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Neon Skittle for Summer Day

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Hi everyone! I have a very bright mani to show you today. We had a “Summer Day” at work where we were asked to dress up with bright and summery outfits. Of course, I had to do a neon mani! It was a nice day. Even though we still had to work (of course!) we all got ice cream and there were chocolate fountains with marshmallows, watermelon, kiwi and strawberries. Later in the day one of the guys that works here and DJs on the side whipped out the decks and played some music for us. There were people playing dominoes, pool and cards. There was also a photo booth, but we haven’t seen the pictures yet. Let me show you the mani 🙂

I started off with my usual Tip Top base coat to protect my natural nails. I pulled out all my neons for this one! I think I’ll show you the picture first this time and then tell you which polishes I used.

China Glaze and L.A. Girl Neon Skittle

On my thumb I’m wearing 4 coats of China Glaze Neon & On & On. While this is a stunning colour the formula is terrible. It is a watery streaky polish and I needed 4 coats for it to be nearly acceptable. All the studs used here are from Born Pretty Store (purchase here*). On my index I’m wearing 2 coats China Glaze That’s Shore Bright. The formula on this polish is about the best from all my China Glaze neons. I found it very easy to apply, opaque and even. My stud is off centre here. Sheesh!  On my middle nail I have 3 coats of China Glaze Flip Flop Fantasy. Man I love this neon! Formula is a little tricky as the polish dries fast and it is easy to create bald spots, but I generally get it to look ok with 3 coats. On my ring nail I am wearing 3 coats of L.A. Girl Leap. This is a great neon green. No formula issues, but it is a bit sheer so I used 3 coats. The stud formation on this nail was my absolute favourite thing about this mani! I really liked how it came out 🙂 On my pinkie I’m wearing 3 coats of China Glaze You Drive Me Coconuts. This polish is a jelly, but it is quite opaque. Jellies often need 4 coats to hide visible nail line, but this one you can get away with 3. I sealed everything in with Seche Vite.

What do you think of this mani? Bright enough for summer day?

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