Highlight of my Summer, a neon mint color. So unique and so very pretty.
That's Shore Bright. This purple is hard to describe. I don't know that I would term it a true neon, just a bright purple.
Sun of a Peach. I love this polish, but I had such a hard time photographing it. The color on this polish so doesn't translate well in pictures. I'd recommend looking at multiple swatch photos before committing to this one. It is more of an orange leaning peach in real life.
Keepin' it Teal is the one jelly I purchased. I love this color, but I had issues applying it. I'll touch on my mistakes (not the polishes) at the end.
To Yacht to Handle, this is the creme version of Keepin' it Teal. They look so similar to me. This polish did funky things when I added my top coat, most noticeably on my pinkie. See those little waves? They were smooth to the touch, so I don't know what that is.
Application wise, I layered all of these polishes over China Glaze White Out. Having that white base and then applying one thick layer of the polish, was kind of a pain, but I didn't run into any of the problems I've heard other bloggers talking about. I did this on purpose, because I wanted to avoid the streaks and polishes I've heard others say appeared for them. However, with Keepin' it Teal, I should have just built that polish up. For some reason, the white base made that one hard to apply, when it hasn't been a problem child for others. Live and learn.
Overall, I love the colors, they are very original for neons. Application, my way, is a giant pain. However, if I just wanted to wear one, not swatch them all, it shouldn't be that much of an issue.
What do you think of these neons?
Enjoy & until next time, Amy Lee
*all polishes featured in this post were purchased by me