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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.
It was extremely streaky and the scent was extremely strong, even for nail polish.1
Very thick and difficult to apply. Not good polish at all.1
I received teal...definitely not a teal person. Probably will never use the product. Wish I would have gotten a color I normally wear: pink, red, nude...1
I don't like the product. It doesn't apply well or lay flat on the nail. I don't think I would purchase let alone keep the product.1
I would never paint my finger nails green. I only do classic neutral beiges and light pinks.1
The formula is horrible! I put on three coats and it looks like I barely have on one. At first it looked shiny, but as it dried it lost it's shine and looks like a colored my nails with a paint pen. I know a lot about nail polish and know what good nail polish is, but this one is pathetic and I will NEVER purchase it.1
Had to give such low reviews because my April birchbox was suppose to include a neon color but instead I received color club "He Loves Me" which is not neon at all just a light pink. I was interested in the neon colors though.1
Chipped right away, after I used it for a pedicure. My pedicure usually lasts two weeks, so I am suspicious about the formula. The color is fun, but chipping after less than 48 is a deal breaker for me.1
Neon may be trendy, but it isn't my thing. The polish is good quality, and I plan to pass it on to a friend who loves super bright nail colors.1
this goes on super streaky and bubbles too fast. It should be dollar store polish for the quality.1