[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I do love a bit of neon – if I can find something to wear with a little neon stripe or edge, I’m happy. I’m most likely to wear neon toe nails if I’m heading to the beach but when the sun is out and you’re just loving the brightness of everything it’s a pity to relegate the super-bright to two weeks in Spain.
In the line up above left to right: Electric Parade, Lightcliffe Road, Brighton Grove and Sunlight Square. I had to check if Sunlight Square actually exists because I know that Nails Inc names many of its polishes after places in London and sure enough, Sunlight Square is in E2 – average property price £650,000k. That sunlight better be year round!
I know, I need a new nail wheel. I try to re-use the same one so I’m not buying pointless plastic but I feel this one has done a great job but it’s time to retire it from service. I’m thinking any of these would look great with a white shirt or white t-shirt – personally I’m not sure I’d put the colours with more colour or patterns but you do you and however you wear it, it’s a declaration that the heat is on! The set is £22 HERE.
If the full on super-brights aren’t for you, you might like the We Wear Pink set. Not only is it an explosion of pink, but the polishes smell of bubblegum. Naturally, I am sold on this.
Both shades are very bright but don’t quite have the fluoro aspect that the neon set does so might be a bit more wearable. Anyone remember Anglo Bubblegum – my absolute favourite and forever etched in my mind because one Christmas my brother, struggling to spend his pocket money on anyone other than himself (aged 4! – it’s tough!) gave half an Anglo each to me and my sister. Bitten in half actually. Definitely twas not the season to be generous :-). The shades are Mode D’Emploi and Pink To The Core, neither of which has anything to do with bubblegum as far as I can see. The set is £15 HERE.
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