Polishmolish.ru (formerly known as dopenails.ru) offered me 4 shades from Masura’s new collections, and I choosed some pretty greens and blues (as usual :D).
Oh, and I’m only now realising that every polish have a different finish :) Before these, I only tried magnetics from Masura, so I guess deep in my subconscious I just wanted to try their non magnetics as well :D
It’s a royal blue jelly base with tons of silver holo glitters. It’s so much more holo and sparkly than my pictures show.
The formula was great, I used 2 coats, and the best part is that it somehow didn’t dried textured, so I only needed 1 coat of topcoat.
ON DEEP PATHS OF MYSTERY
It’s a sligtly dusty, cold toned dark green base with holo flakies and holo dust.
Didn’t had any troubles with it, this is 2 easy coats with 1 coat of topcoat.
It’s a darker royal blue nail polish. In real life it’s a bit more blue, but my camera couldn’t capture it nicely.
The formula is more on the crelly side, so I used 3 thin coats, but on short nails you might can get away with 2 coats. It dries shiny.
LIGHTHOUSE GOLDEN BEAM
It’s a really interesting and badass magnetic polish. The base is slightly brown toned grey, the magnetic dust is yellow-gold and it has pink to purple to blue shimmer flakes.
The base is a little bit sheer, but I could get away with 2 thick coats.
This is how I use magnetic polish: I don’t use a black basecoat! I just paint it as regular nail polish: I paint 1 coat of it, magnetize it (I use only cat-eye form), wait until it dries, then I paint another coat and I magnetize it as well, in the same direction as the first coat.
I didn’t used topcoat here, but if I would, I would’ve magnetize it again, until the topcoat dries, because the topcoat can ruin the cat-eye effect, so make sure that you magnetize it while the topcoat is drying.
I love all 4 polishes so much, but my favorite is Lighthouse Golden Beam because it’s just so unique!
You can find a wide variety of Masura magnetic polishes on polishmolish.ru, and yes, they ship internationally from Russia. The site is in english, and for the prices you can use an online converter.