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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.
Didn't love the color I got (Aquarius) but love the quick dry and look - will def be ordering another color!4
LOVING The Age of Aquarius on my toes. Looks fantastic with my peep-toe ballet flats. Modern and retro all at once, if that makes sense.5
A girl can never have too many pink nail polishes, although I would have liked to have tried another color in my box. The color was intense but had to do 3 coats to make sure everything was smooth.4
This color was too much for me. It is fun so I passed in on to someone else who might enjoy it more than me!1
I tried out the "Age of Aquarius" shade, which is a bright and lovely green. It's definitely a color that pops and I had it on my nails just in time for St. Patrick's Day! Very excited about trying out the other colors.4
I received the "PeaceOut Purple". I have never really worn neon colors but I giggled when I saw it. I was a little iffy because the color seemed bright in the bottle. My boyfriend painted them on my toenails for fun and the color looked awesome. Nothing I'd wear on a regular basis but it was fun and looks great on my toes.3
A fun color but too young for me. I gave it to a younger friend who loved wearing it on her toes!3
I'm not usually a fan of nail polish since I am really hard on it... always chips inside a week, and I can never find a color that suits my skin tone, but this color ROCKS!!!5
Not a fan of the green color I got but the purple ones look cool4
What I love about Color Club is their quick dry because prolonged waiting time equals a greater chance of ruining. Plus this bright color would go great with crack nail polish on top. I would recommend black cracked nail polish paired with neon color as the base.3