By Amy Sciaretto

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Nail Art is fun and Nails Inc. just crashed the party… again. The innovative nail brand, which is always introducing amazing new products to the market, has another hit on its hands, er, nails, with the stateside debut of the Nails Inc. Paint Can. It’s nail polish in a spray paint can, so it’s exactly what it says it is. I know — it sounds like a big old mess and you are thinking, “But wait… I am not a graffiti artist.”

But that’s the best part. You can pretend like you are while getting your nails did. I promise that this product is so fun and easy to use. You just have to take some precautions and have some patience. Beauty products are supposed to be functional and fun.

First things first. You’re thinking, “Why use a spray paint can when I can, you know, use a traditional bottle of polish and a brush?” Stop being a fuddy duddy! If you can’t rock the pointy and fashion-forward stiletto manicure shape for professional or practical reasons, you can play with your mani in a unique way, thanks to the Paint Can.

But back to your original question. With the Nails Inc. Paint Can, you get way more concentrated, metallic color via the spray. If you want “look at me” nails on the quick, this is how you will get ’em.

Plus, the formula dries much faster than a traditional manicure. Here’s the technique: Bottom Coat. Spray. Top coat. Dunzo. There is a super minimal waiting period in between each step, of course. But when you don’t have time to duck into your usual salon for mani, this is your new and utterly viable alternative.

Here’s how it works.

First, lay a towel down to protect surrounding surfaces from potential fallout.

Use the Nails. Inc 2 in 1 Base and Top Coat. Allow it to dry.

Prepare for FUN! Aim the can about six inches from your nails. Cover nails with the paint and don’t freak out about the polish getting on skin and cuticles. Leave it alone… for now. Let the paint dry. It’s a quick process. Finish with a top coat, which will protect the Paint Can polish from chips, dinks, and scrapes.

Then, wash the excess paint from skin with soap and water. Or use a Q-tip to trace and clean cuticles, CAREFULLY with nail polish remover, removing all excess. /EndMani.

It will take a few tries to get it perfect, but once you do, you will be stocking up on cans. It’s a limited edition product, so don’t delay.

Originally published April 2016



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