It’s nearly time for Corrupted Neons.. the glow in the dark glitter nails from Ciate, and following that a Pantone led set in Emerald Green. I’m still a bit baffled that Pantone set that colour as the shade of 2013.. haven’t seen a lot of uptake so far to be honest! And, news of a real feather set coming.. none of those fluffy sprinkles..real feathers. I can’t imagine what that’s going to look like!Ciate Corrupted Neons
Smart use of the packaging means when you tip it up, it turns completely blue. I keep doing it and it hasn’t got old yet!Ciate Corrupted Neons Yellow
So, you start with the Paint Pot (use a base coat), add on the glitter (handy tray included) and then coat with the Black Light top coat.Ciate Corrupted Neons Swatch Yellow
They’re pretty wow without the top-coat to be honest.Ciate Corrupted Neons Swatch Pink
Very annoyingly I don’t have a UV torch to show the glow, but you can topcoat the glitter over the polish or literally just the polish.Ciate Corrupted Neons Glitter
The glitter is very shimmery so you will get both texture and sparkle. I’m not sure this look is quite for me and there are other neon glitters out there at the moment. I think the strength is in the presentation and the fact that it’s just handy when everything comes in one kit. It will launch at Selfridges next week I think, so I’ll flag it up when it goes live.
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Very interesting – looks very bold and colourful. As with lots of Ciate products I’m sure there will be a more affordable version on the market soon from a competitor. As I can only see myself using this once or twice I prob won’t pay Ciate prices for the look 🙂
I like the convenience of the kits. Neon glitter is something I’d like to play with. I see myself using this with the color polish alone and/or the glitter alone.. Play with it a bit to find ways to make it very more sophisticated.