Viewing posts tagged 'holographic'
July 28th, 2012
Ladies and gents, I have some fresh nail polish that I am desperate to send to a good home. You may have seen my previous post about polishes for sale, and some of those are still available, too. I am open to negotiation especially if you’re buying in bulk! Unless otherwise noted, these are all brand new or have been used once or twice. Please click on the photos to zoom. For a shipping estimate please comment with your zip code or country.
L to R: Snowman rainbow glitter, $1. Claire’s Glam, $3. Ying’s Color (like Kleankolors) Starry Blue, $2.
February 11th, 2012
My fiance and I are undertaking a massive apartment decluttering, and so it’s time to let go of some nail polish. See anything you like? I am open to negotiation, especially if you’re buying in bulk! Unless otherwise noted, these are all brand new or have been used once or twice. Please click on the photos to zoom.
L to R: Ying’s Color (like Kleancolors) Holo Yellow, $1. Claire’s Gold Glitter Top Coat, $3. LA Colors Golden Treasure, $0.50.
November 19th, 2011
This manicure appealed to the raven in me – sooo sparkly. I began with three coats of Hedy’s man.ish.ma Space Silver holographic nail polish.
Then for some extra glitter I added a Halloween pumpkin polish. It’s silver glitter with larger black hexes sprinkled in.
~ Allison ~
November 9th, 2011
This is Love Em Leave Em, a holographic nude by Color Club with fine holo particles.
I love the concept of holographic nudes because they look all demure and tame indoors. Then in bright sunlight, bam! Their true star quality comes out.
You could call this a work-safe holographic.
~ Allison ~
October 19th, 2011
I Vant to be Alone-Star is from OPI’s Texas collection. Why the Vant instead of Want? Is this a typo or some kind of Transylvanian reference? That aside, it is a pretty, cool grey pearl. (Disregard the raggedy cuticles; these pix were taken awhile ago.)
Then I layered POP Beauty Twinkle glitter polish on top. It’s a primarily silver holographic glitter, but you can see hints of pink, green, blue, and gold as well. Since it’s finely textured it’s not as hard to remove as coarser, denser glitters.