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Summer Neon Popping Nail Art

What goes best with the summer time than the neon brights of nail polish? Today's nail look incorporate bright bold colours that are perfect for the summer time at the beach or on vacation. Do you dare to be bold? :)


The look is very simple to achieve. You will need:
  • A white polish like L.A Colors Energy Source.
  • Neon polishes in colors of your choice: I'm working with pink (Style Pen in Pink Flamingo), yellow (Style Pen in Lime Light), orange (Kleancolor Mandarin Burst), green (Santee Vikini Green). These colors are close to each other on the color wheel.
  • Makeup sponge
  • A top coat

Tutorial:
  1. Apply two coats of your white polish. This will allow your neon colors to pop.
  2. Next using your makeup sponge and your neon colors just random sponge the color onto the white area. Try not to overlap the colors too much but ensure all the white area is covered with a neon color.
  3. Seal with a top coat :)


And if you just want a regular polish with that neon pop, I highly recommend using two coats of Kleancolor Mandarin Burst! It is super bright, we're talking retina searing color!


Happy Summer!

Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo



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