Recently I went bargain hunting at my local Dollar Store and I found these little gems hidden in the back so I decided to do a little Haul/Review on LA Colors Color Craze Nail Polishes with Hardener. All swatches are 2 coats unless stated otherwise.

L to R: Electric Charge, Wave Length, Mega Watt, Energy Source

Swatched L to R: Energy Source, Mega Watt, Wave Length, Electric Charge

I found Energy Source to be a little bit streaky, Mega Watt is the perfect base color for a natural french manicure and has tiny peach shimmers in it. Wave Length is a shimmery jelly color and needed 3 coats to achieve the swatch. Electric Charge is a semi-matte medium pink creme shade. These 4 were among the least favorite of them all with the exception of Mega Watt.

L to R: Current, Atomic, Radiation, Wired

Swatched L to R: Current, Atomic, Radiation, Wired

Current is another Jelly shade but this one is a lime green with a baby blue shimmer to it. Atomic is a gorgeous Teal creme shade. Radiation was the color I was most excited about but was a bit disappointed because it was so incredibly sheer, I needed to do 4 thick coats to achieve the swatch color. Wired, on the other hand was the one that surprised me the most as I’m not a big fan of blue colors. All I needed was a single coat to achieve this gorgeous metallic color.

L to R: Shock, Magnetic Force, Fuel, Nuclear Energy

Swatched L to R: Shock, Magnetic Force, Fuel, Nuclear Energy

Shock is a crazy neon yellow-orange creme shade. Magnetic Force has become my new signature nail color, it is a neon coral pink creme shade with golden shimmers in it and only 1 coat needed. Fuel is a gorgeous magenta shimmer jelly. Nuclear Energy is an awesome purple creme.

And last but not least is Live. This is the most metallic nailpolish I have ever come across! it seriously looks like I have a layer of metal on my nail.

Here are all the colors swatched on a paper. Energy Source disappeared with the flash but I promise you it’s there.

Overall these nail polishes are really good, they have lasted around 5-6 days before I start to see any chipping. If you’re interested in getting one of these awesome colors check out Cherry Culture to pick up one of your own.

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prettty !
really pretty colours !

cool colors , though i prefer much darker nail polish colors , i like the nuclear energy one smile
thanks for the review

I love all the bright and vibrant colors! Thanks for the review smile

i love how bright and fun they look :DDD
thanks for the review ^^

I’m a sucker for colors like live and wired. glittery = <3.
Thanks for the review ^^
Funny how all of them expect for Current look the same on the nails as it looks from the bottle.

LOL. WOW. I actually just went to my local Dollar Tree store to buy nail polish remover, but got carried away and purchased “Live” of the L.A. colors collection. I’m wearing it right now; it looks utterly amazing.


magnetic force is indeed a nice color i also like wired, atomic and live

thanks for the review!!!!! I didn’t know dollar stores had these great nail polish!!! I like the last set of colors the best: Shock, Magnetic Force, Fuel, Nuclear !!!!!

Great review! Magnetic Force is a great color. Note to Self: Go to Dollar Store.



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