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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Petites Nail Color in Wicked!



Petites Wicked! (4 coats)

I feel like I didn't even wear many neon colors this summer, so I thought this would be the perfect time to bust out some brightness since I am about to leave to a tropical country. Wicked! is a neon green color that reminds me of the slime from You Can't Say That on Television from back in the day (remember that show?). The downside to this color is the sheerness; you can still see nail line after using 4 coats! I think if I were to wear this one again, I'd wear some nail underwear to make the color pop more. The formula was a bit thin and watery to work with as well. While I like the color, it was just a bit troublesome to use.


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1 comments:

beachgal said...

Too bad this is so thin that there is a biggie VNL showing - the color is great for a neon green. I have 2 neon greens from ChG collections and never wore either one! I seem to only wear 1 of the neons I have over and over in summer on my toes and ignred the others despite I bought all the new ones from ChG after telling myself I did not need all of em (too many pinks looked similar) and I had a # of em from the older ChG collection that don't get used. But with all the attention to neon this summer I thought I needed to get with it - I ended up wearing a lot of fuchsia near neon tops this summer. I think neon polish will still be in next summer - it just reads warm, shorts, sandals. And nope - don't recall that TV show - but I am an old fart. I watch little TV thinking I have so much to read. I cannot read and have the TV on and catch both like I used to do in college. I think underwear is a good call for this one. You probably would loose the VNL. Can I jump in your suitcase for the trip? Now that finally fall has come to my neck of the woods and I am rocking the rain and below 60's temps, I think I could handle the heat in Cambodia..you could use another microbiologist with ya right?