Wednesday, January 5, 2011


The glitter angels are singing over this! Neons plus glitter is quickly becoming a favorite combo of mine! I love the different sizes of the glitter, I really think that's what makes this so fun. I think I need a bright neon skittles pedi with big glitter layered over the top. I don't care if it's winter or not, I still rock flip flops all year round! :)

I started with 3 coats of Color Club - Power Play, which is a really cool neon purple color. It is a little darker and more purple than shown in these pics, but it is still pretty close to the real thing. Then I used Santee - Copper Kiss Glitter, which isn't copper AT ALL (pet peeve!). For a cheap dollar polish this glitter applied pretty good. The base of it was almost like a gel which I think helped with the application of the glitter pieces.

I took lots of pics in different lights :)

Inside no flash:

Inside with flash:

Inside, no lights by a window:

Outside in full shade:

Outside full sunlight:

Here a few pics of Color Club Power Play on their own:


Danielle said...

Very pretty and glossy :)

Danielle said...

Very pretty and glossy :)

Gwenn said...

I just love, love, love it !
That neon is superb, and the glitter combo matches it perfectly. I also have some 1$ glitter polish i bought in Spain last summer, I must try them ;)

Solensdanserinde said...

It's look so glam, love the gold glitter ❤

Megan Harmeyer said...

I'm diggin that neon! It looks jelly. LOVE!! And the glitter on top is great.

Mercedes said...

hi this is a great polish! i really like your page! could you follow my nail blog also?
thanks, and happy new year!

colorfulbottle said...

This combination is really beautiful =)

Prettyfulz said...

oooh i saw that santee brand on ebay where you can get 25 colors for like 25 dollars or something but wasnt sure how good the quality was..i might have to get some of those polishes now

Let them have Polish! said...

I love the base color but that glitter is amazing and for only a dollar?! I really love the combination of colors they work well together.

1xellus1 said...

This combo is beautiful! Love it!
Color Club has some amazing colors.
& you made it an even better party w/ the glitter. LOL Thanks for sharing. :O)

Sarah B. said...

So Nice!
You always apply these hexagon glitters so nicely!

Katie said...

Aah, I love different size glitter in 1 polish!
Great manicure! =)

Lucy said...

Love that Color Club neon! Such a gorgeous bright color. Love the different sized glitter. I'm so thrilled that your back to blogging again. Really missed you!

Skulda said...

o0o0o0o ! I'm craving a lot of chunky glitter topcoats lately!

Olivia said...

Wow I love this colour! The glitter looks so good with it! x

ABOP (laquerlove on MUA) said...

Awesome combination! Looks jelly-ish too.

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