I love the Color Club holographic polishes. I mean, I am a big fan of their polish in general, but their holographic polishes are masterpieces. They are practically one-coat polishes, they water marble and stamp and they have that huge holo payoff. It’s hardly a wonder that when I went bling on my fingers, their holo polishes are the first place I turn to!
For this simple mani, I started off by painting on one coat of Color Club – Kismet. Perfect coverage in one coat, hurray! I let it dry naturally.
Once dry, I put on my base stamp, a gradient dot pattern from Bundle Monster BM-XL02. I used a very pigmented purple jelly I made to do the stamping. I wanted to do something that would be visible, but sheer (I didn’t want to cover up all that holo goodness). After that I stamped a floral pattern from BM-XL05 using NYC Pink Promenade. After that I added a coat of Seche Vite to finish off the mani.
Here is a macro shot with more detail:
- Essie – Grow Stronger Base Coat
- Color Club – Kismet
- NYC – Pink Promenade
- Purple Frankenjelly
- Seche Vite – Dry Fast Top Coat
- BM-XL02, BM-XL05
I wish I had a sun shot, but apparently the sun hates Texas right now. I tried to capture as much of the holo as possible. I love that the stamping pops, but doesn’t cover up too much of the spectraflair!