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nails inc. Wave Magnetic Polish

What it is: A revolutionary magnetic nail lacquer used to create stunning 3D nail art designs in chic metallic shades.What it does: Get the wow factor with this revolutionary polish that lets you create gorgeous nail art effects in just a few minutes using nails inc. Textured, special effects nails are big news for this season and the ultimate fashion and party accessory. What else you need to know:This unique formula has been specially developed with metallic particles to create a pattern on the nail using magnetic forces. As the magnet is held over the nail, the iron powder in the formulation gravitates toward the magnet forming the pattern secretly hidden in the magnet for an astonishing finish. The magnet is included in the cap of the nail polish.How to get the magnetic effect:-Remove any oil from your nails by cleaning your nails with nail polish remover.-Take off the over-cap that contains the magnet and set aside. -There is an inner cap that you can use to apply the magnetic polish.-Apply one coat of your selected nails inc. base coat.-Then, apply one coat of your chosen magnetic polish on all 10 nails and let dry for a few minutes.-To create the "magnetic effect," apply a generous coat of magnetic polish to one nail, and immediately hold the cap that contains the magnet over the nail. (Do this quickly while the polish is still wet. There is a small lip on the cap which should be placed just below your cuticle allowing the magnet to be positioned perfectly over your nail.) Hold very close to the nail for 10-15 seconds, taking care not to touch the nail with the magnet.-Repeat on all 10 nails and apply a top coat to seal the design.
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Questions & Answers for nails inc. Wave Magnetic Polish

Question
Acrylic nails
Does this polish also work on Acrylic nails?
asked 3 years ago
lexluther1
(Rochester, NY)
on Wave Magnetic Polish
12 answers
Answers
answer 1
I wear this over my gel nails, its fine,
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
jenbjen
(Wisconsin)
answer 2
I can't see why it wouldn't! The effect of the polish is from metal in the polish itself being exposed to the magnet. No issues on any kind of nail. In fact, just to see what would it would look like when I first got it, I tested it on a make-up sponge. Still worked.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
nikalana
(Pittsburgh, PA)
answer 3
It should work on any type of nail because it's the polish itself that has all of the materials needed to create the effect. The magnet pulls the metallic particles up, producing the effect. Surface doesn't matter. :)
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
micheexo
(Pine Hill, NJ)
answer 4
Yes, this also does work with acrylic nails.

Just be warned if your acrylic nails are long the magnet might be to small for your nails so you might have to do the design in two takes per nail!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
paintedredd
(East Elmhurst, NY)
answer 5
Yes i use acrylic and a gel overlay. No problem!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
hollynj
(Piscataway, NJ)
answer 6
yes I wear them and it works just fine!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
lissie
(Boise, ID)
answer 7
I don't know, I don't have acrylic nails - mine are all natural.
answered 3 years ago
bennzz61
(Stamford, CT)
answer 8
I used it on acrylics - it worked perfectly.
answered 3 years ago
kmmf
(Chelsea, MA)
answer 9
I'm not sure about acryllic - but I put this over my CND Shellac Mani today and it worked perfectly.
answered 3 years ago
stylelizzy
(New York, NY)
answer 10
It works really well on artificial nails - that is what I have. I do my own nails for conveinience and think it is almost a little harder to remove from artificial nails, but worth the look!
answered 3 years ago
kathyanne
(Hurricane, UT)
answer 11
I use it over gelacq no problem, just use the nails inc. basecoat and I don't know but guess yes because the chemistry is all in the polish and the magnet.
answered 3 years ago
supercat
(Pacific Northwest high in the mountain's)
answer 12
yes
answered 3 years ago
katpbj
(Pawtucket, Rhode Island)
Question
Does this affect computers or smart phones in any way?
I know magnets don't mix with computers and cell phones. What about the magnetic quality of this polish?
asked 3 years ago
brettk
(Zionsville, IN)
on Wave Magnetic Polish
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
The metallic powder is NOT magnetic. It is attracted to the magnet set in the CAP of the nailpolish.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
smallstig
(Warren, MI)
answer 2
You do know that both your computer and cell phone have metal in them, right?

