I wanted to continue trying these scented polishes, and I was in the mood for something ultra-ultra bright. I normally associate that characteristic with highlighter yellow neon, so this is something new for me. Color Club I Always Get My Man-darin (Wicked Sweet, Summer 2011) is a yellow-orange neon shimmer with green flash:
Picture taken in sunlight. This applied pretty much like Get Your Lem-on, which has the same finish. I had good control over the formula and it did apply well, but the formula was streaky and very sheer. I ultimately needed four coats, plus touchups, for a nice, opaque result. Normally I’d think a polish with such a formula would be too much of a bother, but I think this was worth my while. It’s not just because it’s scented; it looks so cool too! It smells like that recognizable artificial orange scent, but it doesn’t seem to be as strong as the others I’ve tried so far. This radioactive yellow-orange color isn’t such a common color for neons yet. There are a few out there but it’s definitely not as prevalent as neon pink, purple, green, yellow etc. It’s so yellowed that sometimes I think it looks more like goldenrod, but it’s decidedly orange. Like highlighter yellow neon, this has a true, retina-searing glow; I love it! The green flash makes it look even more radioactive and glowy. I paired this with Color Club Twiggie on my toes.