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Rival De Loop: Sunny Side
Neon yellow

I recently bought the entire five polish collection “Neon Explosion” from Rival
De Loop. I love neon colours and even though I probably have something similar
in my collection already, I just had to give this small (and cheap) collection
a go. I will link to the other polishes in the collection as I put them here on
my blog.

The formula of this first one, “Sunny Side”, is tricky. Yellow polishes are
often acting up when applied, so I wasn’t really surprised that it wasn’t easy.
I used three coats for my nails today. I would probably have needed a fourth
coat if I wanted to wear this on its own, but I was going to do a brush stroke
manicure so I finished after three coats. The drying time between coats was
good.

I made red, orange and black brush strokes on it.

This is the final design in the sun.

Rival De Loop: Sunny Side


The red brush strokes are made with Kiko #493
The orange brush strokes are made with Rival De Loop’s “Orange Sunset”
The black brush strokes are made with OPI’s “Never Have Too Mani Friends”

Rival De Loop: Sunny Side
Rival De Loop: Sunny Side


Here’s Rival De Loop’s “Sunny Side” on its own; three coats and no topcoat. The
photo is as colour correct as I could make it, but it actually shows up really
neon in real life; check out the bottle photo.

Rival De Loop: Sunny Side
Rival De Loop: Sunny Side


And here are the polishes I used today.

Rival De Loop: Sunny Side, OPI: Never Have Too Mani Friends; Kiko #493, Rival De Loop: Orange Sunset
Rival De Loop: Sunny Side, OPI: Never Have Too Mani Friends;
Kiko #493, Rival De Loop: Orange Sunset


Here are the links to the rest of the polishes in the collection:

Red: Happy Days
Orange: Blazing Fire
Green: Radioactive
Pink: Carnival

Number of coats: 3
Drying time: Good
Finish: Crelly
Overall impression: Difficult application, great “in your face”-colour!
Buy again: Yes

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