*The product in this post was bought by me. As always, all opinions are my own. For more info you can view my disclosure policy here.*
I cannot believe that I forgot to post yesterday! I hate getting off track but with basically re-doing our whole bathroom my mind has just been elsewhere. Not to mention that I have become slightly obsessed with Swagbucks in the past couple weeks. lol Anyway today I have Daring Digits Neon Sugar to share with you. This was the other polish that I picked up from Daring Digits when my honey treated me for my birthday back in April. I can't believe I waited so long to use it.
Isn't that one of the cutest things you've ever seen? Neon Sugar is a fairly new (it was brand new when I bought it) polish with neon green and pink squares and little green and pink hexes set in an off white base. I used two coats plus topcoat for all photos. My camera did not want capture the colors right so I had to use my cell phone for these pics. Sad thing is I believe it takes better pictures then my camera does.
I absolutely love this! For some reason the base sorta reminds me of cake batter. Yummo! I had no application issues with this one and the dry time was incredible. By the time I walked from my polish room to the bathroom to see how the painting was coming along it was already dry. I just couldn't believe it.
I thought about stamping over this but I just didn't have the heart to cover it up. Maybe the next time I wear it I'll have some cool new plates (compliments of Swagbucks gift cards lol).
You can find this polish and more at Daring Digits website. I suggest you drop on by as she just launched some new ones yesterday ( Strawberry Fields is so pretty) and remember shipping is free! You can also find her on Facebook.
What do you think? Liking this as much as I am or are you over all these white based glitters? Let me know. As for now I'm off to spend some time with my honey since it's her birthday today. Shhh, don't tell her I told you, she doesn't want to celebrate. LOL
As always, thanks for stopping by, and I hope you enjoyed :)