If you're new to spray-on nail polish, a few different brands now make this type of product. The gist of it is as follows:
- Apply a traditional (brush-on) basecoat to nails
- Spray on polish in smooth, even strokes
- Apply a traditional (brush-on) topcoat and wait for polish to dry
- Wash polish residue off fingers and BAM. You're done.
The key here is that the polish residue on your fingers is supposed to be very easy to wash off using just warm, soapy water. In other words, the formula is designed to cling to the nail, but not the skin. Intrigued? Yeah, me too.
I've watched a few tutorials on YouTube and it seems like a quick and easy way to give yourself a manicure, as long as you're doing it in a well-ventilated room since I hear this stuff is quite powerful in terms of fumes.
ANYWAY, the point of this post is just to let you know that the much-talked-about new beauty brand, Milk Makeup, now has their own version of spray-on polish ($12) and the line is now available exclusively at Urban Outfitters HERE. They only have three shade options, but the colors look pretty.
I believe that Nails Inc. was the first brand to come out with spray-on nail polish (please someone correct me if I'm wrong), and you can get the Nails Inc. Spray Can at Sally Beauty HERE (just like with Milk Makeup. there are 3 shade options). Their version is $11.99, so that seems to be the going rate for this type of product.
Have you already tried spray-on nail polish? If so, you KNOW I would love to hear from you! If you haven't tried this type of product yet, are you as intrigued as I am with it?