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Color: Deep rose / muted fuchsia holographic.
Finish: Holographic – pigment gives polish a rainbow in the sunshine.
Bottle / Brush: OPI bottle with the new wide brush – if you have small nail beds, this brush may be too large for you. The wide brush tends to cause the polish to flood your cuticles, so you have to be very careful when applying. Don't get too much polish on the brush when you're ready to apply it to the nail. The wand length and cap are both standard OPI, and has a pretty average application.
Opacity: Medium – achieves opacity at three to four coats.
Glitter Application: N/A
Consistency: Fluid – thin but flows easily from the brush.
Overall Ease of Application: Medium – applies well with minimal pooling, dragging, streaking, or balding. Spreads well without much manipulation.
Stampability: Not tested for stamping.
Dry Time: Medium – dry to the touch with minimal smudging in 3-8 minutes.
Sadly, the holographic DS's are long discontinued. I found mine at a local salon along with a few other DS's, and I grabbed them all as quickly as I could. I was actually surprised when the salon owner sold them to me, and threw in DS Glamour for FREE. I didn't tell him how much they were worth. That was my little secret. Heheheh. You can purchase their new DS's at salons, Ulta, and other places where OPI are sold.
What's your favorite pink holo?