SHINESPARK POLISH 80's Neons a BONUS glitterbomb : Swatches and Review

Hi there, my darlings! It's a gloomy, rainy but warm morning in to brighten up our day, I'd like to share with you my swatches of a super bright collection from this week's featured indie, Shinespark Polish--get ready for the 80's Neons collection!

Before we get to swatches, let's take a couple of minutes to talk about the application and formula. Neons are notorious for being streaky and problematic to work with. Happily, the formula of these 7 polishes were much easier to work with! Add to that the hint of shimmer that many of these have, this is a stunning collection! A couple did tend to be a little streaky but the trick I learned courtesy of this article from The Trendy Nail is to use a matte topcoat to help tame streaks. As such, I used Butter London Matte Finish topcoat as a BASECOAT and then applied 3 thin coats of each polish by itself, no topcoat--by the second coat the polish was relatively streak-free and fully opaque. I threw on the third coat to smooth it all out and bring it all together. With that said, let's get to swatches!

Bouncin' Blue is a bright neon blue creme with a hint of shimmer. One of my personal favorites of this collection, I still found it hard to place this shade exactly. Is it aqua? Cerulean? Whatever you call it, it's absolutely gorgeous!

Glam Green is a shockingly bright neon green creme with just the barest whisper of shimmer. If you love greens, this one is a must-have for your stash!

Outrageous Orange is a tangerine orange creme again with a hint of shimmer. Such a bright, happy shade!

Psych'd Purple is what I like to think of as a neon orchid purple creme with the barest sprinkle of shimmer. Another instant favorite, I love how this color flatters my complexion!

Pumped Pink is a truly hot pink creme with just a wee bit of shimmer. Another personal favorite, you can see I had a really hard time narrowing down my favorites in this collection but can you blame me?! I mean, just look at how gorgeous this is!

Radical Red is a coral creme with a hint of shimmer. Wait for it...yup! Another favorite, I love this particular shade of coral. Bright yet oh-so-feminine! And it lets me wear an orangey shade without really committing to ORANGE! Lol!

Last but definitely not the least, Yuppie Yellow is a shockingly bright neon yellow creme with a lime-green undertone. This is was the only one I couldn't detect a shimmer in and the one that gave me a bit of trouble. But with a color pay-off like THIS, I'd say it was well worth it!

BONUS : 80's Fun is a true glitterbomb packed full of aqua stars, yellow and purple dots, pink squares, and tons of blue holographic microglitter. The swatches below show 2 thin coats over 1 coat of Sally Hansen Scaredy Matte, topped with 2 thin coats of Glisten & Glow's HK Girl topcoat. Isn't this just a party in a bottle?!

With flash!

So there you have it, my darlings!  The entire 80's Neons collection from Shinespark Polish! If you would like to add any of these to your stash, you can find on them on Shinespark Polish's site HERE for the regular price of $8.00 for a full-size, 15 mL bottle! But now through April 15th, 2015 at 11:59 pm, Molly's having a 20% off sale to celebrate hitting 1000 followers on Instagram--use code 1kyay. It's the perfect time to grab your favorites! Please remember to follow Shinespark Polish on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM for all the latest news and updates, such as the fact that she just opened up her shop for INTERNATIONAL shipping--now all my international ladies can get their Shinespark fix! YAY!

Which of these gorgeous neons are YOUR favorites? Will you be grabbing any during the sale? I'd love to hear from you in the comments section below!

Until next time,

****Products were sent to me for an honest, unbiased review. All opinions are my own.****


  1. Wow amazing work you do! Your blog is so beautiful , so appealing to the eye...mine look so plain....struggle with techy stuff, so have to pay someone soon to step it up! I love all these colors, especially the last one!

    Happy Blogging!


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