Jubilee has the same base pigment that was used in Peacock Parade and shifts from green to blue to purple to pink, the magnetic pigment is an beautiful yellow gold that causes the bottle to appear as a sort of muddy color.
Note: Magnetic polishes do require an actual magnet to perform it’s magic on the nail. Think of if as magic wand to apply over these polishes.
I tend to add a black undie to my magnetic polishes, but I found that I didn’t need one.
Most of the Tonic magnetic polishes work well without one. I have seen where a cobalt blue undie was applied and it worked well, but nothing that was a striking difference.
I used 3 coats of the polish and a glossy top coat in the images for this blog. The formula is a nice consistency and dried to a semi glossy finish. The shift on this one is fabulous and barring the yellow it’s very reminiscent of Peacock Parade.
Note for first time magnetic users, you must use the magnet over every wet coat of polish, yes even the top coat!
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