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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.
Doesn't chip and lasts forever. Thick feeling polish which I liked. The color I received was the neon green/blue and it looked amazing. Definitely recommend.5
Currently I have both Color Club nail polish and another brand that is more expensive then Color Club on my nails. When I shower or do dishes, the Color Club nail polish stays on very well with no peeling or chipping but the more expensive brand chips off all the time. I just love this brand of Color Club nail polishes and plan to buy more!5
The color was beautiful (Age of Aquarius), but probably not one I will wear often. It definitely takes two coats to get even coverage, even though the color was dark.3
Age of Aquarius! I've gotten lots of compliments on this color! It goes perfect with my skin tone. It also lasted on my nails for a while...LOVE!5
We received the green polish and immediately me and my 4 year old daughter LOVED the color. It really is perfect for spring. She has had it on her nails ever since we got our April Birchbox!!4
Love this nail polish, did not chip, lasted as long as the manicures I get from a salon5
Unfortunately didn't get a neon color in my box, I got a pastel. I liked that the polish was easy to apply. Not planning on buying the pastel color I received but may have bought a neon if I had sampled it.3
This line offers a lot of great colors--I got "he loves me" in my April box. The color is a nice bubblegum pink, but is a little thin--definitely requires two coats!3
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