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.
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.