“Glowy Joe” is a color I’ve been working on for a long time...those of you who have been in this group since Tonic first launched might remember a large green caterpillar who once consented to assist me in a photo shoot and inspired this color! Neon yellow and green pigments are typically horrible (streaky, sheer, and thick all at the same time) and this color uses a combo of both so it took me a lot of work to get this polish formula to where I was happy with it! This is the end result: it has a strong smooth pink shimmer and leans a little more yellow than my photos show. My swatches show two coats plus top coat and you can see the line of my French tips, but three coats makes this color opaque on my nails!
**Tonic Topper top coat is recommended for all colors to bring out shine and richness of color to their fullest extent. Start your manicure off with our new French Undies base coat to protect and smooth your nail! French Undies also helps ease the removal of ingredients that like to stick to the nail, such as flakes and glitters!
All Tonic nail polishes are 15ml, 5 Free (which means free of the chemicals toluene, formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate, camphor, and formaldehyde resin), cruelty free, and handmade by me in the US using quality cosmetic pigments, glitters, and bases. Because products are handmade in small batches it is possible for slight variations to occur. However I follow my recipes very closely to minimize differences as much as possible.
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Care Guidelines: Base Coat and Top Coat are recommended for best results. If you desire a thinner consistency please use a good quality thinner as acetone will damage polish. Store in a cool, dry place out of the sun. Some separation of pigments may occur over time, but should be remedied by shaking the bottle to remix the product.
Nail polish is for external use only, is flammable, and should be kept out of the reach of children.