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Obsessed!! This color reminds me of Barney, but more chic, grown up and feminine, obviously ;) What I love is how it appears purple-ish pink in direct sunlight, but when inside or in the shade, it looks purple with a hint of pink. However, I have noticed after wearing this on my toes for 6 days, the color does start to fade and pull more pink. Nbd though cause I just go over it with a quick coat and it's back to its bright purple self!
Honestly, this is the biggest disappointment ever. The colour of this polish is absolutely beautiful, but it is the worst quality polish I have ever experienced. It literally chips within minutes of it drying. I threw it out cause it just pains me to paint such a beautiful colour on my nails and then see it start chipping so fast. Such a shame.
A great fuschia pink. I'm probably always going to be on a quest to find the nail polish I've seen in a video on an Amazon promo picture which is a blue fuschia but until then this is as close as I'll get to it.I don't care for the matte it dries to but when putting my Orly Sec 'N Dry top coat on and it becomes extremely shiny then it's beautiful both indoors and in the sun.I found mine on eBay for $3.50.
Purple Panic isn't actually purple, it's more of a fuchsia a shade that lies between pink and purple. I think that they put a large dose of pink into the shade because it is meant to be neon, and you can't make straight up purple shades neon as they are too dark. I'm not sure if it's a true neon; on one hand it's bright enough to class as one, but I think that true neon polishes kind of glow in the shadows, which this shade doesn't do. The polish does dry to a matte finish like China Glaze's most well-known neon polishes though, so maybe I'm just being too picky.As it's a matte polish, it dries very quickly (under a minute). It doesn't need a white base, and is streak free in 2/3 coats it depends on how thick you apply your polish. And now for the bad news; the wear time for Purple Panic is very poor even among China Glaze's other brights/neon matte finish polishes. It always chips on me within one day, and I've tried different base/topcoat combinations that work well with my other China Glaze polishes.Even with this huge downside, I still adore Purple Panic and regularly wear it. I'm not too sure if I recommend it or not maybe to someone looking for a mega-bright purple/pink polish to wear with a certain outfit on a special occasion.
I don't find this to be purple at all, more a neon pink and that's fine with me. I love the colour in the bottle but the application was streaky and the finish is very dull, kinda sad for such a bright fun colour. Gave it a 3 because the colour is wonderful but the finish and application are terrible. I am going to look for the same colour in another nail polish line. Would not repurchase.