The nail polish is not a magnet. The magnet is a magnet.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
toniosoriis
answer 3
The magnet isn't in the polish- metal is. You use the magnet on the lid to get the effect of the metal being "pulled" through the polish. Once you are done, there is no magnet in your nails... so electronics are safe = )
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
lissie
(Boise, ID)
answer 4
Nope - when I bought the polish, they were out of bags at Sephora, so I just tossed the polish in my purse. I didn't think about the magnet at all and it was next to my phone for about an hour - no damage whatsoever!
answered 3 years ago
ihugtrees
(Miami, FL)
answer 5
Mine hasn't seemed too, in fact the bottle is sitting here right next to my computer. Plus, I have a pacemaker and if the magnet were strong at all, I would feel it in my heart. Fridge magnets can make my heart flutter, this I don't feel at all. Disclaimer, I am no expert!
answered 3 years ago
supercat
(Pacific Northwest high in the mountain's)
answer 6
Magnets are only detrimental to products that use magnetized tape, such as VHS tapes and cassettes. CDs and computer chips are not affected by magnets.
answered 3 years ago
ourladyoffatima
(New York, NY)
answer 7
The polish is not magnetic it just has particles that are attracted to magnets. The magnet is on the lid not in the polish.
answered 3 years ago
ginazj
(Cleburne, TX)
answer 8
the polish isn't magnetic. the lid of the polish is, but otherwise the polish just contains iron filings. which in and of themselves are not magnetic. so no worries, you're not walking around with little magnets on your fingers! according to my brother (the science person in the fam): "the atoms in iron all have slight magnetic polarities. and if you align them, they can become slightly magnetic. but this amount of iron isn't going to do anything"
answered 3 years ago
skandelous
(Tallahassee, FL)
answer 9
No, not at all!
answered 3 years ago
valentinephoto
(Front Royal, VA)
answer 10
I don't believe the polish will damage computers or magnetic strips such as on credit cards. The magnet is in the cap of the nail polish, not in the polish itself. The polish only contains metals, not magnets. However, close contact with the lid of the polish might be damaging.
answered 3 years ago
new25
(Texas)
answer 11
No, because the magnet is in the cap of the polish container, all that's on your nails are metallic particles, which shouldn't be magnetic on their own.
answered 3 years ago
featheredkitten
Question
Tips for curved nails
My nail beds are more rounded/curved and when I use this product the magnet is only able to work on the very center of my nails. This leaves the edges plan. Any tips on how I can get this to work on my entire nail?
asked 3 years ago
1navywife
(San Diego, CA)
on Wave Magnetic Polish
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
Ugh that happens to me to. As soon as you put the magnet to your nail curve it a little to the left and a little to the right =)
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
lilynana
(hammond in)
answer 2
You can get craft magnets from a craft store, i.e. Michaels or A.C. Moore, they are bendable.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
newvitality
(Severna Park, Maryland)
answer 3
Rock the magnet from left to right without moving it in any other direction. Or you should do it the other direction.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
maritte
(Riverside, CA)
answer 4
I had the same experience on my thumbs. I tried to "rock" the magnet from side to side a little, that seemed to help.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
lissie
(Boise, ID)
answer 5
Be sure the top magnet is aligned as close to the nail all the way down, hold it up at eye level, keep it flat and don't move it or let the end fall away from the magnet.
answered 3 years ago
supercat
(Pacific Northwest high in the mountain's)
answer 6
I held the magnet over my nail nail and rolled it from side to side fairly quickly and the effect appeared across the entire nail instead of just the center of my nail.
answered 3 years ago
rk2660
(Butte, MT)
answer 7
rock it slightly sideways. will add effect to the sides and create a wavy-ish effect in the middle
answered 3 years ago
ysmay
(Milwaukee WI)
answer 8
I just took the magnet and moved it to the sides of my fingernails and that seemed to help.
answered 3 years ago
evadorothy
(South Beach, Oregon)
answer 9
Try moving the magnet from side to side.
