September 19, 2011

Layla Magneffect Blue Grey Flow & Silver Galaxy

Good Morning, hope you all had a good weekend! Mine was pretty relaxing which is always nice! Today I have a couple more of the Layla Magneffect Magnetic polishes for you! I'm also really excited to let you guys know that if you live in California you will be able to find these in actual stores! My favorite beauty supply store, Planet Beauty will be carrying these! If you have a store near you this is great news, I know I'm not the only one who prefers buying polish in person instead of online! If you are in California and want to look for these at Planet Beauty I would call your local store and make sure they have them in stock already!

First up is Blue Grey Flow, I really like this one! The darker sections after you use the magnet are a gorgeous dark navy and the lighter sections are a silvery grey. The contrast is gorgeous! The formula was great, almost a one coater. I ended up doing two coat for full coverage!



Silver Galaxy is probably my favorite of the Layla Magneffect polishes. I saw this at Cosmoprof and was so intrigued buy it. In the bottle before you use the magnet it's a really pretty silvery grey with square silver glitter. I didn't know they could put glitter and magnetic polish together, but man it is awesome! I think the name is very fitting also, the glitter really gravitated to the darker parts after using the magnet and it does kind of look like a galaxy! If you want easy to do space looking nails this could be the polish for you! The formula on this one wasn't as opaque as the other polishes like this that I've tried. I used 2 coats for the photos below but at certain angles I could see my nail line. I layered this over a dark blue when I got it and it looked fantastic that way, layering this could be very cool!



Layla Magneffect polishes are available at Planet Beauty stores, and online at Ave You for $15.50 each and Amazon for $15.50 each, it looks like there are other etailers with these, but I'v never shopped with them so I'm not sure how reliable they are.

*product provided by Planet Beauty*
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  1. I guess this is cool-but I'm not feeling it for myself-it's gonna be like me and crackle-I just don't get it or like it!!

  2. I need to find a magnetic polish soon. Can't seem to find them in any stores - & they are awesome!

  3. I definitely need some of this polish! Awesome!

  4. I really like Silver Galaxy. The combination of magnetic/glitter is great.

    I'm really hoping that magnetic polish will be the next big trend and some of the less expensive brands will come out with some.

  5. OMG. amazing! The polishes are sooo pretty.

  6. I really like the Layla magnetic polishes, especially the ones with colors... the price is a bit steep, though.
    BUT! I am in California! So I will look for them in person to decide.

  7. I've never tried magnetics but nails Inc have just bought out 3 magnetics which I'm very tempted to try!

  8. Looks great!! :D
    I like it very much! :D

  9. I love these! I bought them and swatched them! They are so great! I have two on my current giveaway! It is amazing how the magnet can do that to the polish!

  10. For anyone in Western Canada, they're available at London Drugs for $15.99. Wearing Metallic Sky right now and it's gorgeous!!! <3

  11. I'm fainting dead away...this is so beautiful and you have done such a grand job. Love, love, love it!!!!

  12. Silver Galaxy is crazy awesome! It looks like space! Hence the name Silver Galaxy, I guess.


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