Thursday, July 31, 2014

Salon Perfect Neon Pop Compare

Hey everybody! I wanted to do a little side by side of some of the Salon Perfect Neon Pop Collection, they sent me these for review.

So as I was sitting at my desk looking at all of the neon goodness, I realized that some of you might get a little confused with all the neon pink/orange polishes that I've put up in the past couple of days. In this post I'm going to show you what is what and just how similar they really are, maybe this way when you head to the store and get what you really want!

First is Tickled Pink and Flamingo Flair, both every similar but Flamingo Flair is a peach(er) polish. In real life these two are two sides of the same coin, just look at the polish by your skin before buying.







Traffic Cone and Haute Pink are so close in color that you might mistake one for the other. If you are looking for neon orange go for Traffic Cone. If you're looking for a melon neon Haute Pink is for you! With these read the label and cause under the lights at the store you might confuse the two.



















Fired up Fuchsia and Plum Sorbet are cut from the same cloth! They are basically the same color but one is slightly darker than the other, so I would go with the one you like the best! In my opinion they are both winners!



I hope from these side by sides you can see that all these polishes are different, but are really close in color to one another. I think this makes it a little easier to choose the one you might think would look good with your skin tone. Leave me a comment and tell me what you think of these neon polishes:)

*I think I might just have a water marble up my sleeve that I've been dying to try, and these neons fit the bill! Stay tuned!*

The product(s) in this post were provided to me for review. For more information please visit our Disclosure Policy Tab.

Happy Polishing Everybody!
Love,
~Anne~

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Salon Perfect Neon Pop Collection Swatch and Review Part 2

Hey everybody:) Today I have the other 5 polishes (that I have) from Salon Perfect's Neon Collection, they sent me these for review. Again I want to say that I didn't use a white base coat with any of these polishes, they just didn't need it!

Haute Pink is a neon melon polish. I LOVE this color! I think it is a blend of pink and orange that comes out just amazing!

Not sure why my nails look like a different color from the bottle,
but in this picture the bottle is the right color.

Yowza Yellow is a highlighter yellow. This polish is something else, not only does it go on with no white base coat but shines like a new highlighter!




Flamingo Flair is a neon peach polish. This polish is so peachy it hurts, in just the right way! Looks awesome with a summer tan, and gives you that pop of color everybody is looking for in the summer time!



Bermuda Baby is a light neon blue. This blue is like looking at the sky in June, perfect! This blue will get you through the last days of summer like a star!



Fired Up Fuchsia (I've shown you this before) is a neon magenta. This polish is so pretty, it looks like a lighter version of Plum Sorbet. Perfect for those girls that don't want a dark neon!



These polish are a hit overall and I hope you all go out and get a few of them to get you through the last days of summer! Leave me a comment and tell me what you think of these neon polishes!

The product(s) in this post were provided to me for review. For more information please visit our Disclosure Policy Tab.

Happy Polishing Everybody!
Love,
~Anne~

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Salon Perfect Neon Pop Collection Swatch and Review Part 1

Hey everybody:) Today I have 4 of the 12 Salon Perfect Neon Pop collection to share with y'all, they sent me these for review. I wanted to split these up for y'all cause there are a few of these polishes that look similar to one another, but I'll do a separate post just on the ones that look-a-like.
Just a quick note I didn't use a white base coat under any of these polishes, I just didn't think they needed it to make the color pop.

Tickled Pink is a neon light pink polish. This polish is perfect for that "girly, girl" who wants to have a neon pink with out the intensity of the highlighter color.



Plum Sorbet is a dark magenta neon polish. This polish I thought was going to go on too dark to be a neon but it is perfect! This polish really reminds me of some raspberry sorbet...so good!



Loopy Lime is a neon green polish that goes on with no white base coat in 2 good coats. I was really surprised on how good this polished looked in two coats, I thought it was going to be a streaky mess- nope not this baby!



Traffic Cone (I've shown you before) is a neon orange polish that is super bright! If you are looking for a neon orange polish that almost glows, look no further than Traffic Cone!



Overall I love these polishes, they go on with no white base coat and still pop! Go-don't walk, run! And get these for the end of summer and make the a huge neon statement! Even if you don't use them this year you can save them for next year! Leave me a comment and tell me what you think of these neon babies!

The product(s) in this post were provided to me for review. For more information please visit our Disclosure Policy Tab.

Happy Polishing Everybody!
Love,
~Anne~

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Colors by Llarowe- Holo swatch and Review

Hey everybody:) Today I have 4 of the holo polishes from Colors by Llarowe to share with y'all, she sent me these for review. Are y'all ready for some HOLO goodness??!!! I love holo polishes and these polishes deliver in a big way! Lets get started.

Surf my Wave is a blue holo polish that goes on in two coats. This polish is as perfect as the name it was given, it looks like the bluest water and shines like the sun at the beach!




Young Turks is a aqua holo polish that goes on in two coats. This polish I liked so much for my vacation last week I put this on my toes and got tons of compliments on how pretty it was and the great holo effect.




House of Blues is a purple holo that goes on in two coats. This polish is one of the prettiest purple holos out there, great color and the holo is so super awesome.



