When I first spoke about magnetic nail polish in the office, there was talk of how annoying it would be — having your nails attract everything metal. If you're thinking the same, there's no need to panic because your nails won't actually become magnetic. The polish itself features magnetic particles which means that, when it's drying, if you hold a magnet close to it, it creates a unique pattern. It's a subtle kind of nail art and a fun idea. If you want to learn more about it, including how you do it on yourself and what the patterns look like, just keep reading for our review of Ulta 3 Magnetic Nails ($5), which will hit stores in June.
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