Saturday, July 27, 2013

Born Pretty Holo Polish Swatch & Review

Hi everyone!  I'm so excited to show you the new Born Pretty Holo Polish collection!!






One is a sheer colorless linear holographic.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  This one is very sheer, and still showed a VNL after three coats - but I actually liked the look even with the VNL.  This one will make a great holo top coat!  The linear strength is really great as well!!
Shown is three coats of One.





Two is a medium pink linear holographic.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  This one is also a bit on the sheer side, but was easily built up. 
Shown is three coats of Two.





Three is a fuchsia linear holographic.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  The formula was a bit more opaque in this one, which was nice to work with.
Shown is three coats of Three.





Four is a coral linear holographic.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  This one was also much more opaque.  I absolutely adore this shade!  I have been hunting for a great coral holo, and now the search is over!!
Shown is three coats of Four.





Five is a burnt orange linear holographic.  The formula was thick, I'm talkin' triple thick milkshake thick, and difficult to apply.  I actually had a good bit of trouble getting the polish to drag all the way to the nail edge.  This shade is also much more of a creme base than the previous shades.  I was really looking forward to wearing this one, since this is definitely my first burnt orange holo.  I love the color, but the formula needs some work.
Shown is two coats of Five.





Six is a nude linear holographic, with a slight copper undertone.  The formula was smooth and easy to work with.  This one is a bit on the sheer side so I still had a very slight VNL in certain lighting.  I really like this one a lot!  I'm crazy about nude holos, and the touch of copper really gives it a little pop!
Shown is three coats of Six.





Seven is a faded moss green linear holographic.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  This shade was also fairly sheer, leaving a VNL after three coats.  This is another shade that would make a great holo top coat!
Shown is three coats of Seven.





Eight is a bright blue linear holographic.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  This shade is also much more opaque.  
Shown is three coats of Eight.





Nine is light purple linear holographic.  The formula was smooth and easy to work with.  This is another shade that is more on the opaque side.  I really love this shade!  It leans toward lilac, but still packs a bit of a punch!
Shown is three coats of Nine.





Ten is a bright blue linear holographic, with a teal undertone.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  As you can probably tell from the slight VNL, this one is a bit sheer.  This shade is also reallllllllllly close to Eight.  I honestly thought they were dead on dupes until I wore them both and noticed the hint of teal in this one.  So, if push came to shove, I wouldn't say that you'd definitely need both shades.
Shown is three coats of Ten.





Eleven is a deep purple linear holographic.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  I am such a sucker for a great purple holo like this!  It's simply gorgeous!!
Shown is two coats of Eleven.





Twelve is a deep green holographic, with a teal undertone.  The formula was smooth and easy to apply.  This was definitely another fast favorite.  It reminded me of Glitter Gal Lizard Belly, but this one is much brighter.
Shown is two coats of Twelve.


Overall I really like this collection a lot!  The linear strength is really great in all of them!  You can find this collection and tons of great nail art supplies from Born Pretty Store.

Also be sure to use the Nail Polish Wars coupon code for 10% off: DQL91  

Happy Painting!




*Product provided for the purpose of an honest review*

11 comments:

  1. Wow these are so gorgeous. I especially love Six!

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  3. These are some of the prettiest holos I have ever seen - and the prices are incredible! I am in love with #10, #11 and #12. Thanks to you, I just made my first Born Pretty Store purchase :-) Can't wait to get them!

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  4. One, Six, and Ten are my favorites!! Great swatches! :)

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  5. i just reviewed number 11, i HAVE to buy that number 12 now that I have seen you review! it's to die for. p.s. your pics of number 11 turned out so much better than mine

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  6. Hi! I reviewed the number 12, I really loved that polish!
    I like so much your blog, you're really pro ;)

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