Friday, February 12, 2010

BRIGHT NEON COLOR CLUB SWATCHES



Next on the list is the bright beautiful Color Club polishes I recently got. I wasn't expecting that several of these would be jellys, so that threw me off a bit and made application a little bit trickier. As you will see, some applied ok while others were streaky. I think part of that was my fault, I don't think I had the patience to mess with "special needs" polish last night.

























21 comments:

Jackie S. said...

The first two are really close in color! Love the blue!

gildedangel said...

Drool.....Electric Coral....Drool......

yardsticks 4 lunatics said...

yeah, me drool, too....uhhhhhh.

steph said...

Wild Child is gorgeous!

adorepink said...

Oohh, I'm loving Blue Light and Wild Child. I can haz Color Club? :-)

Rebekah said...

I really like the teal, coral and yellow. How was the application of the yellow? I know they can be problematic.

Brooke said...

REBEKAH - Just depends on how much time you want to invest in applying it. It was streaky and bad, but if I would have taken a bit more time in application it would have been alright.

1xellus1 said...

BEAUTIFUL! affordable too! I can p/u these from my local bss! Thanks for sharing. :O)

Get Nailed said...

I'm not really in to neons but I'm liking a couple of theses! Is Wild Child close to Four Leaf Clover?

perfect10beauty said...

Wow, those are really pretty!

Brooke said...

GET NAILED - Wild Child is a jelly, so they are not going to look the same at all. They could be close shade wise, but finish wise is a whole nother ball game! Wild Child is awesome! I plan on wearing it again soon when I have time to apply more coats and make it look FAB!

-Diana- said...

Love the last one...wild child <3

Velvet said...

Wow! I love these colors,even if some of the applications were tricky. Just beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Nice blog as for me. It would be great to read a bit more about that theme. Thank you for sharing that data.

Lucy said...

I think I'll skip this collection. Looks like some I already have. They all look gorgeous on you. There are some really streaky ones that I don't feel like messing with.

Crystal Polish said...

I may end up getting a few of these. The last two were the most interesting ones to me!

jaljen said...

Blue Light and Wild Child for me. Do they dry matte? Thanks!

Ayuu said...

I love Blue Light, it's really pretty :)

Fashion Court said...

i need to get wild child, asap!

Skulda said...

I love rainbow sets! These are awesome. They remind me of juicy fruit.

Anonymous said...

Keep posting stuff like this i really like it

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