This was one of the most anticipated releases for Fall 2012. Why? Because they’re holographic.
I had the same issues with this holographic as I did the others – it was chalky and streaky. I either needed the Aqua base from NFU Oh or I shouldn’t have used a base coat at all.
Though incredibly fast drying, it was like other applications with holographics – once on you had an extremely short timeframe to work with this color. You can’t put another coat on unless it is completely dry or else it takes a huge hunk of color and leaves a big huge gaping hole. It’s unattractive. I should’ve taken a picture to show you. If you’ve used a holographic nail polish before, I’m sure you’ve done it as well. 😉
While this is a nice holographic nail polish, it will never be as good as China Glaze’s first release of their Kaleidoscope, OMG and LOL collections.
I loved this color because it’s a cool, pastel-ish blue-green/sea foam green…I’m not sure why they called it Angel Kiss. I’d have called it Mermaid Something because once on the nail, I was reminded of the ocean.
I topped this off with a coat of China Glaze’s Fast Forward.
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No holo action here in the shade.
Better flash in the bottle than on the nail. 🙁
Another shot wiped out by the sun. It drowned the holo prettiness out.
The holographic was still shy in coming out, even in indoor lighting. That said, I was able to catch the holo goodness best here.
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