The idea behind the innovation is to help everyone achieve a flawless mani. It's for all of us who've gotten nail polish all over their fingers trying to paint with their non-dominant hand, or totally smeared the polish after they didn't wait long enough for it to dry. (That's pretty much everyone.) So I got my hands on a bottle and tested it out to see if the spray-on polish really works. Check it out!
You need the Paint Can spray-on nail polish, Base and Top Coat.
Step 1: Apply base coat.
Be careful to apply the base coat just on your nail and not onto your cuticles. Wait for it to fully dry (don't worry — it's quick!). Check it out!
Step 2: Spray on polish.
Place your hand on a piece of paper or old magazine. With your other hand, spray the polish onto your fingers from about 4-6 inches away from your nails. Don't get too close — the product comes out really cold! Also, make sure you're in a well-ventilated area so the smell doesn't get too strong. (It smells like paint.) Check it out!
Step 3: Apply top coat.
Apply the same clear polish as you did for the base coat. Check it out!
Step 4: Wash your hands.
Scrub them really well, all around your nail beds. It seems like the polish should come off your actual nail, but it won't! Check it out!
Step 5: Love your nails.
The finished product isn't totally perfect, but I'm happy. The extra sparklies around my nail will come off with a little nail polish remover and cotton swab, and it's awesome not to have to worry about waiting for your nails to dry. For super precise applications, you have to be really, really careful applying the top coat. I think it will probably take a few tries to get it down.
Overall, I'm into it and think you will be too if you don't mind getting a little messy. Get on the wait list here to shop a bottle today.