Almost a whole week of green manis, and you didn't think I'll leave you without some holo's did you?
So today I have not one, not two, not three but FOUR green holos to show you in a gradient mani. All of these are by Amanda of Chirality, who does the most amazing holo polishes. These polishes are so rich and pigmented, they have "a body" when applied on the nail. Usually holographic polishes are very thin on the nail. It's not a matter of formula but the polish itself... I don't know how exactly to explain this. But these holos are very special. And if you haven't seen them yet in person - You must.
I started with a sponge gradient, using Katydid, Absolute Zero, Asymptote and Kale. Just to get the idea of each one, here's a picture of the separately ordered from Index to Pinky.
It did take me 4 rounds of sponging on each nail because with Holos, if you sponge too much on the same spot without letting it dry, you just remove the color. Better do a very quick, thin coat of sponging, let it dry and then go over the nails again. But since sponging creates a very thin layer on the nail, drying time is minimal and completely not an issue.
Ga-De polish Green Sapphire.
You can find these gorgeous Chirality polishes in her BigCartel shop and in her Etsy shop. Katydid and Kale are from her first holographic polishes collection. Absolute Zero and Asymptote are from her new holographic collection. Make sure you follow her Facebook page, to get all the most recent information and updates.
And don't forget to join me tomorrow to see my final St. Patrick's Day manicure!