Wednesday, March 19, 2014

L.A. Girl Color Pop: Delight, Leap, & Dragon Fruit Review

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Hi there lovelies! Today's post is dedicated to another mainstream brand that I have the pleasure to review for you. I was sent six polishes and I will be showing you three of them today. The L.A. Girl Color Pop! collections have a wide range of colors from delicate to bold and finishes ranging from cream to glitter. I am sure you will find these polishes beautiful and the price point is definitely a plus!

Delight is a soft lilac creme with subtle silver shimmer. Though subtle, the shimmer is just enough to compliment this soft shade. It is visible, but not overpowering. I used three coats without topcoat. The formula was slightly patchy on the first and second coats, but leveled out nicely upon application of the third. I am not quite sure, but this may have been due to the slightly frayed brush that was included with this bottle. Either way, the formula was okay overall and it is definitely worth the minor issues with application. This is a perfect springy color!

Leap is a bright neon green crelly type formula. Talk about bright! Ha! This is definitely a true neon color. I used four coats without topcoat. The formula was really sheer and streaky on the first coat. Application was easy, even with four coats. The polish dried to a high shine and is a really eye catching color. Perfect for the summer! 

Dragon Fruit is a vivid pink creme with gold shimmer. I absolutely adore this shade of pink and the gold shimmer makes it perfect! The formula on this one was absolutely AMAZING and it was nearly opaque in one easy coat. I still used two coats because of my personal preference, but you can certainly get away with one (especially if you have short nails). This polish dries to a semi/demi (?) matte finish, so topcoat was used. The topcoat brought out an intense shine and the gold shimmer really came alive. This is my favorite of all the polishes I was sent to review from this brand.

Overall, I am really impressed with these polishes. Aside from the minor application issues and the weird brush in Delight, these are all really good polishes to add to my collection. What you will also love about them is the price. These are really good quality and range in price from $3-$5. You can purchase L.A. Girl polishes at Rite Aid stores and on the brand's website by clicking HERE.

Have you tried this brand? The last three polishes will be posted soon. Stay tuned!

Have a Happy Hump Day!


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