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Two coats of this light blue is still a bit sheer, in terms of the background color. Three coats got me a good solid blue backing-color, but it was a bit patchier than the other colors in this collection. As with all the holographic polishes, these look lovely in indoor lighting, but sunlight really shows off the sparkle and prismatic effects. (Three coats of a Kaleidescope color gets a little closer to the smooth rainbow-effect holographics of the OMG collection…but not quite.)
The final blue color reminded me of the blue often found on Easter eggs and Easter candy - sort of an idealized robins-egg blue.
I’m not totally sure why China Glaze’s later holographic collections included a darker teal (DV8/Techno Teal) and an indigo-blue (2NITE/Hi Def), but no lighter blue. I don’t know if the softer blue was lightened too much when the holographic particles were mixed in, or if people just didn’t like the medium blues as much as the darker shades.
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