Magnify is a creme pink polish which looks quite a pastel polish in the bottle, yet on the nail this becomes almost neon and is like Barbie on acid!
The pictures are two coats of Magnify without top coat. With many neons a white base coat is best to make it "pop" however Magnify is perfect alone.
As always, this polish is a delight to apply and the Ferrari designed bottle (with recycled glass) has that amazing grip handle cap, SpaRitual brushes are one of my favourites for control.
SpaRitual are Vegan Society approved and the polishes are free of nasty chemicals.
I love how shiny this is, unlike my other neon finishes this one dries shiny, in my experience neons are usually satin.
All in all this polish is a fab new shade, part of the seasonal release, perfect for brightening up dull winter days and will be great for summer (when it eventually turns up!)
The polish was provided for review by sparitual.co.uk I meant to post this review sooner, I had this polish in my helmer since just before Christmas, I even wore the polish on Christmas day and thought I had already blogged it! I wore it with a holo top coat for Christmas day and it was very twinkly and lovely!
Now onto NAGG! The theme sweets and the pink base I already had made me think of bubblegum. When I was a kid (back in the 80s) I used to get a 10p mix, a bag of sweets at 1p each thrown together in a paperbag. There was also a bubblegum, individually wrapped which I used to try to get my mum to buy. Iasked hubby if he could remember what they were called then turned to Google to find it, I used to love these bubblegums. Turns out they were called Bubbly!
My dotting colours were OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls, Barry M Guava (both purchased by me) and Beauty UK Yellow Peril (previously privded for review)
Here are the other Sweet inspired NAGGS