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Neon Nail Polish Set: Nicole by OPI!

Submitted by on June 5, 2013 – 7:56 pmOne Comment
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We are living in the booming neon phenomenon! Tastefully resurrecting the 80′s color craze, Nicole by OPI launches two limited edition mini neon laquer sets. The Scandalous! line of neons include white, blue, purple and pink, while Notorious! Neons include white, green, orange and fuchsia.

To make the neon pop, start off with the white base. Let it dry, then go over with your desired color. The white is also great for designs as well. You can mix and match the shades as you like to exude your mood and personality.

The color combo in each set compliment each other well and would work great for nail art designs. You can find them for $10 a set at major retailers like Duane Reade, CVS and so on.

I like to cake on my polish for that solid opaque look so these mini’s won’t last long, at least for me. It took almost half a bottle for a full set of nails. I love that it dries fairly quick compared to OPI and Essie.

Below are my coworker’s hands done with the orange laquer from the Notorious kit. I’d love to add more to it, but she’s a busy woman with meetings for the rest of the day.

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  • Braviary is a corruption of bravery and a combination of brave and aviary.
    Braviary made his first appearance in White – Victini and Zekrom and Black
    - Victini and Reshiram. Neon colors such as bright yellow, lime green and tangerine
    orange are a hot commodity this spring and classic
    colors such as red and white are also trending.

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