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Mix It Up 7-Piece Collection


Retail Price: $84.00
Sale Price: $72.00

Product ID : Mix_It_Up_7_Piece_Collection

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The Mix It Up Collection

Get out your neon, pop in your favorite mixtape, and join KBShimmer as we head back in time to when big hair, roller rinks, and trips to the mall ruled.  Hotter than your crimper, six bold crème nail polish shades and a glitter topper are here to take you back.  This listing is for the full 7-piece collection at a discounted price!

Mix It Up – Boombox in hand and finger on the record button, getting your favorite songs recorded from the radio was an artform.  You hoped for a DJ that didn’t talk through the opening notes so you could get the entire song uninterrupted and create the perfect mix. Mixtapes for parties, road trips, break ups, and to exchange with friends had our cassette collections constantly growing.

Mix It Up is the perfect electric pink crème nail polish.  Slightly redder, this neon shade leans more watermelon than bubblegum, for a hot pink shade perfect for showing off in sandals.  This blacklight reactive shade is best worn in two to three coats.

Totally Outrageous – Music television was in its prime with videos that showed off music and artists like never before.  The clothes, the dancing, and the messages behind the songs captivated a generation.  But a new medium would not be complete without a bit of scandal, such as music videos considered “too much” even for cable, and totally outrageous award show performances.

Totally Outrageous is a neon red-orange crème polish that will take you back.  This vibrant coral shade leans slightly orange for a radiant color ideal for warm summer days.  Two to three coats offer full coverage for this blacklight reflective shade.

Let’s Bounce – Heading to the mall could be an all-day event.  Viewing the latest fashions was a must, be it the latest layered neon skirt or logoed sweater.  Then it was off to the food court to see and be seen.  After that, a few more laps would help us kill time before it was time to bounce. 

Let’s Bounce is a vivid chartreuse nail polish.  This daringly colored shade rides the line between neon yellow and electric lime for an exceptional neon perfect for warmer weather.  This juicy blacklight reactive shade is nearer to a crelly in formula and is best in two to three coats.

Roll On By – Summer weekends with friends often started with a trip to the roller rink.  Jean shorts pockets were decked out with holo bunnies and colorful characters after hitting up the sticker machine, all intended to catch the attention of our crush from school as we rolled on by.  Rink side snacks and chats were followed by late night sleepovers where every interaction was analyzed.

Roll On By is a teal crème nail polish that would be right at home in any roller rink.  This true teal is the perfect blend of green and blue.  Two coats offer full coverage. For best results, follow with a coat of Clearly On Top.

To The Max – If there was anything more vibrant than accessories and clothing in the ‘80s, it was makeup.  Vibrant hues featured in magazine ads tempted makeup wearers to buy a new colorful shade.  Bold blue eyeshadow, vibrant pink lipstick, and broad strokes of blush were worn, each look carefully curated to show off maximum color. 

To The Max is a cornflower crème nail polish reminiscent of retro eyeshadows.  This vibrant blue almost leans periwinkle, and provides easy, two-coat coverage.  Follow with a coat of Clearly On Top for maximum shine.

Net Gains – Scrunched, teased, crimped, and curled, the only thing bigger than the hair was the hair spray bill.  Bright cans of super hold aerosol hair spray littered bathrooms so that teased hair could be cemented into place.  Favorite brands were often debated to see which netted the longest lasting style, as big hair was a must.

Net Gains is a nod to those colorful hair spray containers of the ‘80s and ‘90s.  This energetic, violet-leaning purple crème nail polish dries down slightly darker than it shows in the bottle. This shade is best worn in two coats followed by Cleary On Top for maximum shine.

Scratch That – Well-worn notebooks and grocery sack-covered textbooks were incomplete without black ink-scratched doodles, symbols, drawings, and letters decorating their blank surfaces.  Whether it was the famous S, random quotes, or a crush’s name, if there was a blank space, bored students would find a way to fill it.

Scratch That is a nod to those doodles of yesteryear.  A mix of black shred, dot, mini star, and hex glitters combine to create a doodle-like look best worn over crème polishes.  One coat followed by Smooth Moves and Clearly On Top will give a glass-like finish to your manicure.  Try it over our neon shades for a graffiti-like look.

Additional Information

This listing is for a standard full-sized 15ml /.5oz bottle with our glitter grabbing flat brush. Two stainless steel balls are included in every polish bottle.

At KBShimmer we promise this polish is:

• 100% Cruelty-Free
• 100% Vegan
• 5+ Free and Does Not Contain a drop of:
   - Dibutyl Phthalate
   - Toluene
   - Formaldehyde
   - Formaldehyde Resin
   - Camphor
   - Xylene
   - Ethyl Tosylamide
   - Parabens

Ingredients: Ethyl Acetate, Butyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Adipic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol/Trimellitic, Anhydride Copolymer, Isopropyl Alcohol, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Silica, Benzophenone-3, N-Butyl Alcohol, Violet 2 May Contain: Aluminum Powder, Mica, Iron Oxide, Ferric Ferrocyanide, Ultramarines, Red 6, Red 22, Red 30, Red 28, Red 34 , Red 7, Orange 5, Yellow 5, Yellow 11, Yellow 6, Yellow 10, Blue 1, Black 2, Violet 2 Ext , Titanium Dioxide, Synthetic Fluorophylogopite, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate,  Polyethylene Terephthalate, Polyurethane 33, Silver, Chromium, Magnesium Fluoride, Bismuth Oxychloride.

Please note: while we do our best to ensure colors match on several devices on our end, the device you view this listing on may not accurately reflect the color of the polish.  Photos are provided to us for use by the respective bloggers, and colors may show differently depending on lighting, skin tones, and camera equipment used.

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