Monday, June 17, 2013

Salon Perfect Neon Collision Collection

Today I have the 6 polishes of a new collection from Salon Perfect. I've been pretty excited about these polishes since hearing about them. I searched all over several Wal-Marts to find them before they put out the big displays. Mostly because I'm an impatient polish whore. 


These are from the new Neon Collision collection by Salon Perfect. Salon Perfect is available at Wal-Mart and they retail for only $3.98 so they are very affordable. I also happen to know that these are made by the same company as China Glaze, so you can't go wrong purchasing them. 




Up first we have Jolt. Jolt is a micro matte glitter bomb packed with neon yellow and neon orange glitters. I've done three layers of Jolt on all fingers except my ring finger. On the ring finger, I've layered one coat over Sally Hansen's Ivory Skull. 




Bang is a micro matte glitter bomb packed with neon orange and neon yellow glitters. I've done three layers of Bang on all fingers except my ring finger. On the ring finger, I've layered one coat over Sally Hansen's Ivory Skull.




Next we have Shocked. Shocked is a micro matte glitter bomb packed with neon magenta and neon blue. I've done three layers of Shocked on all fingers except my ring finger. On the ring finger, I've layered one coat over Sally Hansen's Ivory Skull. This is one of my favorites. It's so yummy. 




Exploded is a micro matte glitter bomb packed with neon pink (which reads very orange) and neon yellow glitters. I've done three layers of Exploded on all fingers except my ring finger. On the ring finger, I've layered one coat over Sally Hansen's Ivory Skull. 




This is Zapped. Zapped is a micro matte glitter bomb packed with neon green and neon teal glitters. I've done three layers of Zapped on all fingers except my ring finger. On the ring finger, I've layered one coat over Sally Hansen's Ivory Skull.




Finally we have Kaboom. Kaboom is a micro matte glitter bomb packed with neon teal and neon green glitters. I've done three layers of Kaboom on all fingers except my ring finger. On the ring finger, I've layered one coat over Sally Hansen's Ivory Skull.




Four out of these six polishes have a match so to speak. They are the same color combos they just switch which color is dominant. I've done a comparison here. Bang and Jolt both have the neon orange and neon yellow glittlers, while Zapped and Kaboom both have the teal and neon green. Personally I feel like Exploded (neon pink) looks so similar to Bang, I would have liked to see them do a more neon blue with the magenta like Shocked and continue that theme.

Formula wise, I was a little terrified. I first swatched Jolt, and it was terribly thick and gritty. However, I think this was a fluke as all the others applied beautifully, layered well, and dried fairly smooth. I'm going to apply thinner to Jolt and I have a feeling it will right all the problems I experienced. These polishes build up to opaqueness by three layers so are easy to wear on their own or they layer well on top of polish undies. I've also discovered that Seche Vite doesn't go well with these polishes. I think its because there is no color in the base pigment, so it has nothing to grip to. If you use a normal (not fast dry top coat) they last much longer.

Personally my picks from this collection are Shocked and Kaboom. If you want an orangey one, go with Exploded.

Which color is your favorite?

Enjoy & until tomorrow, Amy Lee

*all products featured in this post were purchased by me

6 comments:

  1. Jolt is so cute! They all look great though, these are really fun :)

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  2. Were these hard to remove? I have Floam and Sand Art and I've only worn each of them once because the matte glitter is soooo hard to remove, especially layered on its own. These look really pretty, but the memories of removal scare me.

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    1. Honestly, not that I can think of. The first time I wore it with Seche Vite and they popped off in like a day in big chunks. The other time with a normal top coat, it wasn't any harder than a normal glitter polish.

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  3. I got an email about these last week from one of the Promo people and I had never heard of the company. These are really pretty. I am usually not a fan of texture, but these are really fun!

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    1. What?? You just send them my way! They are fun, you should totally take them up on the offer.

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