By day, it is an unassuming pale yellow with hints of green. Application was a bit tricky for me; I thinned my bottle out a bit and still had to go slow when applying. However, I did only need two coats for the photo below! Day Glow dries quickly and matte, almost with a bit of grain to it, and smooths out flawlessly with topcoat.
This next photo was taken just by shutting off the lamp that I use with my lightbox. I didn't hold it up to the lamp directly to charge it like I do with most glow polishes, and there is still ambient room light coming into this shot. It's essentially a dusk or shade type situation, and it's already glowin'! You can see where I'm going with this right...?
Then I walked down the hall a bit further and stuck my hand into my dark office from the doorway. The hallway lights were still on, so you can see my fingers are lit up a bit as well. The glow was insane!
Finally, I did a photo of Day Glow in my usual glow in the dark polish setup -- a pitch black room. The glow was crazy, and it just lasted and lasted... It didn't fade out nearly as quickly as most of the other glow polishes I've tried. It's so strong and bright that it almost seems to have overexposed the shot!
I was so entertained that I even made a video of my floating fingers.
Day Glow is sold in the Serum No. 5 Etsy shop and Mei Mei's Signatures. It's very popular, so it's out of stock now, but there will be a restock on Monday! Be sure to like Serum No. 5 on Facebook and follow on Tumblr to keep up with restock information. 20% of all Serum profits go to charity.
In related news, Serum No. 5 is taking a poll on Facebook to help decide on a new, upcoming glow in the dark shade! Go sound off if you have a chance!
Product provided for review.