Piggy Paint "Solar Power"

Piggy Paint "Solar Power" was one of the neons from their Project Earth collection which is suited towards tweens.  If you have little girls, I really do recommend this polish since it is so free of chemicals.  Included in my box was a business card with the following instructions for wear:

Application Instructions
* Wash hands with soap and water.
*Apply 2-3 thin coats of Piggy Paint.
*Air dry 60 seconds
*For maximum chip resistance, blow dry polished nails for 1-2 minutes with hair dryer set on warm heat/low blower setting.

I almost wished they hadn't sent me a yellow, since yellows are the hardest colors to wear and make opaque, but I am working with what I have.  The first thing that stuck out to me was the fact that I loved this brush:
It wasn't too flat or round, all the bristles worked so well in harmony.  I was able to accurately get polish where I wanted it, without the brush getting bald spots or having polish run into my cuticles.  I did follow the instructions to the letter (no base coat, gasp!) especially since I wanted to see what they were working with.

Again, I can't really comment on the formula, but for a yellow, it wasn't too bad.  Here is in the shade, 2 coats:
You can definitely see a lot of VNL but for little girls and tweens, I don't see that being too big of a problem - hey we used highlighters to paint our nails when we were that young!

First I have a sun picture with 2 coats:
Then I added one more thin coat to see if that would make a difference:
To me, 3 coats just showed the matte more (as neons dry as a matte).  However, I was ultimately pleased with the formula and would like to purchase a few more colors to see if they also hold up.  I also want to check staining since they claim to be "Natural as Mud: non-toxic, odorless, kid-friendly."

Piggy Paint also sent me their Radioactive (glow in the dark) polish but that's a bit hard to photograph in the sun ^_^  I will attempt to get a night posting in.

Piggy Paint is available through their website [here].

Disclosure: The product[s] in this post was [were] provided to me by the company for consideration.  For more information, please read this post.