Hi my beautiful friends. Mermaid Effect Neon by Indigo Nails is the newest addition to their Mermaid Effect range that stole many nail enthusiasts’ hearts! I loved the original mermaid effect, so I was very curious about the new colors. This time they released five electric neon colors: yellow, orange, pink, lila and green. Take a look at my video tutorial and I will give you more details below.
There are to methods how you can apply the Mermaid Effect Neon:
- Method 1: Apply base color. It’s best to use white or color similar to the powder. In the video I used Mr. White from Indigo. Cure in LED. Then apply your top coat. It’s best to use a top coat without the dispersion layer, such as Dry Top. Do not cure the top coat and apply the powder on wet gel. I used a cuticle pusher to scoop the powder and sprinkle it on my nail.
- Method 2: It’s more of a traditional method of applying the powder. Apply two coats of color and then cure in LED. Rub the powder onto your nails until you get a nice smooth effect. Finish everything off with a layer of top coat. In the video I used a white nail polish as my base, but I would recommend using a color that is similar to the powder for a better and more saturated effect. The powder rubbed into the white gel looked a little bit washed out.
In the above picture you can see how the two methods of applying the Mermaid Effect Neon compare. I have to admit, I wasn’t sure about the textured look at first, but now I absolutely love it. The colors are so much more vibrant and saturated and it feels really cool on the nails!
I also took a few macro shots of the textured look! I absolutely love how sparkly this effect is.
What do you think of the Mermaid Effect Neon and which color is your favorite? Mine is definitely the pink one, but I also love the purple for the beautiful golden iridescent! You can purchase Mermaid Effect Neon HERE.
This post came into life with collaboration and sponsorship with Indigo Nails. This does not affect my opinions on the products shown. All opinions are my own.