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Looking for some affordable neon polishes?  Then this post is just for you!

I have several Salon Perfect Neon POP shades to show you and the colors are insane.  I photographed them to the best of my ability, but any that are off from what I saw in person, I will let you know in the description!

Let’s dive in!

Sugar Cube

Sugar-Cube

Ok so this one isn’t a neon BUT this is the perfect white to use as a base coat to really make those neons POP!  I have 4 bottles of Salon Perfect Sugar Cube and it’s a great white creme to use.  I used 2 coats in these photos.

Sugar-Cube-side

Sugar-Cube-CU

Bermuda Baby

Bermuda Baby

Bermuda Baby is a vibrant blue creme with a violet shimmer throughout.  I used 3 thin coats for these photos.  The polish is stunning.  I adore the color and it looks fabulous.  Unfortunately I had some issues with the formula and it wasn’t self leveling for me.  Will I still use it though?  Yes.  The color is that pretty.

Bermuda Baby Side

Bermuda Baby CU

Fired Up Fuchsia

Fired Up Fuchsia

Fired Up Fuchsia is a neon fuchsia with a hot pink shimmer throughout.  I used 2 coats for these photos and my camera couldn’t handle it.  I had some self leveling issues with Fired Up Fuchsia.  I used 3 thin coats for these photos.

Fired Up Fuchsia side

Fired Up Fuchsia CU

Flamingo Flair

Flamingo Flair full

Flamingo Flair is a neon peach creme.  I used 3 thin coats for these photos.  The first 2 coats were mildly streaky, but everything looked perfect in the third coat.  This shade is a touch brighter in person.

Flamingo Flair side

Flamingo Flair

Haute Pink

Haute-Pink

Haute Pink is another neon stunner that my camera flipped out on.  This is an intense neon coral.  I used 3 thin coats for these photos.

Haute-Pink-side

Haute-Pink-CU

Loopy Lime

Loopy Lime

Loopy Lime is a neon lime green with shimmer throughout.  I used 2 coats for these photos.  Very mild self leveling issue, but it wasn’t too bad at all.

Loopy Lime side

Loopy Lime CU

Plum Sorbet

Plum Sorbet

Plum Sorbet is a bright berry red shade.  I used 3 thin coats for these photos.  Definitely a pretty shade.  I was confused for a second though because Salon Perfect released a polish named Plum Sorbet a couple of years ago.  They are completely different though.  The older one is more of a shimmery grape color.

Plum Sorbet side

Plum Sorbet CU

Summer Escape

Summer-Escape

Summer Escape is a neon tangerine orange.  In the bottle, it looked bright, but not exactly neon.  When I put it on though, there was no denying how neon it really was.  I did 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat.

Summer-Escape-side

Summer-Escape-CU

Tickled Pink

Tickled Pink

Tickled Pink is a neon bubblegum pink creme.  I used 3 thin coats for these photos and I had some self leveling issues with it.  Still worth wearing, but you can see in the photos that there are some ripples in the polish.

Tickled Pink side

Tickled Pink CU

Traffic Cone

Traffic Cone

Traffic Cone is a neon orange shade.  Again, my camera flipped out, but I love a good neon, and this is certainly amazing!  I used 3 thin coats for these photos.

Traffic Cone side

Traffic Cone CU

Yowza Yellow

Yawza Yellow

Yowza Yellow is a true neon highlighter yellow jelly.  It’s actually brighter in person than it is in these photos.  Application was streaky for this shade and of all the polishes I received, it’s definitely the only jelly like one of the group.  I used 3 coats for these photos.

Yowza Yellow side

Yowza Yellow CU

Overview

So overall as a collection, I loved these neons.  They were bright and vibrant and fun.  A few did have some self leveling issue.  I have a lot of patience and it doesn’t bother me too much.  I needed 3 coats for almost all of these polishes, but if you use a nice white creme (like Sugar Cube) as a base, that helps a lot.  I did all of the swatches without a white base just so you could see what they looked like on their own.

All of these dry to a matte finish, which is fairly typical for neons.  I used Salon Perfect Crystal Clear top coat for all of these photos and it’s a fairly fast drying top coat that works really well.  It’s thick enough to coat and cover glitters for smooth finishes as well and gives a glassy finish.

Price: $3.98 Each

Where To Buy: Walmart

I love neons, so these are perfect for me and the price is really amazing.  There are 3 or 4 more Salon Perfect Neon POP shades that I didn’t have to show you, but I will be picking them up as soon as I spot them!

Will you be grabbing any of these shades?

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I’m Lisa, a 36 year old mother of one energetic little boy. I live right outside of San Francisco with my son and my boyfriend. I work full time in an accounting office during the day and as a beauty blogger at night.

32 Comments

  1. These are all so much fun – did you swatch them over white? They are so bright! I really like Plum Sorbet, it seems different from all the neon/brights I have.

    • No, I didn’t swatch them over white for these photos just so people could see the colors on their own :)

  2. So weird but my Bermuda Baby is an aqua (greenish blue) color with light blue shimmer -definitely not as blue toned as your pics. I wonder if that’s my monitor or a batch difference? Also, I have since seen these in the box sets of two, but when I purchased the few neons I have originally it was in the regular wall display -that most likely means these are not LE I hope? There’s a few more I want to get thanks to your awesome swatches!!

    • Kristina B Reply

      Mine either. Sometimes it is really hard for the camera to pick up the true color. I just took a photo of my Bermuda Baby ( I just got it today before I read this, weird, huh?) on my nail and it looks similar to her color and nothing like what is on the nail. This is actually MUCH MORE beautiful than this picture (or mine) and it took my breath away it was so gorgeous!

      • Well I guess my notifications weren’t working too well for the original comment! This was done awhile ago, and it probably is my camera that captured the color incorrectly. It’s been so long I honestly don’t recall, but I need to pull it back out now and see!

  3. I got as many of these as I could find. I love them all. I probably will not use a white undie – let them be themselves! Summer Escape is my favorite – so gorgeous and bright! Thanks for the wonderful swatches and photos!

  4. Wow! I had no idea these were so inexpensive! I am going to have to give them a try! I love them all – great pictures, too! :)

  5. Love those colors! I’m a huge nail art geek, so this is right up my alley ha. Bermuda Baby is my favorite!

  6. walaa samir Reply

    I love most of the colors and wanna to buy, from where I can got it, also are u produce same colors for gel nail polish

  7. I didn’t know using white as a base coat made neons pop! I’m going to have to try it out!

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  9. I just bought one by this brand you didn’t include (it might be a new shade), called “in mint condition”. It is so pretty and interesting. I snagged it on clearance for $3.

    • I don’t seem to have that one, and I just got the new Neon Pop! Collection in, they sent 12 neons (I think 6 are new?) but that one isn’t included!

  10. I love the “In Mint Condition” color, but mine cracks and peels very easy, not to mention the edges wear down fast. I use a sticky base coast and a good top coat, yet still have this problem.

    Like I said, I love this color. Is there any tips that you have? Yours look great!

    • I generally use a “sticky” base coat like KBShimmer BAsic Training and KBShimmer’s Clearly On Top top coat. I just find they usually help my manicures last longer.

      Also – I JUST got this years Neon Pop collection in so it should be up soon!

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