I just wanted to try their non magnetics as well :D

It's a royal blue jelly base with tons of silver holo glitters. It's so much more holo and sparkly than my pictures show.
The formula was great, I used 2 coats, and the best part is that it somehow didn't dried textured, so I only needed 1 coat of topcoat.

It's a sligtly dusty, cold toned dark green base with holo flakies and holo dust.
Didn't had any troubles with it, this is 2 easy coats with 1 coat of topcoat.

It's a darker royal blue nail polish. In real life it's a bit more blue, but my camera couldn't capture it nicely.
The formula is more on the crelly side, so I used 3 thin coats, but on short nails you might can get away with 2 coats. It dries shiny.

It's a really interesting and badass magnetic polish. The base is slightly brown toned grey, the magnetic dust is yellow-gold and it has pink to purple to blue shimmer flakes.
The base is a little bit sheer, but I could get away with 2 thick coats.
This is how I use magnetic polish: I don't use a black basecoat! I just paint it as regular nail polish: I paint 1 coat of it, magnetize it (I use only cat-eye form), wait until it dries, then I paint another coat and I magnetize it as well, in the same direction as the first coat.
I didn't used topcoat here, but if I would, I would've magnetize it again, until the topcoat dries, because the topcoat can ruin the cat-eye effect, so make sure that you magnetize it while the topcoat is drying.

I love all 4 polishes so much, but my favorite is Lighthouse Golden Beam because it's just so unique!

You can find a wide variety of Masura magnetic polishes on, and yes, they ship internationally from Russia. The site is in english, and for the prices you can use an online converter.

What do you think about these shades?
Do you like magnetic polishes?


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