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When Nails Inc first launched spray paint nail polish I was a little skeptical. But when they made a gold one I literally couldn’t resist. And I have to say, I am pretty impressed. This one is the result of a collaboration with Lottie Tomlinson. Here’s a look at Nails inc Good as Gold Paint Can Spray.
In spite of the fact that spray painting your nails sounds pretty messy, it is actually a fairly simple and fast process. There are a few steps you need to follow to get a pretty perfect finish.
Nails inc Good as Gold Paint Can Spray – How To
- Paint nails with the Paint Can’s Best Friend – the Nails inc 2 in 1 Base and Top coat. and allow to dry. I think any base coat would work.
- Shake the Paint Can and apply in short, sharp bursts of spray directly about 10cm away, making sure you lay down some paper to protect the surface beneath.
- Use a wipe to remove the gold paint that has landed on the skin
- Finish with a top coat for a shiny finish and a longer lasting manicure
The surface of my nails are a little rough at the moment as I rather hurriedly removed a gel manicure (slap wrists), so I applied two coats of the base coat in an attempt to achieve a smoother nail. This is the only part that was a little time consuming but other than that, it was a super quick job.
Once you take the time to buff away any excess with a wipe (I found that soapy water alone was not enough), I was left with a nice neat nail look. And I love the Nails inc Good as Gold shade. It is a soft matte without the top coat which I rather like, although I popped on a top coat to prevent chipping.
Also, you can use this over current nail polish if you want a quick colour change, so it would be perfect to turn on a party look at a moment’s notice. Fab!
Nails inc Good as Gold Paint Can Spray by Lottie Tomlinson is £10 which I think is fairly good. The only thing I can’t say is how long one can would last. If you’ve tried the spray, let us know. Find it here.
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