Nails of the week: metallic neon yellow

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This week I decided to try this acidy, bright metallic neon yellow from Star Gazer. With weather this miserable, I needed something to brighten up my days!

I had never tried their polishes before. I found this number 102 quite sheer. Having said that, two coats gives an alright coverage and three is enough to make it quite solid, although I can still see through my nails against light, which is not really a problems.

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It doesn’t disappoint as a neon, it is beautiful! In direct light it looks great, it almost has a neon “aura” to it, reflecting light very well. It was surprisingly good to apply, given that light metallics are usually a bit painful for brush strokes – they are there, but very little.

It dried pretty quickly and lasted well! The only thing is that I rarely use one single colour on my nails, so changed pretty quickly – you know me! But overall, a good colour in a good polish.

Worth remembering these polishes sell for only £2.50 to 3.00 – yes, you heard it right!!! BARGAIN alert! And they have a multitude of AMAZING colours!

You can find more information about Star Gazer nail polishes on their website. There is a UV topcoat I just need to try! They also have an extensive range of make-up!

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As I am not a plain colour nail kinda person, I ended up adding a topcoat – the chosen one was Confetti from L’Oréal.

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Rating:

4_star

This post contains PR samples. This review, however, is based on my own true experience with the products and reflects my honest opinion on them.

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