The green color makes me think of new grass in the spring. It might be a good polish for around Easter. The color is not just light green, though. There are strong flashes of a gorgeous gold, too! The holographic effect is not as strong as in my Glitter Gal polishes, but it's pretty strong, and it's one-third the price of Glitter Gal and more easily available because I can buy Milani polishes in local stores, but I have to order Glitter Gal online.
I am VERY new to blogging, and I took pictures with my cell phone, so the pictures aren't fancy or anything.
I used Sally Hansen Age Growth Correct (discontinued) as my base coat, three coats of Hi-Tech, and a coat of Seche Vite. When you put on top coat, at first it seems like the holo effect is dulled, but as soon as the SV dried, the holo was back on my nails, if not completely back to its original intensity, at least so close that I couldn't tell. These pictures were taken after a day of wear, including typing on a computer all day at my office.
This was in the sun, in my car, at lunchtime, on "casual Friday" (hence the jeans) the day before St. Patrick's Day. ;-) Now my bosses will figure out why my lunch breaks are so long!
|Yup! That's holographic!|
These are still in the car, but without sunlight directly on them. These may be the most color-accurate.
Inside my office, artificial overhead lights:
Under my desk, using flash:
|Blurry, yes, but ooh, Sparkly!|
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