Don Deeva Cosmetics - Neon Sugar Review | Swatch My Stash

Happy Tuesday! It's been dreary in Georgia the past few days, back to the wet and slightly cooler (nicer than the warm but it's wreaking havoc on my sinuses!!). Today I have a super old purchase to share with y'all (check out the bottle compared to the new one, total rebranding) and this isn't available anymore. Neon Sugar was initially what made me gravitate towards DD and I waited for it to be restocked. 

Now, here's Neon Sugar.



Neon Sugar is a glitter topper packed with neon blue, pink, green, and purple glitters and a smattering of holographic pigment.



Brush macro.


Bottle macro.


Glossy nail macro.


After hearing so much and seeing so many gorgeous swatches of this polish, I was expecting a mermaid. I was disappointed with how sheer it was, even with many coats. It was also a fair bit gloopy (I did swatch a few months after I purchased, but I feel it shouldn't have been this thick).


It's almost difficult to look at for long periods of time and almost appears muddy from further away (normal wearing distance). 


Matte nail macro.


I'm really not a fan of Neon Sugar with a matte top coat. It definitely needs the shine.

This would definitely look better over an undie but I was hoping for an almost full-coverage microglitter, what it looked like initially to me.


Formula:
 Thick and gloopy, ended up a mound of polish.
Coats for Opacity: SIX coats (I tried really hard).
Ease of Dry: Normal.
Texture: Minimal noted..
Finish: Shine.

As always, let me know what you thought of this polish in the comments!


Kiersten Faythe
Kiersten Faythe

A lifestyle blog focusing on makeup, subscription boxes, and nail polish.