This is my first swatch post! I’m still pretty new to nail blogging and YouTube so bear with me. Précision Lacquer sent these polishes for me to review and since summer is ending, I’d better get on with these bright swatches! All of these colors are neon jelly polishes from the Précision Lacquer Get Loud Collection.
This first color is My Little Peony (har har). It’s a hot pink/magenta with a semi-sheer jelly base. 3 coats pictured. This is my favorite out of the bunch. No topcoat is pictured (I was in a hurry) but you can see that the jelly base is already pretty shiny on its own.
Pink-a-delic, 3 coats without topcoat. It looks red in the photo but it’s more of a reddish orange… not sure why it references “pink” in the name because it doesn’t make me think of pink whatsoever.
Orange She Hot?, 3 coats shown without topcoat. I don’t own very many orange polishes (they’re hard to pull off) but this one looks alright with my skin tone. I think the reddish tinge helps. It may be useful for Halloween and it’s coming up!
Kiss Kiss Tang Tang, 3 coats shown without topcoat. This is more of an orange-yellow compared to Twist n Shout. A little garish on me and slightly more sheer than the previous colors.
Got an Idea?, 3 coats shown without topcoat. This is more of a neon yellow (with a tinge of green) in person. I wish it wasn’t so sheer… after 3 coats I could still see my nail beds.
Lime a Dozen, 3 coats shown without topcoat. Another very sheer jelly… you can see my nail beds peeking out.
I like the red and pink shades (Pink-a-Delic & My Little Peony) alone but as for the rest I’d probably use it for nail art purposes (sponging, sheer color washes, ombre, etc.) I’m wondering if it these will be good for water marbling! Pretty excited to try that out… I’m still working on my water marbling skills and sheer jellies could be fun to work with in terms of layering.
I used jelly polishes in my Watercolor Nails Tutorial and these would work well with that sponging technique.
FTC: These polishes were sent to be by Précision Lacquer for review. I was not paid to make this blog post & all opinions are 100% my own.