Last week when I swatched the new China Glaze collection I mentioned that I received my two orders from head2toe beauty and it was full of neon goodness. Well the other order (which took less than a week to arrive so I'm super impressed) was the Color Club Pastel Neon and Pastel Neon Remix collections. Sooooo many gorgeous colours it was extremely hard to pick what to swatch first so I decided to swatch in the order I purchased them in.
I've been drooling about the Pastel Neon collection from the moment I started seeing pictures on Instagram. I definitely am not disappointed with the colours at all. They are all gorgeous. I am however slightly disappointed with the formulas. They apply streaky and patchy so need three coats for even coverage (with the exception of Disco's Not Dead. I actually needed four coats for that one). I have also used them in my Easter Nail Art Idea (here) and found them a little difficult to work with there as the colours are quite thin. I was really hoping they would work well in nail art like the China Glaze Sunsational cremes that I love. Now that being said I love the colours so much that the formula will not actually stop me from using them.
Diggin' The Dancing Queen is a bright pastel lilac creme. I think this one has the best formula of the collection. It is nearly completely opaque in two coats so I think if you are really careful with it's application you may be about to get away with two. I used three coats for my swatch.
Disco's Not Dead is a bright pastel yellow creme. It's definitely not a typical pastel yellow creme - it's more of a buttery kind of yellow. I honestly don't know how else to describe it. This one has the streakiest formula of the collection. I needed four coats for my swatch.
Tomorrow I will be back with the Color Club Pastel Neon Remix collection.