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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 it was very translucent, watered down like.2
Not into the color, but the price point is nice and the quality of the polish good.2
As a nail polish it was good.... the color....not at all my style or good for my skin color.2
Unfortunately, I did not like how this nail polish goes on. I don't know whether it's a feature of the polish itself or the brush in this sample-sized bottle, but it did not provide smooth, even coverage when it went on, and took two coats to hide the streakiness. While I may have enjoyed the other colors more, unfortunately green isn't one of my favorites, and I prefer pearls, shimmers, and frosts to cremes.2
I had to put 3 coats of polish on before reaching the desired color which was "peace out purple"2
This color was really bright! It was a bit too neon for me.2
i received the bright orange polish and it was fun to color block on my toenails with it. however, the polish did not last very long. i'm a die-hard OPI user and this brand will not make me switch.2
I'm definitely crazy about nail polish, but green is just not my color. I would definitely have liked to receive a red or pink.2
I absolutely loved the magenta color, but it was VERY difficult to get the desired color on my nail - the consistency was very thin and the color was not very rich without applying several coats.2
There's nothing special about this product. You can find the same colors at Target for less.2