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Today's post is about a gorgeous Kleancolor glitter. There's actually a funny story about this because I regarded it more as a blue but found out today that most people see it as purple. I guess it's a blurple so that makes everyone happy.
|Kleancolor Holo Chrome indoors, artificial light|
Holo Chrome is a fine blurple glitter with a few larger blue pieces mixed in. It's not that dense so you will need at least 3 coats to get it opaque. Even at 3 coats there was still some visible nail line in certain lights. You can use some underwear polish if you don't wanna do so many coats. My pictures show 3 coats without any underwear.
|Kleancolor Holo Chrome in the sun|
What made me sad about my pictures of this was the fact that I couldn't capture the holo effect properly. The picture above is slightly blurred and only shows part of the holo. For some reason it was much stronger under my bathroom light so I snapped a picture in there too. I don't usually do that but temptation was too strong.
I used a fast drying top coat over this because it doesn't dry very fast. It's also a top coat eater. It was still gritty after 2 coats of it so I would say a thicker one is in order if you wanna make it smooth. Luckily I'm not too obsessed with that.
I also did some stamping over it on the second day. I used stars again because I'm obsessed with them. The accent finger is stamped with QA18 and the rest with QA17. The stamping polish is China Glaze Liquid Leather. I really love how crisp the lines on the ring finger came out. I tried it with Kleancolor Metallic Black first and it was a mess.
These photos are in full sun so they show the holo a bit better. Removal is very hard on this one so the foil method is mandatory. I think I will try using it over a blue or purple next time. All in all I really love this polish and I think it's great value for money. What do you think? Do you see it more as a purple or as a blue?