Doing a DIY manicure is probably one of the toughest beauty skills any woman can learn. You always end up with one hand looking like it was professionally done and the other looking like it was done by a five-year-old kid.
So what if we told you all that is about to change? Cue in Nails Inc.’s latest release: spray-on nail polish called “The Paint Can.”
The nail polish comes in a handy spray can that contains the product you spritz onto your digits. Before you lose your shit and think about nail polish staining your skin, don’t worry, it will never do that. The polish will only adhere to the special base coat on your nails, not anywhere else. Once the color dries up, you can just wash your hands with soap and water and the excess polish will be gone. ~*MAGICAL*~
This latest innovation in nail polish is truly a game changer, especially for women who never have time to go and get their nails done at the salon.
According to the company's official website, a top coat is optional. If you’re bored of your current nail polish, you can even use The Paint Can to quickly change your nail color before heading out for the day. How cool!
Joining the promotions for this much-awaited product is fashion model Alexa Chung, and honestly, if it’s good enough for Alexa, then who are we to complain?!
Meet @chungalexa this Wednesday @theofficialselfridges Trafford Centre from 5-6.30pm & celebrate the launch of the new Paint Can - the world's first spray on nail polish! When you purchase two Paint Cans on the night you can enjoy your moment with Alexa, a complimentary mani & a free limited edition t shirt! #SHAKETOPAINT #FashionNailed #AlexaXNailsinc #Selfridges #Manchester
Right now, The Paint Can only is available in two colors—a sexy hot pink and a metallic silver— and costs 10 pounds each (around P700). Their 2-in-1 base and top coat retails for eight pounds (around P570). You can check out their official website here.
The Paint Can will launch in the UK on November 12, and in Spring 2016 in the US. No word yet if this life-changing invention will ever come to Asia, but we’re keeping our fingers crossed that it does very soon!
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