In the sunshine:
Base: OPI Natural Nails Basecoat
Color: 3 coats Layla’s Mercury Twilight
Top: Seche Vite
Ok, I’ll be the first to admit, when I saw this stuff in the bottle I thought to myself: there’s NO WAY this stuff comes out like ‘tester’ nails. Well, I was wrong. This is probably the most amazing holographic nail lacquer there is.The picture doesn’t even do it justice. As soon as the sun hits it, there’s a million little nail-bows (nail polish rainbows?). And even without light/sun, it’s still a pretty rad silver polish.
When you see it in the bottle, you’ll be skeptical. It looks nothing more than a plain old silver polish. But once it starts to dry, that’s when the magic happens. I really probably could have used two coats, but I wanted to magnify the nail-bows.
And then there’s the price. It’s $15.50. Not the world’s cheapest nail polish. I’m the first person to tell you to buy cheap because it ends up looking the same as the expensive stuff. But when it comes to holographic nails, it’s really worth it to splurge on this collection.