Silver Holographic Nail Polish

    Good evening, Dear Reader!

    I was going through a box this morning and ran into some silver holographic nail polishes, Chanel Holographic, GOSH Holographic, and Sally Hansen Crystal Ball, and I thought it might be worth taking a look at them along with a newly acquired China Glaze OMG and Nfu Oh 61.  That means I have lots of pictures of silver holos for you!

    I used a base and top coat with all of these.  I used SpaRitual Lacquer Lock base because it's a bit sticky but not as much so as many, and I use SpaRitual Tout de Suite, my former HG top coat, because it's really, really thin.  I did two coats of each of the polishes, and took a picture of each in the sun and under artificial light.  The picture in natural light will be first for each.

    The least holographic seemed to be China Glaze OMG.

    China Glaze OMG Nail Polish Natural Light
    China Glaze OMG Nail Polish in Natural Light

    China Glaze OMG Nail Polish Artificial Light
    China Glaze OMG Nail Polish in Artificial Light

    The oldest and one of the easier to apply was Sally Hansen Magical Crystal Ball, but it took on a very pink tint in sunlight.

    Sally Hansen Crystal Ball Nail Polish Natural Light
    Sally Hansen Crystal Ball Nail Polish in Natural Light

    In artificial light, it looks more silver.

    Sally Hansen Crystal Ball Nail Polish Artificial Light
    Sally Hansen Crystal Ball Nail Polish in Artificial Light

    The most problematic to apply was Nfu Oh 61, but it's worth it for the strong holographic effect under both lighting conditions.

    Nfu Oh 61 Nail Polish Natural Light
    Nfu Oh 61 Nail Polish in Natural Light

    Nfu Oh 61 Nail Polish Artificial Light
    Nfu Oh 61 Nail Polish in Artificial Light

    GOSH Holographic was easy to apply and has a strong holographic effect (with that name, it better...).

    GOSH Holographic Nail Polish Natural Light
    GOSH Holographic Nail Polish in Natural Light

    GOSH Holographic Nail Polish Artificial Light
    GOSH Holographic Nail Polish in Artificial Light
    Of course, the very most holographic of all, and not bad to apply, was Chanel Holographic.  For this one, I used the base coat that came with it rather than the SpaRitual.  It's so good it gets an extra sunlight picture.

    Chanel Holographic Nail Polish in Natural Light Blurry Picture
    Chanel Holographic Nail Polish in Natural Light, Blurry Picture to Show Holo

    Chanel Holographic Nail Polish Natural Light
    Chanel Holographic Nail Polish in Natural Light

    Chanel Holographic Nail Polish Artificial Light
    Chanel Holographic Nail Polish in Artificial Light

    Much to my dismay, I've shown myself that the Chanel is by far the best.  Dang it, and dang the good taste I inherited from my mother!

    That's what I have for you today, Dear Reader.  Until tomorrow, love and nail polish to you!  

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