First, let's talk about the magnet. The magnet has three designs: bulls-eye, stripes, and a checkerboard. Exactly like the magnet from the first Magnetix collection this magnet has a cuticle rest on the underside. The strength of the magnet is good but unless you have flat nails its nearly impossible to get a full design to appear.
Second, on to the lacquer. Out of the six shades in this collection I only picked up two, Gold Fusion and Get Charged. The colors in this collection are easy dupes of similar magnetic shades from other brands. Application wise these are pretty good and one coat could be used. As a personal preference two were used. When using the magnet the design appears quickly, however as stated above, unless your nail is flat its nearly impossible to get a full design. What do you think about magnetic lacquers?
|China Glaze Gold Fusion (Using bulls-eye magnet)|
Saturated burnt gold
|China Glaze Get Charged (Using stripe and checkerboard magnets)|
Disclosure: These products were purchased by The Lacquer Factor.