Tuesday, March 15, 2011

China Glaze Kiwi Cool-ada versus Color Club What A Shock!


With spring coming I thought you might like to see some fun and bright colors. So I compared two green neons for you. They might look the same in the bottle but once you apply them on the nail you can see the difference. Color Club What A Shock! (WAS) has shimmer and much better coverage than China Glaze Kiwi Cool-ada (KC). On the pictures I used two coats of each polish. Neons dry matte so you you should apply a top coat at the end. Any other tips for a bright green neon polish?

14 comments:

  1. Very nice greens I think I like Color Club better, for bright nails polishes I always put a white first so you dont have to put so many coats. =)

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  2. You can see a difference and I prefer color club, but I don't think anyone would need both

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  3. They are very different but on this one I'll have to go to Color Club ;)

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  4. I definitely like What a Shock better - that shimmer is awesome! Thanks for the comparison (I had always wondered about KC).

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  5. I much prefer What a Shock...gotta love the shimmer. :3

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  6. I still think I prefer the plain neonness of KC...I like my neons and shimmers separate sometimes!

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  7. I think I'd rather the shimmer in What a Shock. (:

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  8. I prefer What s Shock, i really like the shimmer in that.

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  9. Is there a difference under a black light?

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  10. I prefer what a shock because of the shimmer and it looks like it has much better coverage... cute colors :)

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  11. I'm wearing What a Shock right now! I put it on last night for St Patrick's Day and it's a really amazing color. Thanks for the comparison!

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  12. Love these two greens. I like the shimmer.

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  13. I like the shimmery green better.

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