Good evening everyone! I hope all is well. Tonight I am back with the second of half of the new Hello Pretty! Collection by Morgan Taylor. I shared the first three blends yesterday so if you missed it, be sure to check it out once you are done here. The Hello Pretty! Collection consists of 6 lovely bright neon blends that are just stunning. The collection is pretty solid and one of the few sets that I can say that you really do need them all. Let’s take a look at the cooler toned shades.
First up we have Do You Harajuku?. This is a lovely bright mint green shimmer. Application and formula were both very easy to work with. In my photos I am wearing three coats of Do You Harajuku? and one coat of clear.
Next up we have Tokyo a Go Go. This is a bright light purple neon creme. This one highly pigmented and while a little thick, easy to work with. In my photos I am wearing two coats of Tokyo a Go Go and one coat of clear.
Lastly we have Anime-zing Color!, and my favorite by far. This is a lovely dark neon purple creme. I will note that my camera made this color more blue than it actually is in person. I would say the bottle color is closer to the accurate color, and still stunning. The formula was easy to work with and heavily pigmented. In my photos I am wearing two coats of Anime-zing Color! and one coat of clear.
So what do you guys think of the new Hello Pretty! Collection? I think this may be my favorite summer collection from the mainstream market this year. All of the colors are bright, vibrant, and in no need of a base white for the colors to pop. The new Hello Pretty! Collection is available in the Gelish line at Sally Beauty Supply or standard lacquers at Morgan Taylor. Be sure to check out all the other amazing lacquers Morgan Taylor has to offer and give them a follow on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Thank you so much for stopping by today and I will see you all again tomorrow with a fun, easy nail art mani using a few of my favorites from the collection. <3
These products were sent to me for review but that does not influence my final opinions.