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Win a Project Mc2 H20 Nail Science Lab


If you have a tween you will know all about the popular Netflix show Project Mc2 (pronounced Project MC-squared). A team of girls who use their love of S.T.E.AM subjects (that's science, technology, engineering, art and maths) and spy skills to undertake missions for top-secret organisations

As seen on the show, Adrienne Attoms’ next mission is to use her cosmetic chemistry skills to formulate the perfect look for saving the world. And now your child can do the same cool S.T.E.A.M. experiment at home using just household ingredients.  They can create one-of-a-kind nail designs by using a scientific process called hydrographic printing to create amazing and unique marble designs! 



It can be applied directly to their own nails or provided press-on nails with any rainbow array of polishes from your beauty cabinet.  Each set includes a multi-LED light up station with built-in nail dryer, three stands with holders for your nail polish, three discs with blank nails to design, adhesive stickers, four science pipette, one design stick, and one clear beaker. 

 
We are giving away a  Project Mc2 H20 Nail Science Lab, simply complete one or more of the entries on the Rafflecopter below.

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64 comments:

  1. I always looked forward to science

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  2. Science and I ended up as a Chemistry teacher!

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  3. It was usually English although sometimes it was Science too.

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  4. I loved art and music...the creative subjects I guess?

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  5. I loved and still do maths and science

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  6. had to be art.... only one I was good at!!!!

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  7. Art, I too 21 periods out of 40 each week

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  8. It was maths, I'm not very good now, outgoings more than income

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  9. Science :-) always fun and always something new to learn

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  10. Chemistry! Planning on going back and finishing my degree once the kids are in full time school :)

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  11. For me personally it had to be art i loved it! Love drawing

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  12. i always loved Science especially Chemistry

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  13. I always loved science and maths, still do!

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  14. I loved English - I wanted to be an Author

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  15. English I loved writing essays - I still do (Kim Styles)

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  16. My absolute favourite subject at school was English. I have always had a love of reading books, poetry and writing, so much in fact I went on to study English Lit at uni and beyond.

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  17. I adored art, hated English!

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