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Reader’s Choice Mondays ~ Illamasqua Radium

Hey dolls! The winner of last week’s poll was Illamasqua Radium with 47% of the votes. Radium is a bright lime green filled with shimmer. The formula was very thick, but not in a bad way. The polish stayed exactly where you put it on the nail and it was easy to use. Radium was super pigmented and was almost opaque in one coat, but I used two out of habit.



Radium screams look at me and I love it! I’m so glad my girl Tiffany was able to pick this one up for me. I’ve been really impressed with all of Illamasquas I’ve tried so far. Now I want even more of them!

For this week’s poll, I have several gold glitters for you. Please take a second to vote in the poll below!


Butter LONDON West End Wonderland, Deborah Lippmann Boom Boom Pow, Cult Nails Blaze

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11 Responses to “Reader’s Choice Mondays ~ Illamasqua Radium”

  1. MariJo Nails says:

    This is so gorgeous on you!!!!

  2. Erin Ortiz says:

    What a cool neon polish!

  3. cindioverstreet says:

    Love the color! Do you have any idea how it compares to OPI’s Did it on ‘Em, NYC Apple Fizz or Sinful Colors’ Innocent? It looks sort of dupey. Is is a matte? It doesn’t look very glossy or shiny. I really like the finish on it.

    • I don’t have any of those that you mentioned, but it looks close to Innocent. Radium has shimmer though which makes it different from the other neon greens that I have. It’s not matte at all; dries to a glossy finish. The photos above are with topcoat.

  4. Absolutely stunning color!

  5. West says:

    Very pretty. This green reminds of the OPI Shrek color minus the shimmer. I voted for the Butter London color — I see this season they have a number of of these glitter-like colors.

  6. […] in two coats. It dried to a satin finish, so top coat was used. I also added an accent nail of Illamasqua Radium with some polka […]

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