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    Bornprettystore Glow in the Dark #02 underneath Serum No. 5 Happy Special Day

    Bornprettystore Glow in the Dark #02 underneath Serum No. 5 Happy Special Day

     
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    Serum No. 5 Happy Special Day and BornPrettyStore Glow in the Dark #02
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First up we have Happy Special Day, seen here with two coats. I really like this one because it has glitter in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and colors. It would definitely look great over any polish. It is a bit thick so the dabbing method may be the best way to go when applying it. 
I’ve shown Glow in the Dark #02 with two coats over a white base. In the bottle and on the nail it has a green tint but in the dark it glows blue, and a really bright blue at that. To take the picture in the dark I let my nails ‘charge’ in natural light for about a minute. I think it’s important to note that it was cloudy out, showing just how much light these soak up. 
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Both products featured in this post were provided to me for review. All opinions expressed are my own. 

    Serum No. 5 Happy Special Day and BornPrettyStore Glow in the Dark #02

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  3. Glow in the dark nail polish is awesome, can we all just agree on this? Yes? Good.

    I really like doing designs with glow in the dark polish because then it looks even cooler in the dark! For this design I used Serum No. 5 Dayglow and Love & Beauty Blue (great job naming your polishes, Forever 21). The trick to glow in the dark polishes is layering them over white because it helps them look brighter in the dark. I used two thickish coats over white. For the picture I let it “charge” in the sun for a few seconds and as you can see it doesn’t take much for this to glow pretty bright! 

    Dayglow was sent to me for review. If you have any questions for can find Serum No. 5 on  FacebookTumblr, and Etsy

     
  4. One time on Pinterest I saw a picture of glow in the dark nail polish and the caption said to break a glow stick and pour it into clear nail polish.

    Yeah no. Sorry people of Pinterest. That’s not how it works.

    (Also pouring a glow stick into bubbles doesn’t work either. I swear there’s a big chunk of Pinterest dedicated to putting glow sticks inside of things.)