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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.
The color was streaky and took three layers to get a solid, non-streaked finish. The shade is gorgeous and could be a perfect summer pedicure color if the formula wasn't streaky and bulky on the nail after three coats. I will not be buying Color Club polish after this sample.2
The nail polish was really thick and didn't smooth on my nails well. I would not pay $8.00 for this nail polish.2
Love the color, but the actual polish feels cheap and doesn't go on smoothly.2
Received this in "Age of Aquarius". It's a fun color, objectively speaking, but SUPER unflattering for my skin tone and general style. I'm not much of a nail polish girl in general -- I stick to clear and pale pink and cream colors when I bother to do them at all. When I tried this color on my toenails, my girlfriend took one look and cracked up. However, I will say that it's held up really well over the past four days. Two coats over a base, and not a chip yet!2
The colors are a bit bright for me. I like the more purple/pink colors but the aqua color is a bit much.2
Did not like the pink color - plus the formula seemed a little watery.2
Kind of streaky, and the pigment was a little too strong.2
I loved the color, but the consistency of the nail polish was really weak, so my nails look streaky instead of one solid color. If it were more solid I would definitely be more into buying some more.2
The color is great, but the quality of polish is not great. I would much rather purchase Opi for the price.2
It would be ok if it were for children. It did not go on smooth at all, seemed almost chunky2