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Nails Inc Paint Can Shoreditch Lane!

Hello! 🙂

Ok I admit it, I just ran out to buy this!

Nails Inc Paint Can Shoreditch Lane

Spray on nail polish! I had to try it! 😀

Ln the spray can you get 50ml of product and the 2 in 1 is 5ml. I don’t know how many full manicures you’ll get from the can.

According to Nails Inc this is how to apply this spray in nail polish!

Step 1. This part is essential – you must apply a base coat, we suggest Paint Can’s Best Friend – the Nails inc 2 in 1 Base and Top coat. Allow to dry.

Or apply The Paint Can over your nail polish for a speedy colour change.

Step 2. Shake the Paint Can and from a distance of 10-15cm, spray the polish directly onto the nail area. (Cover and protect the surface you are spraying on to).

Step 3. For a longer lasting mani (for up to four days), apply a top coat. Allow to dry.

Step 4. With warm soapy water wash away any excess Paint Can polish from skin and cuticles. Or use a cleansing wipe when on the go.

You will be left with a perfectly applied manicure.

from these instructions the thing really got my attention is spraying it over the nail polish your already wearing… I think this is going to open up a whole new collection of nail art techniques!

Here are my (slightly stained) nails all prepped with the Nails Inc 2 in 1 and ready to go!

naked nails

And here’s my nails and hands covered in spray paint!


Nails Inc Shoreditch Lane Paint Can

Hahaha there was So much mess!

I don’t know about the pink spray but if you are going to use the silver, make sure your not wearing anything that you mind getting a thin coating of sparkles over, it’s in my hair, over my clothes, the whole of my bathroom is slightly sparkly! Oops!

But I don’t really mind as I’m usually covered in glitter! 😀

Nails inc shorditch lane

This photo is without the topcoat! It really is a lovely chrome!

I have to say that the polish comes away from the skin really easily, I found it was even easier to remove by soaking my hand in warm water for a few minutes.

It was slightly more difficult to remove the polish from my cuticles, I has to scrape it away with an orange stick.

When I applied the 2 in 1 as topcoat something rather strange happened.

nails inc shoreditch lane

There was rather a lot of what I can only describe as antiquing, and there is also some cloudiness to the tips of my nails, like a matte french tip, interestingly this is the same problem I have with Out The Door topcoat on normal nail polish (which is why I don’t use it).

Then I tried applying Seche Vite.

Nails Inc Shoreditch Lane

There is still a little antiquing, it’s not as bad and there’s no odd matte tips!

You can find the silver Paint Can here Nails Inc Shoreditch Lane (UK Only)

This is a really fun product! and yes it does exactly what it says on the tin! For me I don’t know if it is any faster than using a normal one coat polish with base and topcoat, as it did take a little while to clean the polish from my skin. I think this will be an amazing product if you are not not so good at painting your dominant hand!

My final thoughts on the 2 in 1 makes a good base coat, not so much as a top coat with this silver can.

I really hope that Nails Inc release some more Paint Can colours!

Is spray on nail polish something you would consider using?

Nails inc. Swatches Franklins Row, St Mark’s Square, Old Bond Street, Cheyne Walk, Clifford Street and Oxford Street.

Today I have six rather lovely nails inc. polishes to show you Franklins Row, St Mark’s Square, Old Bond Street, Cheyne Walk, Clifford Street and Oxford Street.

Franklins Row, St Mark's Square, Old Bond Street, Cheyne Walk, Clifford Street and Oxford Street.

Franklins Row, St Mark’s Square, Old Bond Street, Cheyne Walk, Clifford Street and Oxford Street.

St Mark’s Square

St Marks Square

St Marks Square

This is a really nice lilac foil, really nice to apply, good consistansy and flow from the brush, fast drying, not as much pigment as I would like but it is a very pretty colour, this was two coats.

Clifford Street

Clifford Street

Clifford Street

Clifford Street is a lovely dark purple grey creme with gold iridescent glitter, it is lovely to apply, really nice consistancy, good amount of pigment, the gold glitter adds depth to the polish. there was some dragging while I was applying this polish, this was two coats that dried quickly.

Old Bond Street

Old Bond Street

Old Bond Street

Old Bond Street is a lovely mid grey with pink shimmer.  this is a really lovely polish, such a shame it is a limited edition it is great to apply and fast drying,

Franklins Row

Franklins Row

Franklins Row

Franklins Row is a dark purple with purple and blue iridescent glitter and blue shimmer. This is an amazing colour, so sparkly! This was three coats it has a slightly sticky consistency probably from all the glitter the flow from the brush is much slower and so is harder to apply than the others.

Cheyne Walk

Cheyne Walk

Cheyne Walk

Cheyne Walk is from the Mirror Metallic range it has a pink/purple metallic finish this too 3 coats. It is a very pretty colour, easy to apply, but slower drying than I would like.

Oxford Street

Oxford Street Matte

Oxford Street Matte

Oxford Street is a matte black this was one coat dried in a matter of seconds, a bit tricky to apply because it dries so quickly, but this is a fantastic matte polish, it states on the bottle that this won’t last as long as the other Nails Inc. products. Unfortunately this is a hard to find limited edition! It has lots of pigment so was very messy to remove.

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