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Today on the blog, I have the second half of the Shinespark Polish 90's Kid's Collection review with swatches. I am so excited to show you this portion of the collection as its my favorite!
|Shinespark Polish 90's Kid's Collection (starting at the top and going clockwise): Ballerina Bunny, Rainbow Chaser, Markie, Peekaboo, Dancing Dolphins, and Max Splash)|
Take a look at Peekaboo, a luscious vivid green neon jelly with subtle shimmer. This polish was so exciting to apply, the formula was amazingly smooth and easy to apply. I was reminiscing of childhood days and watching Nickelodeon where kids went on TV just to get slimed! Shown here in 3 coats plus topcoat, this polish is unique to my collection. Can you believe how bright it is without a white base?!
|Peekaboo, 3 coats plus topcoat|
|Peekaboo with OPI Matte topcoat|
Next up is Dancing Dolphins, a beautiful ocean-y neon blue jelly with subtle shimmer. This is one of my two absolute favorites from this collection. The color is just to die for! I had no problems with the application of this polish, the formula is identical to the rest of the collection.
|Dancing Dolphins, 3 coats plus topcoat|
|Dancing Dolphins with OPI Matte topcoat|
The final polish of the Shinespark Polish 90's Kid's Collection is my absolute favorite. Max Splash is a vivid orchid purple neon jelly with subtle shimmer throughout. The formula was exactly as good on this one as it is on all of the others in this collection. I love it when I fall in love with a color and a formula in a polish. I didn't want to take this one off. Check out how gorgeous it is matted!
|Max Splash, 3 coats with topcoat|
|Max Splash with OPI Matte topcoat|
Let me show you some nail art I did with these polishes. Probably one of my favorite manis to date was the one I did using Max Splash from Shinespark Polish and Snowberry from MPolish. I went back and used some acrylic craft paints and a small detail brush that I got from Michael's Craft Store to do the roses.
|Shinespark Max Splash stamped with MPolish Snowberry|
The other mani I did with the 90's Kid's Collection was one inspired by the collection itself. The 90's Kid's Collection was inspired by the work of Lisa Frank so I felt as though I had to do an entire mani with this collection a la Lisa Frank. I have an entire blog post dedicated to this mani which will be coming out sometime later this week so keep an eye out for that if you want to see how I created it.
|Lisa Frank inspired mani using the entire Shinespark Polish 90's Kid's Collection|
That concludes my swatch and review of the Shinespark Polish 90's Kid's Collection. Again, I just can't say enough good things about this collection. I am looking forward to other things to come from this indie brand. If you're interested in purchasing this collection, you can find them on her website HERE. You can also follow news and new releases from Shinespark Polish on her INSTAGRAM.
Will you be wearing neons this summer?