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Color Street Blue Lagoon joined the Color Street catalogue as part of the Spring 2018 launch.
Color Street Blue Lagoon
Color Street Blue Lagoon 100% nail polish strips are a teal blue glitter with sporadic amounts of green glitter mixed in. The overall effect is a bright blue reminiscent of tropical beach waters.
Color Street Blue Lagoon Application
Color Street Blue Lagoon nail polish strips apply easily and are forgiving if you place it wrong the first time. You can lift and reposition the strips if you don’t get it perfectly positioned.
Color Street Blue Lagoon Swatches
One of the most amazing things about Color Street Blue Lagoon is that layering the strips creates a more intense color – see the picture below! If you prefer a more dense glitter coverage, layer the strips. Layering creates an almost “foiled” effect, as you can see, with a thicker coverage. With only one coat, you can still see a little bit of the nail underneath. This reminds me of traditional nail polish in the bottle, except that you can’t see the “drag” effect of the brush strokes; the polish coverage is far more uniform – those of you who have used glitter nail polish know what I’m talking about!
Color Street Blue Lagoon is vibrant and perfect (see close-up, pinnable image below).
Color Street Blue Lagoon Removal
Glitter nail polish is hard to remove in general, but not impossible. To remove Blue Lagoon without damaging your nails, I recommend using the tinfoil method, where you soak a cotton ball in remover, and use tin foil to leave it on your nails for a few minutes. Or, you could purchase silicone caps on Amazon, and use them over and over, rather than having to use tinfoil repeatedly. That gives it time to break down the nail polish for easier removal.
I recommend natural nail polish remover rather than acetone remover, to help avoid damage. You can find an amazing cruelty-free remover here from Amazon. Need tips on removal? Click here to read an article about how to remove Color Street.