So, I just bought some new holographic polish and got it in the mail today and I couldn't wait to put it on. The polish is from the Color Club Halo Hues 2012 and 2013 collections. I will have a video showing the polishes on YouTube by the end of the day Friday. Because I love blue, I chose to use 2 shades of blue...a lighter (from the 2012 collection) and a darker (from the newly released 2013 collection) blue. I just love blue!!! And again, I applied the mani by alternating the colors on each hand has more of the darker blue and the other more of the light blue.

Here's what I used:

Base coat: Yellow Buster by Develop 10
Base color 1: Over the Moon by Color Club (darker blue)
Base color 2: Blue Heaven by Color Club (lighter blue)
Top coat 1: Seche Vite - I apply this before stamping, if I mess up I can remove the design without removing the base color
Stamp colors: Black Pearl & White both by Konad
Top coat 2: Julep's Freedom Polymer Top Coat cure under a 54 watt UV lamp for 5 minutes
IP: Dashica Beauty Shop XL SdP 5 & 11

Both Blue Heaven and Over the Moon are fabulous formulas!! They apply like butter...and I'm not kidding. In my experience most holo polishes apply smoothly and evenly, just as these two did. They also dry very quickly. I applied two coats of each to achieve maximum holo goodness. These polishes are linear holo's as opposed to some that just have holo glitter...because it is linear the outcome is just fabulous and the rainbow of colors change as the light hits it at different angles.

You will notice in the pics that there is some smudging of the designs, unfortunately this happens with certain colors, like black, depending upon the top coat used. This did not happen with Seche Ultra-V on last weeks design.

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