Although my nails only have a slight curve, it worked for me!
answered 3 years ago
hazeliscious
(Dallas, TX)
answer 10
I went out and bought the purple shade the same week that I heard of it, and applied it that evening. I have very "curvy" natural nails, but had no problem achieving the look although my lines (there are three of them) echo the shape of my nail tip. I love this look and I hope this company sends us more colors soon, and perhaps even varies the magnet to produce different patterns! Try it! I can see it does work better on nails no longer than the magnet, however.
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answered 3 years ago
Anonymous
(Cincinnati, OH)
answer 11
Yeah I have the same "problem", my nails are more curved so what I did was I lifted the magnet and worked it towards the tip of my nail (it's hard for me to explain this in writing I hope it makes sense!!). You have to see what you are doing to avoid touching the magnet to your nails or you will mess it up. So start from the base of your nail and move the magnet working it towards the tip, being careful not to touch your nail. It takes about 5-7 secs. Hope it helps!
answered 3 years ago
liznola
(New Orleans, LA)
Question
Can you use a base color to maximize use?
Wondering whether you can use a base color underneath then just do 1 thick (or 2?) coats of the magnetic? Ie, a base of a gunmetal grey, then this on top? This would allow you to use less of the pricey magnetic polish per mani... but need insight as to whether the magnetic discoloration would come through as well if the nails inc. is just the top layer instead of all of the color? Has anyone tried this to compare?
asked 3 years ago
lkasjdfoin
(some city, FL)
on Wave Magnetic Polish
11 answers
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answer 1
My sister tried this polish on top of a nail color she had been wearing for days and the effect worked just fine and looked as good as mine did!! Her base color was pretty light (under the purple polish), so that'd be my only recommendation. So I'll definitely save the expensive polish...I think you just need that one thick, wet coat that the magnet can act on.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
kenzielv
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 2
I've tried a base coat without using the magnetic polish and as well as using the magnetic polish as the base coat. I got better results with the magnetic base and it dries super fast. You can still achieve a magnetic effect without a magnetic polish base coat... but it wasn't as strong for me.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
tessiechan
(Dallas, TX)
answer 3
I actually only used 1 thick coat over a regular base coat and it was completely opaque.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
lauryndesu
(Savage, MN)
answer 4
I tried it several ways, I used it on a bare nail to get a lighter contrast. I also did one nail with a dark blue with the gunmetal magnetic over it. There are so many possibilities.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
nerddd
(Rahway, NJ)
answer 5
Yes you can! In fact the first time I tried it, I was wearing a dark pink color polish. I put one coat of the magnetic on and it covered the nail and the effect looked like it does in the photo- you couldn't even see the pink. I was thinking you'd see the pink under, but not one bit. So wear any color you want under it and get longer use.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
lissie
(Boise, ID)
answer 6
I did a thin layer of the silver over my existing purple mani - it came out great!
answered 3 years ago
stylelizzy
(New York, NY)
answer 7
The instructions do say to put down a base coat first - I haven't done that. I just put one thin coat of magnetic polish and after that is dry added a thicker coat to hold the lid over- it is a little difficult for me to not touch my nail to the lid as I am trying to get close enough - but I am getting better with practice!
answered 3 years ago
kathyanne
(Hurricane, UT)
answer 8
I used a base coat and had no issues. I tend to clean my nails right after I paint it if i get any polish on the side or too close to the cuticle and the remover did effect the final look. I have to add, when I realized this I stopped and did my clean up when all my nails were done being painted.
answered 3 years ago
funkyfrenchies
(Houston, TX)
answer 9
I think the magnetic first coat plays an imprtant role and helps set up the second coat to dry and hold enough magnetism, it's barely strong enough. I'd be interested to hear if you try it though.
