Hello there! Long time no talk to! Life got pretty busy there for a while (it still is) but I have so much to share with you so I am fitting time in between soccer practice drop off, before games and while I cook dinner. I don't think I've ever been so busy with the kids things so I need to find a way to manage the little time I have to do "me" things. So here I am putting in the effort to not ignore my blog anymore this month. I have 3 posts (maybe 4) to share with you today and the first is a fabulous trio of holos from Nail Hoot! The first collection I reviewed for Nail Hoot was the Beginning collection. Brandie took a few of those colors and Holo'd them! And viola, we have the Holo'd Trio! The Holo'd Trio is available now in both mini ($18.50) and full size ($25) bottles. You can also pick up any of the 3 individual colors for $9 each. So let's jump in and check them out!
Up first I have Numbers Holo'd, a lovely soft red-pink holo with a very slight shift to it. I see some orange in there in certain lighting. The formula and application were both really nice. I used 2 coats of Numbers Holo'd and in the bright sunlight you can see a very slight nail line, but in regular lighting it wasn't visible. I finished with a layer of topcoat.
Up next is Genesis Holo'd, a blue/teal linear holo with some flashes of purple. The flame in Genesis Holo'd is pretty dang gorgeous and make this my favorite of the trio! Another great formula and application here, 2 coats for full coverage and a layer of topcoat. The direct sunlight make my nail line a bit visible but in regular lighting it wasn't.
Rounding out the trio is Leviticus Holo'd, a rusty red holo with a touch of orange shift. You know I love this one too! Such a Jen color. The formula and application were both great and I had full coverage in 2 coats. As I'd mentioned with the last 2 polishes, the direct sunlight made my nail line visible but in regular lighting it wasn't noticeable. I finished with a layer of topcoat.
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