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Nail Art Society - January Bag Review And Manicure

Nail Art Society is a monthly subscription service that comes with one complete manicure!  I was able to review the December bag for you, which had 2 Cherimoya mattes, crystals in assorted sizes, and nail glue.  It also came with Cherimoya nail remover pads in a rose scent, and those smell much better than they work!

Though the price recently jumped to $19.95, I was able to find a deal somewhere to subscribe at the original $10/month price....I'm so sorry, but I forgot the promo code I used and where I found it. Bad blogger, bad bad blogger!  :(

This month's bag came with a Layla Magnetic polish, a Cherimoya nail art color, extra long tweezers, and a small container of Swarovski crystals.  I have not been interested in the magnetic trend - but the value was certainly there, with Laylas retailing for $12-15, depending on which site you find them on.


It came with some How To cards and tutorial info as well, in case you want to copy the tiger stripey mani on the front of the card.






I'm sorry to say, this polish hasn't converted me at all.  I asked my fabulous Facebook audience for tips on using the magnetic polish, and although their tips were great, I'm just not impressed.


In fact, as you can see from the fact that my swatches are just on plastic and not on my nails.  I plan to swap the polish, to be honest.

I tried to accentuate my lines with black. I don't mind the results, but nothing special, in my opinion.



Are you a magnetic fan?


  1. I got this too and im with you, not a fan so much. I wasnt crazy about the magnetic polish when it came out and this would be my first time trying it. Glad I didn't spend the money on it originally

    1. Me too! I think mine's headed to Blog Sale land soon!


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