answered 3 years ago
supercat
(Pacific Northwest high in the mountain's)
answer 10
You only should use one thick coat to receive maximum results. Two coats does not work at well. Interferes with the magnetization.
answered 3 years ago
leeney424
(Tomah, WI)
answer 11
I used a darker blue (think, grover the muppet!) & did 1 coat of the magnetic polish (trafalgar square). I don't think the magnetic polish will work with more than 1 coat. You have to use the magnet immediately, or it will dry & you won't get any effect.
answered 3 years ago
mahini
(des moines, ia)
Question
Is it easy?
I have looked at it and am contemplating buying It I was just wondering is it easy to apply and get the magnetic stuff on?
asked 3 years ago
bayleecloe
(Smithville, MO)
on Wave Magnetic Polish
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
Yes it is easy to put on- just need a steady hand to hold the magnet close enough to the nail to not touch the nail. Comes off as easy as any other regular polish, not hard like glitter polish can be.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
lissie
(Boise, ID)
answer 2
The coats are pretty even; you do want to paint the designs one nail at a time. Once you paint the second coat, quickly place the magnet on top and a bit for the design to appear, the time is up to you. How you place the magnet is also up to you.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
kissyluv
(Pacifica, CA)
answer 3
It is extremely easy! I thought it was going to be difficult and frustrating but its not its easy to do and drys fast!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
bugbritt
(CA)
answer 4
Super easy, super fast, watch the quick video clip on sephora TV..10 minutes from bare nails to out the door once you get the hang of it!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
supercat
(Pacific Northwest high in the mountain's)
answer 5
Really easy, but time consuming. I had someone help me out the first time I tried it, which was useful (she painted, I did the magnet). It was helpful, but you could definitely do it on your own!

Just make sure you set aside some time to let everything properly dry. I'd suggest doing this while watching TV or a movie!
answered 3 years ago
ihugtrees
(Miami, FL)
answer 6
yes i found it very easy! just like a regular polish except you hold the magnet over your nail for a few seconds after the second coat of polish! love it!!
answered 3 years ago
bonnoconn
(Holbrook, NY)
answer 7
This polish applies just like any other "normal" nail polish. The magnetic effect is super easy to achieve - it just takes a little patience. If you follow the instructions (clean/oil-free fingers; base coat; thick coat of polish followed by magnet - work one finger at a time! - then follow with a clear top coat) - you wind up with a gorgeous manicure. I am really hard on my hands, and nail polish tends to chip within hours of application, usually. But this stuff is awesome, and I am still enjoying (mostly) chip-free nails 4 days later.
answered 3 years ago
scroogey
(Louisville, KY)
answer 8
Super easy. Although a tad time consuming because after you apply your first coat, you need to do each nail one at a time.
answered 3 years ago
jilebi
answer 9
It's just like regular nail polish, dries quickly, but the smell is just awful. This polish chips easily too. The magnet is built in to the the top of the bottle. I tried 3 times to get stripes, all I got was a couple of swirls on two nails. I wouldn't spend another $16 on it.
answered 3 years ago
suzanne622
(Youngstown, Ohio)
answer 10
The polish is really easy to apply and use. Just don't get the magnet too close to your nail, if you do it will cause the polish to lift off of the nail and then you have to start again.
answered 3 years ago
cggsephoraaddict
(Seattle, WA)
answer 11
Yes, it's very easy. Check out the instructions on the Nails Inc website. There are also instructional videos on YouTube.
answered 3 years ago
katewalton
(Philadelphia, PA)
Question
Does this nail polish damage your nails?
