This is a lovely scattered holographic polish coming from KleanColor. The holo effect is weak but still pretty! The polish is sheer so it would be suitable to wear it layered over another pink or maybe over a light purple or white. I’m wearing three coats in the picture.
I’m not sure if I prefer scattered or linear holos. I think they are both beautiful in a way! What do you prefer, scattered or linear holos?
This is a scheduled post so I won’t be able to answer to the comments as usually but I’ll be reading and answering to the comments as soon as I get back from my vacation
KleanColor - Holo Pink
I was having so much fun making this mani! I’ve seen lots of dotting manis and I loved them all so I wanted to try it for myself!
The polishes I’ve been using for the dots are the following:
KleanColor – Sea Ice
OPI – Thanks A WindMillion
China Glaze – Four Leaf Clover
OPI – Black Onyx
The dots are made over yesterdays mani, OPI-I Vant To Be A-Lone Star.
Blue and green dots
Today I have a light blue mani for you. I started with two coats of OPI So Many Clowns So Little Time, than I stamped one flower from the Konad M57 plate using KleanColor Sea Ice. Than I did a French Tip using KleanColor Unforgettable memories and OPI Servin’ Up Sparkles. On top of that I used Wet ‘n Wild Blue Wants to be a Millionaire, than a coat of China Glaze Fast Farward.
I think there were too many polishes involved in this mani… Less is more, you know… But it’s shiny
This is indeed a gorgeous surprise. The color has a lilac base with blue glitter particles that look almost like a foil. I was almost ready to stop applying the polish after the first coat but I was curious if I’ll get more depth into the color, so what you see is two coats.
If I would have stopped after one coat, I would have got a little bit more transparency which would have been nice too. If you don’t want to see VNL you should apply two coats, otherwise it’s beautiful with one coat too. The drying time was longer than I expected so I’ve got some marks on my nails here and there but I think it’s beautiful anyway.
Kleancolor - Gorgeous Surprise
This is one of the first KleanColor polishes that I test and I like it a lot. Even if the shade is not unique, it’s a very nice shade, kind of a must have shade. The formula is great too! It’s one of the polishes that covers with one coat. I enjoy this kind of polishes for several reasons: it’s quicker to apply, it dries faster and the removal of the polish is more easy.
The color reminds me of summer. It’s the same shade that pools are painted with to make the water look more “blue” and fresh.
KleanColor Sea Ice