Saturday, May 25, 2013

Salon Perfect Neon Collision for Summer 2013 Swatch and Review

PR sample
Hi! Hope your weekend is going great! I'm super excited to show you what's new from Salon Perfect.
I've included the press release for you and then I'll let the pictures do the talking :) I received Jolt, Shocked and Zapped to show you.
A COLOR-MEETS-TREND EXPLOSION Introducing Salon Perfect® Neon Collision for Summer 2013
What happens when you mash up two of this summer’s hottest nail trends: neons and matte glitters? You get an energizing burst of color from the new Salon Perfect® Neon Collision nail Salon Perfect® floats neon matte fine glitter in a clear base to create this “can’t-not-look” collection of six eye-catching shades that offer complete coverage in 2-3 coats.  Or give nails a blast of nail art by using any Salon Perfect® Neon Collision shade as a one-coat layering polish, or blend two shades to create an easy ombré look.

The Salon Perfect® Neon Collision collection includes:
• Bang – Orange and yellow collision
• Exploded – Reddish orange and yellow collision
• Jolt – Yellow and orange collision
• Kaboom – Turquoise and yellow collision
• Shocked – Hot pink and turquoise collision
• Zapped – Yellow and turquoise collision

Salon Perfect® Neon Collision will launch in June exclusively at Walmart stores nationwide as part of a limited edition promotional display.  Individual shades will retail for $3.98. From lashes and brow products to nail color and beauty tools, Salon Perfect® has the products needed to get effortlessly gorgeous looks at affordable prices.  View the complete Salon Perfect® collection at www.salonperfect.com.

 From left to right: Salon Perfect Shocked, Zapped, Jolt over two coats of OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls


 From left to right: Salon Perfect Jolt, Zapped, Shocked
 From left to right: Salon Perfect Shocked, Zapped, Jolt
 Tried a gradient. No undies here and no top coat. Just two coats of each shade. You can see it's on the gritty side. Bottle shot of Jolt.

 Bottle shot: Zapped
 Bottle shot: Shocked

 The last two photos show the gradient with one coat of Seche Vite. Would probably need two to fully smooth it out.

I love these as one coat over a base color and honestly, the gradient looked better in real life, rather than these macro shots. But either way I think it's a fun Summer look that is easy to do!

Are you planning on picking up any? If so, keep in mind they are Limited Edition, so scoop em up when you see them!

XO, Victoria

*Product(s) provided for unbiased review consideration.

20 comments:

  1. Briana NailACollegeDropOutMay 25, 2013 at 2:29 PM

    prepping to stalk all the walmarts now...

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  2. I'm LOVING Shocked! And I love your gradient :D

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  3. I must admit, the texture in these closeups is giving me the heebie-jeebies. :-S

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  4. I think I'd be more excited for these if 5 of the 6 didn't contain yellow. Yellow is just not a great color on me. I kind of like Shocked, I may have to keep an eye out. My Walmart's not so great at nail polish.

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  5. Any idea exactly when these guys hit the shelves??

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  6. Victoria - manicuratorMay 26, 2013 at 2:21 AM

    Hi Angela, they just said "in June". I did hear from one reader that she found them in the store already.

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  7. Victoria - manicuratorMay 26, 2013 at 2:22 AM

    Yeah, Shocked is the only one that avoids yellow, I'll confess..it's my favorite too :)

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  8. Thanks so much for the speedy reply, I'll start looking!

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  9. These look fun, but very bumpy! I don't know if I'll be able to get over that even though I like Zapped the best :)

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  11. Now that's a shiny gradient! :D
    Fan-tas-tic!!! **

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  12. Tabor Linden SchmidtMay 26, 2013 at 1:03 PM

    Honestly? Big fat yuck here.

    1 - egads, enough with that yellow! I don't think it's a good yellow on you via pictures, and I've seen many other yellows that are awesome on you. I can't wear yellow so none for me.

    2 - very limited palette. Neon lime, neon blue, neon pink, neon purple all are ignored, yet are more wearable colors. I'm calling Shocked fuschia vs a real bright neon pink.

    3 - Nail Pattern Boldness has some similar ideas out in her main line - Seppuku, Don't Drop That Spoon, Le Big Party are the few I can think of. Those appear cleaner, more wearable colors with better glitter coverage. Plus, any other lines out, since most wind up with a Floam knock off. So these are just BTDT, but with better polish.

    4 - the texture! I'm a dirty, rotten picker, but these look way rougher than other neon glitter worshipping polishes. Mine need 1 coat Glitter Food, then whatever top coat. I'm not a fan of SV with the shrinkage issues, but that's me.

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  13. Just me or does this remind anyone of Floam?

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