I wore this color along with Cirque Vesuvius for quite a while. Not only was this a long lasting formula, but it was so easy to apply that I was able to get on with my life quite quickly. I did chip it once and if you look hard enough, you might find it in the photos. 😀 I’m not pointing out where, though. My nail got caught in the zipper of my backpack…and I thought I was in the clear, but I wasn’t. Damn you back pack, damn you.
The holographic in this is, best as I can describe it as, scattered linear holographic. Make sense? The particles are a bit thicker and not quite like China Glaze’s OMG or Kaleidoscope collection. However, this is extremely strong and pretty to look at.
I hope you find this color as gorgeous as I do. Enjoy.
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Some of the holo comes out to play and is hinted at in this shot. However, I think that if you were to see it at a glance, this is a gorgeous blue. I almost want to say Scottish blue!
Â Again, holo coming into play a bit more strongly here thanks to the flash.
Â Strong holo, good color! Slightly blurred to show holo goodness.
So purrrty! In focus to show holo prettiness and showcase this beautiful blue.
What do you think of this color?
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