Ah lookie, more from my recent Salon Perfect acquisitions! This one is the Floam dupe, know here as Kaboom! As you know, we recently saw Bang here.
Its just lovely, a great mix of aqua and green matte glitters. I wore this over two coats of Essie Mojito Madness (which is also gorgeous). It does dry a little bumpy so a good top coat will even that out. I used Glisten and Glow HK Girl which evened it right out.
I was sent these by my lovely US Polish Buddy, I’ve not seen these available in the UK anywhere other then eBay.
What do you think? A good enough dupe for Floam?
Ah, look at these beauties! Thanks to my polish picking princess, I am now a proud owner of four of these little colour bombs. These are the Neon Collision collection for Summer 2013 from Salon Perfect. These are all matte glitters in a clear base, perfect for wearing over all the colours of the rainbow.
These were released in the US and as far as I can tell, Salon Perfect is not available in the UK, so you will either need your own polish picking princess or hit the jackpot on eBay.
Anyway, here come the pictures!
This is two coats of Bang over Sinful Colors Sinful Gel Shine in Patent Pleasure. Review of that coming soon, but I wanted to show you this one first. Bang is orange and yellow matte glitters in a clear base. There also seem to be a few little pink bits, but I wouldn’t have said that was super obvious.
The formula is a bit on the gloopy side, so the dollop and spread approach ensured good coverage across the nail. It does dry rough, so if that does bother you, you will need to put on a top coat. I wore mine over an existing mani to freshen it up, and then added a quick coat of Out the Door. This just takes away the rough edge but it would probably take three coats to make it smooth.
I love this, my love of all polishes in any shade of orange is showing again. Its a great way to freshen up a mani and really make it pop. I’m quite excited about using this in different ways – accent nails, french tips, stripes etc. Plus Ii think it would look intense over white, so I might try that next.
What colours would you like to see Bang over? Let me know in the comments! Thanks for reading 🙂