Hello! Finally some nail art!! Today I have some glow-in-the-dark polishes by Polish Me To Go! These are the brightest glowing polishes I’ve ever tried! Rather than swatching, I decided to do some nail art with these to show the cool ways you can use glowing polish. I’m taking my nephew to Disneyland tomorrow so I figured this was a great opportunity to test the glow!
First of all, all of the glow polishes were put over a one coat base of Polish Me To Go’s White Undies. This helps the color pop and also brings out the glow. This white went on easily and I only needed one quick coat.
For the design, the main color I used was I’m So Blue. The formula on this one was super goopy, even after I thinned it out a bit. I worked with it, but I definitely needed to clean up after it. I find that sometimes blues can be that way, so hopefully that was it. Definitely worth it in my opinion after I saw how it glowed! Aqua! I love it! This was used on the pinky and the index fingers, two coats. The dots on the index were done using a dotting tool and black polish.
For the ring finger, I used Sinful Colors Wisp as a base. I wanted the base for this finger to not glow so my design would. For the heart design, I painted two coats of I’m So Blue over a piece of scotch tape. I followed up with Aqua Mo’ Glow Popper Topper. This is a semi clear topper that boosts the glow status! I wanted to use this for the heart to make sure the design would glow. It worked! I cut the heart out of the scotch tape with small scissors and stuck it on my nail and covered with top coat.
For the middle finger, I used Snow Glow, a white glowing polish. This one also glows aqua, and the formula on this one was much better! No Problems. This color is great for nail art! I painted black stripes with a Kiss nail art pen.
For anyone wondering… my thumb was painted black. Haha.
I was so impressed with the glow power of these polishes! Amazing! The goopy blue was disappointing but like I said… once I saw that aqua glow, I was willing to write that off! Also, as with most glow-in-the-dark formulas, the glow pigment tends to settle, so these need to be shaken well before use!
And here is the finished design!
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