Swatches | The Bad Neon Collection by le polish

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Hey guys! Today I have a swatch an review of the Bad Neons collection releasing from le polish for preorder starting May 12th! This collection is inspired by some pretty rad art by Rocky Davies. These polishes will retail for $10 and were sent to me for review.

LoveBottle
I Want To Know What Love Is shown at 2 coats plus topcoat under artificial lighting.
LoveBottom
I Want To Know What Love Is at an angle under artificial lighting.

First up is “I Want To Know What Love Is,” described as a “neon pink crelly with black glitters and microflakes.” This polish is a super bright deep neon pink with a ton of those matte black glitters and an amazing formula. Two easy coats made for full coverage, and it does dry down fairly textured due to those larger glitters. The blacklight reaction of this (and the other polished in this collection) is just insane!

LoveMacro
I Want To Know What Love Is macro.
LoveAngle
I Want To Know What Love Is at an angle under artificial lighting.
LoveUV
I Want To Know What Love Is under UV lights.

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DyingBottle
Dreams in Which I’m Dying shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting.
DyingBottom
Dreams In Which I’m Dying at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is “Dreams In Which I’m Dying” which is described as a “neon yellow-green crelly with black glitters and microflakes.” This is another polish with a really great 2 coat formula and pulls almost neon highlighter yellow under some lighting.

DyingMacro
Dreams In Which I’m Dying macro.
DyingAngle
Dreams In Which I’m Dying at an angle under artificial lighting.
DyingUV
Dreams In Which I’m Dying under UV lights.

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WorldBottle
Stop The World & Melt With You shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting. 
WorldBottom
Stop The World & Melt With You at an angle under artificial lighting.

Next up is “Stop The World & Melt With You,” which is described as a “neon blue crelly with glitter and microflakes.” This polish y’all, I cannot even believe how bright it lights up under UV lights! Two coats made for full coverage although this formula was a little on the thinner side it was still really user friendly.

WorldMacro
Stop The World & Melt With You macro.
WorldAngle
Stop The World & Melt With You at an angle under artificial lighting. 
WorldUV
Stop The World & Melt With You under UV lighting.

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DustBottle
Another One Bites The Dust shown at 2 coats under artificial lighting. 
DustBottom
Another One Bites The Dust at an angle under artificial lighting.

Lastly today I have “Another One Bites The Dust” which is described as a “black crelly with neon glitters and microflakes.” Of the collection today I believe that this one has the thinnest formula and although the first coat went on a little bit streaky it evened out beautifully to full coverage in two. The matte neon glitters in this polish pop so well under UV lighting as well!

DustMacro
Another One Bites The Dust macro. 
DustAngle
Another One Bites The Dust at an angle under artificial lighting. 
DustUV
Another One Bites The Dust under UV lighting.

That wraps up today’s swatch and review, be sure to follow Allison on all of her social media platforms to stay up to date on all future releases and current causes!

Shop le polish at http://lepolish.bigcartel.com/

Check out Rocky Davies art here – http://rockydavies.deviantart.com/

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