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Holographic Nail Polish

I love, love, love holographic nail polish.  I cannot stop looking at it when I wear it.  I feel little to no need to add embellishments, which makes it a nice, quick application.  Really, I can’t find a whole lot of cons…except for how they all look alike.  I have a few Color Club holos, and they are different shades, but it is hard to tell.  Then, I had this stoke of genius.  🙂  Add a jelly!

Color Club Sally Hansen

For this mani, these are the two polishes I used.  First, I put on two coats of Color Club Cloud Nine, which is a pink/purple holo.  Then, I topped it with one coat of Sally Hansen Triple Shine Jell-ous?, which is a very sheer jelly polish, that also falls in that pink/purple zone.  The jelly did not take away any of the holo shine, but did enhance the color, especially when the sun wasn’t doing wonders on the polish.

Now, here are way too may pics.  Enjoy.

Cloud Nine

Jell-ous?

Holo Polish

Jelly Polish

Color Club

Triple Shine

Sparkly Nails

Natural Nails Mani

A little less light. Can you see how the jelly helps it look pink?

Summer Sparkle

You made it through all of the pics!  This was a super easy mani, yet it drew as much attention as any other.  Love it!

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Comments on: "Holo with a Jelly Twist" (6)

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  2. This is absolutely stunning. Very similar shade to Miss Bliss! Love it! 🙂

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  3. awesome I love the lighting in your pics I wish we had good lighting 😦

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