I added this one cause you can see the great holo, even though I caught a shadow!


Gemini Rising is a green holo polish that goes on in two coats. This polish has to be one of the prettiest green holos I've ever seen (and for ones that know me, know I don't care for green polish). This looks like the greenest grass you have ever seen and with the holo it is prefect for summer!





OMG! These holo hit the nail on the head! Perfect for summer and are so super pretty! Just a quick note- use a base coat with these, I had a little staining from the polishes. If you want to see more from Llarowe click the LINK HERE! Leave me a comment and tell me what you think of these polishes:)


The product(s) in this post were provided to me for review. For more information please visit our Disclosure Policy Tab.

Happy Polishing Everybody!
Love,
~Anne~

Friday, July 25, 2014

Colors by Llarowe- Shimmer and Glitter Swatch and Review

Hey everybody:) Today I have some more Colors by Llarowe- 3 Shimmers and a Glitter polish to share with y'all, she sent me these for review. Are y'all ready for some of the prettiest shimmers and glitter polishes that I've seen in a while? Let's get to it!

Holiday Road is a lime green polish that has a peachy shimmer. This polish is so super pretty with the peachy shimmer and the way it catches the sun and shines! The only thing I will say is it does require several coats and is still thin(see through).



Alternate Universe is a aqua polish that has a gold/copper shimmer to it. This polish is summer in a bottle, aqua is a hot summer color and with the shimmer in the gold/copper color- perfect complimenting colors!



Connie's Nosy Neighbor is a violet polish that has a magenta shimmer to it. What a get name! This polish shines like nobodies business! Great combo and perfect for summer!



Purple is my Crack is a purple polish that has holo glitter! I love a good holo and this polish even though it just has holo glitter really packs a punch! My favorite polish so far! Great summer color and the holo gives you that shine that every polishaholic needs!



These polishes are so super pretty and overall worth every penny they cost! Love all the colors and the way they shine! If you way to see more from Llarowe just follow the LINK HERE! Leave me a comment and tell me what you think of these polishes:)



The product(s) in this post were provided to me for review. For more information please visit our Disclosure Policy Tab.

Happy Polishing Everybody!
Love,
~Anne~

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Colors by Llarowe- Jellies Swatch and Review

Hey everybody! Today I have 5 Jellies to share with y'all from Colors by Llarowe, they were sent to me for review. Let's jump right into the action!

Blue Jeans & Beauty Queens is a blue jean color jelly polish that goes on in two coats. This polish color is that blue jean color that your mom worn back in the day (I'm talkin' back in the day!) ... even though it's that color it is super pretty and looks great on!


Somkin' in the Boys Room is a grey jellie polish that goes on in 2 coats. I love grey and this polish is a grey that you will want to add to your collection. Grey goes with everything... pink, blue, black, white etc. Perfect for those accent nails that I love to do!



Summer... Finally! is a neon pink jellie that I had to use three coats to get what I have in the picture, it dries to almost a matte finish- so with or without a top coat is fine. I really love this color but was a little disappointed in the fact I had to use three or more coats to get the look I wanted and for it not to be a sheer polish. But never the less it is a pretty color for summer.



Licorice is a black jellie polish that goes on in two coats. I love a good black and this polish is just that a good black!



Coconut is a white jellie polish that goes on in three or more coats. Again with Coconut I found that I needed to add three or more coats to have the polish cover the way I wanted it too. This is a pretty white that after you get your three coats on I didn't see any lines or smears.



Overall these polishes are super pretty but I wished they covered a little quicker than three coats on some. If you are looking for Jellies these are where its at! If you want to find more Colors by Llarowe follow the LINK HERE. Leave me a comment and tell me what you think of these polishes!








The product(s) in this post were provided to me for review. For more information please visit our Disclosure Policy Tab.

Happy Polishing Everyone!
Love,
~Anne~

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Colors By Llarowe- Crellies Swatch and review

Hey everybody:) I'm back from vacation with the swatches of Colors by Llarowe for y'all, she sent me these for review. I wanted to start this week with the crellies- crellies are a cream and a jelly polish all in one! Lets get started!

Read my Lips, More New Colors is a neon orange/peach polish that dries to a almost matte finish, it's a two coat polish. I love this color and the almost matte finish! It's a great color for summer and will pop with a great tan! AAH! So pretty, so neon, SO SUMMER!



Candy is Dandy is a lavender polish that has a semi matte finish, I used two coats. This polish is such a delicate color, so beautiful on and is great for that summer wedding that you have to go to or just a perfect color for the week.



Liquor is Quicker is a blurple polish that has a regular shiny finish, I did two coats. I really like this polish, it is a great in between color (between blue and purple). My picture really brings out the purple side but in real life it got a touch more blue.



Overall these crellies are great polishes that are perfect for those last minute vacations to the beach. Summers not over and these give you that feeling! If you want to see more from Llarowe click on the LINK HERE! Leave me a comment and tell me what you think of these polishes:)



The product(s) in this post were provided to me for review. For more information please visit our Disclosure Policy Tab.

Happy Polishing Everyone!
Love,
~Anne~