The good thing about neon green is that it does well as either a solid color or as a design color.
If you’re going for glow in the dark or are in a decorative mood, you can make little designs with neon green instead. I would like to point out that if you tend to go out at night, glow in the dark can make it easier for drivers and your friends to find you.
The great thing about green is that it can work in various shades or tints. If you’re into the lemon-lime look, you can go for that.
In fact, doing a French manicure with clear or white and the lemon-lime at the top balances out well. For Halloween, you can do something like an alien design with green and black. You could also do a subtle Goosebumps-like dripping blood look with neon green and black.
Tiger stripes and leopard spots are also a couple of other easy looks with neon green and black as long as you don’t make your nails look busy and do it on all five of them.
Doing the solid color or sparkles on most nails makes your designs look much more organized. Most tints of neon green also go well with orange. However, the lighter tints of orange would work better with neon green than the pumpkin shade. Whatever you want your statement to be, let it bring out the best in you.
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