SquareHue’s July 2015 nail polish collection box takes us to the 1960 decades.

 

Nail

Turn On 1966

Turn On 1966 is a matte, neon yellow. As with most yellow polish it will start out streaky, 4 coats will get the perfect finish. Starting with a white base coat is always helpful and will reduce the number of coats. If you like a glossy finish, a gloss top coat will do the trick.

 

Nail

Tune In 1966
Tune In 1966 is a matte, dark pink (fuchsia). Has great coverage. 2-3 coats will get the perfect finish. Starting with a white base coat will bring up the brightness of the polish but is not necessary. As with Turn On, if you like a glossy finish, a gloss top coat will do the trick. The pigmentation on this color (as with most reds) is amazing, using a basecoat will help to protect your nails from staining.

 

Nail

Drop Out 1966
Drop Out 1966 is a pink/blue duo chrome. The first coat is sheer. 2-3 coats will get full coverage. We always recommend using a topcoat to protect the finish of the polish. And while we’re at it, a basecoat always helps, no matter what polish you are using to adhere the polish and protect your nails from staining.

 

SquareHue Nail Polish is:

> “7-Free” Clean formula – Does not contain Formaldehyde, Toluene, DBP, Camphor, Ethy Tosylamide, Xylene, or Formaldehyde Resins

> Vegan-friendly

> Cruelty-free

> Proudly Made in the USA

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