Blacklight reactive Rubbing Alcohol manicure with L.A. Colors and Cameo Colours Lacquers

Purchased by Me buttonPolishes used:
Cameo Colours Lacquers Shuttity Up Up Up! [November 2017 Polish Pickup Pack], 3 coats plus top coat. I was worried with how packed this is that I would need a lot of top coat, but I didn’t! Everything laid down flat and formula was really nice.
L.A. Colors Energy, 2 coats as base
L.A. Colors Luminous (coral), Electric (purple), Nuclear (blue)

neon rubbing alcohol manicure with L.A. Colors and Cameo Colours Lacquers | Be Happy And Buy Polish

This is my current mani, although I think I’m taking it off later today. The blacklight/neon nails are wearing at the tips really fast, which is annoying. :/ For whatever reason, whenever I have nail art like that, it wears off too fast. But I keep doing it because it’s pretty. haha!

Cameo Colours Lacquers Shuttity Up Up Up, L.A. Colors Luminous, Energy, Nuclear, Electric rubbing alcohol manicure | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Cameo Colours Lacquers Shuttity Up Up Up, L.A. Colors Electric, Luminous, Energy, Nuclear rubbing alcohol manicure | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Cameo Colours Lacquers Shuttity Up Up Up, L.A. Colors Energy, Nuclear, Electric, Luminous rubbing alcohol manicure | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Anyway, I saw this tutorial from Perfect 10 Custom Nails on youtube and wanted to try it out. Problem? I don’t have gel nail polish. I asked in the Hobby Polish Bloggers group and they suggested I try it with rubbing alcohol and my regular polish.

L.A. Colors Nuclear, Energy, Electric, Luminous, Cameo Colours Lacquers Shuttity Up Up Up rubbing alcohol manicure | Be Happy And Buy Polish

L.A. Colors Energy, Nuclear, Electric, Luminous, Cameo Colours Lacquers Shuttity Up Up Up rubbing alcohol manicure | Be Happy And Buy Polish

neon blacklight reactive rubbing alcohol manicure with L.A. Colors and Cameo Colours Lacquers | Be Happy And Buy Polish

The colors didn’t blend as well as I would have liked and the blue polish was a little overpowering but I think it still came out fairly fantastic!

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