Today I have China Glaze Turned Up Turquoise on my nails. This is a neon, and most neons tend to have a matte finish, but I would say its more of a satin than a matte. I like the finish on it though and of course if its glossy you are looking for, then there's nothing here a top coat can't remedy. The negatives of this polish was that the application was quite frankly awful, love the colour hate the formula. Most mattes dry very quickly and this was no different, but you had to apply really fast and the drag was, well a drag! This left visible brush strokes, with the polish not really being workable enough to even them out. I put on two coats to try to even things a little. OK so thats the bad, so on to the good.
Is the fiddly application worth it, yes, it certainly is! I don't have another colour quite like this one, it is pretty unique. I have stated before I am 'not keen on green' but this one isn't just green. Its turquoise with blue leanings, or is it teal with green leanings, or is it vibrant jade green. I can't quite make my mind up, and neither can this polish. In whichever light or angle you look at it, it is stunning and very pigmented, but I think it is a love it or hate it kind of colour. As for me, well I do love it, and I'm glad I bought it. I may have to get some more teal colours now. The pics to my eye are showing a lot more of the blue in this polish where as in reality I see it as a lot more green. There is a post on this blog here which shows the different colours much better than I could manage, have a look and you will see what I mean!