asked 3 years ago
coco1girl
(Incline Village, NV)
on Wave Magnetic Polish
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
No, I've worn both the silver and purple and have not had any problems.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
lynf
(Madison, WI)
answer 2
Didn't find it to damage nails. Easy to come off with nail polish.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
tucuxi
(San Bernardino, Ca)
answer 3
Nope not at all! =)
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
bugbritt
(CA)
answer 4
Not at all!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
juilli
answer 5
no, not mine.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
supercat
(Pacific Northwest high in the mountain's)
answer 6
No
answered 3 years ago
depa
(saint francis ks)
answer 7
I doubt it , but in any event you should be using a base coat before applying nail lacqueur especially with darker colors. This should be adequate
answered 3 years ago
marita13
answer 8
no
answered 3 years ago
erikaak
(melvindale michigan)
answer 9
I haven't noticed any damage on my nails so far. Seems to be okay :)
answered 3 years ago
pooka047
(Dayton, OH)
answer 10
Not sure about damaging but it will tingle if you don't apply the basecoat.
answered 3 years ago
dorasephora
(Ontario, Ca)
answer 11
If you're worried about this polish damaging your nails, just use a basecoat! I've never used it WITHOUT a basecoat, but it doesn't seem to be damaging my nails at all!
answered 3 years ago
leilia13
(richmond, ky)
Question
Does anything metallic try to cling to your nails once they are dry and finished?
asked 3 years ago
mightylight
on Wave Magnetic Polish
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
All is good, work with an MRI , no problems at all!!!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
krodney
(Simpson, PA)
answer 2
Nope = )
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
lissie
(Boise, ID)
answer 3
Nope, once it dries, it's like any other nail polish, other magnets don't effect it.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
kissyluv
(Pacifica, CA)
answer 4
Nope. =)
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
bugbritt
(CA)
answer 5
The polish contains iron powder, which is not magnetic. Its metallic properties allow it to be attracted to the magnet and form the pattern, which is basically where the magnetic field is. Once the polish dries, it's set. The pattern stays in place and isn't magnetic itself.
answered 3 years ago
reeshee
(Florida)
answer 6
No
answered 3 years ago
funkyfrenchies
(Houston, TX)
answer 7
No.
answered 3 years ago
kaycee2g2
(Madison, WI)
answer 8
NO!
answered 3 years ago
nasim754
answer 9
The nail laquer has metal particles mixed in the nail polish. The only magnetic part of this polish is the cap, the nail laquer isn't magnetic. It only has metal in it.
answered 3 years ago
aestimando
(Chicago, IL)
answer 10
no haha its not that strong of a magnet and im pretty sure the magnet doesnt work when dried anyways
answered 3 years ago
teenswimmer
answer 11
Not for Me...nada
answered 3 years ago
supercat
(Pacific Northwest high in the mountain's)
Question
Are these sold in Sephora stores as well, or only on the website?
I got the purple shade online during the F&F sale and love it! I just saw that there is a teal shade and would like to know if the polishes are sold in Sephora stores as well. I haven't spotted them in my stores, but then again I haven't really looked for them either.
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
anniexo
on Wave Magnetic Polish
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
The polish is absolutely sold in stores! I just purchased mine a few days ago and the store had both the silver and the purple and they said they were getting the teal soon!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
plumninja
(Dallas, TX)
answer 2
Sephora is now carrying the grey, purple, and teal colors.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
ameliabedelia15
(New York, NY)
answer 3
I bought mine in my Sephora store.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
lindaw
(Murrieta, CA)
answer 4
You can buy the purple and silver on the website as well as in the store. The website said that the teal wasn't available though...can't wait to try that one!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
star774
(Honolulu, HI)
answer 5
Yup.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
sheees
(Ottawa,ON)
answer 6
Store product availability will vary depending on location. We recommend calling the store directly to confirm. Please visit our store locator on Sephora.com for contact information. Thanks!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 7
I did find it in the store in Independence Missouri - so I imagine it is in your store too. Curious how you did it - mine did not work - and I did get the purple.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
voxgang
(Independence, MO)
answer 8
They should be but you can always call your local Sephora and see if they carry it. I did a Google search for this item and it did pop up my local Sephora stores as carrying it. Hope this helps.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
shadowagent
(Nashua, NH)
answer 9
When I went to purchase these, I went to the store first and they said that they were expecting a shipment of them later on that week. I ended up purchasing mine online though, I couldn't wait!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
simsimma
(Manchester NH)
answer 10
I purchased mine at the Sephora store. I was in earlier today to get the teal, however, and they were nowhere in sight! I bet they are selling out!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
chichita
(San Jose, CA)
answer 11
The teal shade is very new so it is possible that most stores have not received their shipment yet, however be on the lookout for it on shelves soon!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
janinebt
Question
is it sold instores?
