First is Diggin' the Dancing Queen, a warm orchidy pale purple. All of these have similar formulas, kinda thick with almost a crelly type of consistency that lends a little towards the streaky side. I used two thin coats to start and then one slightly heavier third coat to even them out.
Disco's Not Dead is a buttery pale yellow. For a yellow, this had a pretty good formula. It is the same as the others, as described above but a touch streakier. Thee coats here.
This is Feathered Hair Out to There, a nice pale girly pink. This is so lovely and a really classic type of pink. Same formula, three coats.
Under the Blacklight is a glowy greenish highlighter yellow crème. This is actually unique to my collection, I don't have anything like it. I thought it looked pretty great using only two coats, but looking at the photo now you can see on my ring finger on the side there's a little streakiness. Should've used three.
This powdery baby blue crème is Meet Me at the Rink. I really love this one, not a neon but definitely gorgeous. Three coats.
Hot-Hot-Hot Pants is a stunning pale peachy coral crème. This is like a super blanched version of China Glaze Flip Flop Fantasy, like a sophisticated older sister. Three coats.
Last is 'Til the Record Stops, a cool toned bright pale green. I love green and this is a really fabulous shade of it. This is three coats, same formula as the others.
These are available on the Color Club website for $8.50 each. I know they are also stocked at some e-tailers like Amazon and HB Beauty Bar (I have never ordered from HB but they are cheaper there). What do you think of these awesome pale neons? I think they are pretty perfect for both Spring and Summer, they're so flippen fun!
Have a great week!
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