Colors by Llarowe Young Turks & Color Club Foxy Mama


Neon and neon and on and on. I am in love with bright colors and neon nail polishes. And this post shows it again. Summer means neon to me, the more the better. So ladies and gents, here you are – summer nail art mani with Colors by Llarowe Young Turks and Color Club Foxy Mama!

Colors by Llarowe Young Turks – omg!
Amazeness in a bottle- holo, blue, bright! Incredible bright almost turquoise blue holographic nail polish from Colors by Llarowe. It is from Spring 2014 Collection and is just awesome. Application- amazing for a holo. Longevity – very good.

Color Club Foxy Mama- omg x2!

Bright orange, more like sunny orange neon with shimmer- visible shimmer. I already raved about two other nail polishes from the same collection as Foxy MamaColor Club Peace,Love&Polish & Not-So-Mellow Yellow. What can I say- one of the best neon and summer nail polish collections ever released!

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Bright, bold, beautiful – a must have for everyone!

Sally Hansen Shrimply Divine #520 & OPI Can’t Find My Czechbook


Hey all,

In today’s post I will show you one manicure I did during the summer with two nail polishes kindly given to me for review from

The nail polishes are Sally Hansen Shrimply Divine #520 and OPI Can’t Find My Czechbook. Sally Hansen Shrimply Divine is a nice bright pink creme. The application was a dream with the wide brush and it required only two coats!!! OPI Can’t Find My Czechbook is a dusty baby blue creme from the OPI  Euro Centrale 2013 Collection. Application- hmm, worse than the Sally Hansen, after two coats there were still visible patches, so I did a third thick one to even it up.

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Sally Hansen Shrimply Divine is easily dupe-able, and the same goes for the  OPI Can’t Find My Czechbook. If you have to pick one- I will suggest the Sally Hansen for the better brush, application and brightness!

You can order both of the nail polishes from

Summer nail art 2015- Essie Chillato & China Glaze Purple Panic


Good day!

Today’s summer nail art is made with Essie Chillato and China Glaze Purple Panic. Essie Chillato is from the Essie Summer 2015 Collection and is a yellow or more likely leaning towards pistachio creme. China Glaze Purple Panic is from the brand’s re-released Nervy Neons Collection which originates back from 2005. It is vibrant pink purple neon with subtle blue-ish shimmer.  IMG_0780  IMG_0782 IMG_0783 IMG_0785 IMG_0786 IMG_0788The application was ok. Essie Chillato needed 4 thin coats for complete cover while the China Glaze needed 2 but I put 3 and it also dried matte. I put on the top a fast drying top coat and on the fingers with the sponged nail art I applied one coat of China Glaze Fairy Dust. I didn’t have any issues with chipping or the longevity so the mani lasted until the next one :)