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Summer Neon Chevron V Nail Art - Color Club Pop Chalk
The China Glaze Electric Nights collection for Summer introduces nine bold hues and three neon top coats! The tapered cylindrical bottle has a similarly tapered cap made of textured plastic that is comfortable to hold though not easy to grip if your cap gets stuck. If that happens, grab a rubber band. The thin, round brush is both medium in length and firmness with enough give to allow for ease of control. The polishes in this collection are a mix of brights and neons. The neon shades have decent, not great, pigmentation, apply smoothly, and dry with a satin finish. The creamy brights have a better formula than the Road Trip collection. They have that typical China Glaze watery feel that flows evenly on the nail. With all the polishes, I used three coats. Neons and brights are difficult to accurately capture on camera. While I did my best to present them as close to the true color as possible, there will be variations in person. This one is a mix of multi-sized neon green and blue hexagonal pieces with a few fuchsia ones thrown in for good measure. This is one of the challenging formulas I mentioned above because, yellow. And yes, I have to qualify that. The Morgan Taylor shade is definitely brighter, so this one is a bit subdued. Beware, this one stains so have your fave stain remover handy. I recommend Orly Cutique. Like Daisy Knows, it is florescent in person. I own nothing like it. It dries satin even though I am showing it with top coat. China Glaze Plur-ple China Glaze Plur-ple comparison China Glaze Point Me to the Party is a clear-based glitter topper with neon green, pink, blue and orange hex glitter of varying sizes. Think of a traffic cone. It makes me think of Slimer from Ghostbusters, the way he glows as he floats through the hotel. As you can see below, I have nothing that matches it. None of my other greens are quite this blue or bright. To give you an idea of how vivid this collection is, UV is the most understated color in the bunch. China Glaze Electric Nights officially launches in April You can find China Glaze at beauty retailers, including SallyBeauty. For more info, visit ChinaGlaze. Are you liking Electric Nights? What do you think of the neon glitters? Which colors do you plan to pick up? And can anyone explain what Plur-ple means? Not getting the reference. Product samples were provided by reps for China Glaze. Affiliate links appear in this post. When you purchase through an affiliate link, you help support this site. For more info view my Disclosure Policy.
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