Hi everyone, I'm starting to get back into the swing of things. Get excited because I'm going to be posting more often and consistently. I happened upon these last week, they were on sale and neon, so it was pretty set in stone they were coming home with me. Onto the swatches!
Teal Slowly And See is actually more of a sky blue, but we'll let that slide. It only took two coats for opacity, which is a sign of a really good creme.
Stand The Test Of Lime is a vibrant neon green. The formula of this color seems closer to a jelly than a creme. It took a whopping five coats to get this color opaque, but it wasn't streaky at all.
The Clock Strikes Orange is a really nice summery orange. It went opaque in three coats and I had no problems with streaks.
Who Is Ultra Violet? is a fabulous neon purple, but not too overbearing. Much like the green, the formula of this color seems more like a jelly. It took four coats to get this color opaque.
Listening To Blue Reed is a fantastic neon dark blue creme. I adore this color, something about bright blues that glow all on their own. Two coats for opacity and no staining either, which is common in blues.