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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 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
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