asked 2 years, 10 months ago
erikav7857
on Wave Magnetic Polish
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
I saw it at the store I went to, in Minneapolis. I tried all three shades on in the store, and it works great!
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
longlashes007
(Minneapolis, MN)
answer 2
Yes it is sold in stores. I've seen the grey and purple colors in store.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
nacly
(Southeast, OK)
answer 3
Yes the 3 basic colors are sold in stores. The grey, purple and green.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
tcl39
(Broken Arrow, OK)
answer 4
no it isn't sold in any retail stores yet. buy it online from sephora or at the sephora stores only.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
smallstig
(Warren, MI)
answer 5
I bought this in the times square location in NYC
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
glamexplorer
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 6
It's sold in Sephora stores, but in my store, it was NOT near the nail polish section... it was on an end-cap near the back of the store. Make sure you ask an associate to let you know where the display is!
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
makeupraccoon
(Lynbrook, NY)
answer 7
As far as I know, only Silver and Purple are sold in stores. teal is no, and it is fast to go off the shelves. I was lucky to get a teal before they were out of stock....again.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
jenbjen
(Wisconsin)
answer 8
Yes, it should be in the nail studio section or in the nails inc section.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
mtown05
(Bethlehem, PA)
answer 9
yes, go to the store, but better yet order offline to receive samples of other products as well
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
steferschen
(northborough, ma)
answer 10
YES!
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
mocha143
(Anaheim,Ca)
answer 11
Yes, but my Sephora didn't have all the colors available online, nor did they have the three-pack.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
kateburning
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
color??
should i get the silver or the purple??
I CANT DECIDE.
asked 3 years ago
teenswimmer
on Wave Magnetic Polish
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
Either or, they both look outstanding......I do prefer the silver, because the contrast is more startling.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
smallstig
(Warren, MI)
answer 2
I had the purple in hand at the register and was told by 2 different employees that to see the effect the best- get the silver. Hard to see on the purple. So I got Silver and love it = ) Hope that helps
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
lissie
(Boise, ID)
answer 3
They're different - I went with purple because it was a bit more dramatic. The magnets are subtle, but gorgeous!
answered 3 years ago
ihugtrees
(Miami, FL)
answer 4
I like Silver better so far.
answered 3 years ago
supercat
(Pacific Northwest high in the mountain's)
answer 5
Get both if you can! They're great shades! I only have the gray/silver shade. I've attached pics of that shade below.
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answered 3 years ago
valentinephoto
(Front Royal, VA)
answer 6
Both silver and purple are gorgeous. Purple is a bit darker and more understated.
answered 3 years ago
mystq
(New York, NY)
answer 7
I bought the silver and now want the purple too. The purple is a little more outgoing and bright but both colors are universal.
answered 3 years ago
christal1
(Florida)
answer 8
BOTH! I love the silver for every day and the purple is good for work and going out... both are soo beautiful (and they probably won't be around for long- once people discover this it will probably sell out fast)
answered 3 years ago
yeahkylieyeah
(Portland, OR)
answer 9
Silver! It works better with the whole magnet thing
answered 3 years ago
lg88
answer 10
Both colors are gorgeous! I couldn't decide, so I bought both! I wish I could wear both at once!
answered 3 years ago
uofmgrrl
(Memphis, TN)
answer 11
The silver is much prettier and more dramatic.
answered 3 years ago
drtr
(Kansas City, MO)
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