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Maybe we’ve watched too many re-runs of The Brady Bunch, but we’ve always had a soft spot for the 1960s. So it’s no surprise that these ‘60s-inspired polishes are right up our alley. They come in seven neon shades that channel the decade’s exuberant vibe: think mod girls, painted buses, and the advent of color TV.
I loved the color, but the polish was not opaque and not smooth. Gross :(1
The color is not for me, but I am sure one of my nieces will like it.1
Not very happy with the formula, although the color is pretty. It goes on very streaky.1
It chipped almost as soon as I put it on. Might have been because I had a clear coat under but it shouldn't be because of that. It's a very pretty color though (I got it in Peace Out Purple).1
I received a bright orange color with this nail polish sample. The vibrant color was very pretty and covered completely with the first application, no need to reapply to get full coverage but the color did end up peeling off and chipping.2
I tried lava lamp and really hated it. Fun color in theory, but eww. Also, I thought the coverage was horrible, very streaky.2
I got the light green color in my box a while back. I think I would put it more in the pastel category, rather than neon, but the picture here is still fairly true to color. Like a lot of nailpolishes with a light base, the formula was kind of blobby and hard to apply. It was a little too thick, even with a lot of shaking, and it stayed tacky forever. I wouldn't write off the brand entirely, but that green was not my favorite.2
It was nice to try a fun, bright color that is in style right now, but I don't have a need for a full bottle. I cannot wear it on my fingers because it is against my dress code at work. By the time I finish this sample on my toes something else will be in style. It's cute though.2
It painted on very smoothly but chipped like crazy the very next day.2
Goes on streaky. Got a pastel instead of a neon, like an Easter egg pink or something.2