The pictures below show one thick coat on index and ring fingers, and two thick coats on middle and pinky.
Layla Magneffect - Velvet Groove
I'm pretty sure this is my favorite one. At two coats it truly looks like soft burgundy velvet... LOVE.
Layla Magneffect - Golden Nugget
This was a color that at first I thought "Ewwww, that doesn't look attractive." Somehow I changed my mind and it ended up in my order, and I'm glad it did!
For this one I lined up the magnet vertically with my nails, and it's hard to see in the picture but it really makes them look VERY 3D and awesome. Although I like the diagonal stripes, I think this is my favorite orientation - it even makes my short nails look long and pretty in person. It's hard to capture the 3D effect in a still photo, but trust me: try this at home!!
Layla Magneffect - Blue Grey Flow
Another neat color. The metal parts end up looking silver and the spaces in between become a navy blue.
Layla Magneffect - Purple Galaxy
The first coat of this looks like a nice rich purple, and with two coats it becomes a vampy dark plum with metallic accents. Very classy, in my opinion!
I'm not too big of a fan of the horizontal stripes, though...
Layla Magneffect - Metallic Sky
And my third favorite of the bunch. The brightest one of all, and just stunning in person.
Now I've been playing with frankening lately, and these made me very curious as to how they would look with holographic or duochrome pigment (doesn't it sound like it'd be awesome?!). However, I'm not ready to decant any of these new preciouses to try it, so I figured I'd try layering them over a holo (the holo-est holo I own - Nfu-Oh 62). Here are the results:
Layla Magneffects over Nfu-Oh 62
Disappointing, no? Oh well, at least I'm not gonna worry about combining them with holo pigment anymore. However, I still think that if they could somehow make a magentic pigment that is also duochromatic, this could produce one of the most epic polishes in the WORLD!